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"As your body grows bigger, your mind must flower,
it's great to learn, 'cause knowledge is power."
Join Schoolhouse Rocky as he takes you and your friends down to the Conjunction Junction Diner, where the special of the day is America Rock and Grammar Rock. Learning about American History and the Government and the rules of grammar are easy when you sing along with Schoolhouse Rock. Rocky serves up your favorite videos from the jukebox, including:
Side One: America Rock (CLV)
No More Kings The Founding of America
Fireworks The Declaration of Independence
The Shot Heard 'Round the World The Start of the Revolution
The Preamble The Constitution
Elbow Room The Pioneers Opening the West
The Great American Melting Pot The Ethnic Diversity of America
Mother Necessity Great American Inventors
Sufferin' Till Suffrage Women's Right to Vote
I'm Just a Bill How a Bill becomes a Law
Three-Ring Government The Judicial, Legislative and Executive Branches
Side Two: Grammar Rock (CAV)
Unpack Your Adjectives How adjectives modify nouns.
Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, Get Your Adverbs Here Adverbs answer these questions: How? Where? When? Condition? Reason?
Conjunction Junction How conjunctions hook up words and phrases and clauses!
Interjections! Handy interjections like, "Yow!", "Ouch!" and "Hey!"
Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla Using pronouns, because "saying all those nouns, can really wear you down."
Verb: That's What's Happening A verb tells it like it is, to be, to see, to feel, to live.
A Noun is a Person, Place or Thing "A noun's a special kind of word, it's any name you ever heard."
Busy Prepositions Fly over the rainbow with the "Busy P's".
The Tale of Mr. Morton "Mr. Morton is the subject of the sentence and what the predicate says he does."
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