Schoolhouse Rock! (TV Series 1973–2009)
|1||My Hero, Zero (20 Jan. 1973) |
When it comes to multiplications, zero is a real hero. It will always be an important number to the world.
|2||Elementary, My Dear (27 Jan. 1973) |
Noah helps his son learn to multiply by "twos".
|3||Three Is a Magic Number (6 Jan. 1973) |
A Magician digs deep into his top hat that proves there's a magic number.
|4||The Four-Legged Zoo (10 Feb. 1973) |
A field trip to a zoo full of quadrupeds lets a group of students practice the 4 times table.
|5||Ready or Not, Here I Come (17 Feb. 1973) |
A game of hide-and-seek shows how easy it is to multiply by fives.
|6||I Got Six (24 Feb. 1973) |
A boy's day in the city and out, overlapping with others' exploits, run through the 6 times table.
|7||Lucky Seven Sampson (3 Mar. 1973) |
A carefree rabbit is good luck for students when his romp through a store shows them how to multiply by seven.
|8||Figure Eight (10 Mar. 1973) |
At school, a girl daydreams the 8 times multiplication table in the context of a skating pond.
|9||Naughty Number Nine (17 Mar. 1973) |
An educational cat and mouse game that unfolds on AQ slapstick pool table.
|10||The Good Eleven (24 Mar. 1973) |
A look at one of the easiest numbers to multiply with.
|11||Little Twelvetoes (31 Mar. 1973) |
A six-fingered and -toed alien opens the question for a farm boy whether their condition would make multiplying by twelve as natural as by ten.