Math teacher sings lessons to tune of her students’ favorite Disney songs

Teachers have found all kinds of ways to get creative and stay connected with their students during non-traditional learning. Kirsten Buck is a sixth grade math teacher with Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville, Kentucky.She is changing the lyrics of several Disney songs like, “Into the Unknown” from Frozen II to teach her math lessons. “I did ‘Beauty and the Beast’ and made it about inequalities. ‘I was like, oh inequalities is the same number of syllables,'” Buck said. “So, I just count the number of syllables, and hopefully if I can make something that’s catchy, they’ll get those lyrics stuck in their head and use those to figure things out.”Buck said her students are familiar with the songs and often ask for her to sing them again. Watch the video above to check out some of her singing virtual lessons.

Teachers have found all kinds of ways to get creative and stay connected with their students during non-traditional learning.

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Kirsten Buck is a sixth grade math teacher with Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville, Kentucky.

She is changing the lyrics of several Disney songs like, “Into the Unknown” from Frozen II to teach her math lessons.

“I did ‘Beauty and the Beast’ and made it about inequalities. ‘I was like, oh inequalities is the same number of syllables,'” Buck said. “So, I just count the number of syllables, and hopefully if I can make something that’s catchy, they’ll get those lyrics stuck in their head and use those to figure things out.”

Buck said her students are familiar with the songs and often ask for her to sing them again.

Watch the video above to check out some of her singing virtual lessons.