This Is #HowWeFlocab! Share Your Favorite Learning Moments With Flocabulary

Share Your Favorite Learning Moments To Show #HowWeFlocab!

We want to share your stories—and put your classroom in the spotlight! Share a post of your students learning with Flocabulary using the hashtag #HowWeFlocab. We’ll feature our favorites on the Flocabulary blog!

Educators across the country and around the world use Flocabulary to engage students and help them achieve. And how educators and students use Flocabulary is quite different classroom to classroom. 

But no matter what, one thing that Flocabulary classrooms have in common is joy.

We know that seeing a Flocabulary classroom means believing in the power of music and rhyme to deeply engage students in the learning process. Check out these examples:

See what we mean? We could all use a little bit more joy in our days, right?

That’s why we want to see—and share—stories of how your class is loving to learn with Flocabulary. Post a photo or video of your favorite learning moments with Flocabulary on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #HowWeFlocab.

All through the month, we’ll retweet and repost your #HowWeFlocab moments to share inspiration from participating classrooms. Follow along to snag implementation ideas from across the Flocabulary community! And at the end of the month, we’ll share our favorite #HowWeFlocab posts right here on the blog.

We can’t wait to see how you Flocab!

Molly Cronin

Molly's love of education began when she landed her first job at age 17 as a preschool teacher's aide, where she changed countless diapers and led groups of toddlers in many a nursery rhyme. She studied communications, marketing, and education at Cornell University, where she wrote articles for university publications, co-hosted a radio show and led PR for a children's advocacy organization. After a stint in the crazy world of agency PR, she now blends her background in communications and her passion for education in her sales and partnership work at Flocabulary. When she's off Flocab duty, she can be found scouring food blogs and old cookbooks or traipsing around Alphabet City.

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