Monday, April 28, 2008

Let's Subtract

These are drills to help you learn how to subtract, but I think the makers of this album took the word "drill" way too seriously. This teaches subtraction tables with a lady singing over the same four bars of music over and over and OVER except for a small bit at the beginning and the end of each side. I see this being used less for learning subtraction and more for torturing roommates or coercing information from enemy spies. I will not be held responsible as to how you use it!

Here's the track list (such as it is):
  1. Instruction and Participation: Ones
  2. Twos
  3. Threes
  4. Fours
  5. Fives
  6. Sixes
  7. Sevens
  8. Eights
  9. Nines
  10. Practice and Testing: Ones
  11. Twos
  12. Threes
  13. Fours
  14. Fives
  15. Sixes
  16. Sevens
  17. Eights
  18. Nines
Click here or here to download!


Anonymous said...

They were laughing about this blog in the forum I'm a member of, and I thought they were kidding.

Grown men actually listening to real kiddie records? This is one weird fetish, dudes.

Do you wear jammies while you listen and drink cookies and milk? Call up Jerry Springer, and get booked!

Anonymous said...

Hi Anon --

Brave of you to leave a name...

there's nothing wrong with re-living some memories .. even though we all know that you are just too cool.

Well, think of it this way; we're rubber and you're glue, and everything you say bounces off us and sticks to you ...


Anonymous said...

Just wondering, Anon; how, exactly, does one "drink cookies"?
Maybe you should listen to a few educational records.

GoFSU said...

Nah, they'd be too hard for him. Even the ones meant for preschoolers. And watching Jerry Springer is WAY more dorky and stupid than listening to these albums for nostalgia.