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Schoolhouse Rock, Vol. 1

Schoolhouse Rock, Vol. 1

Schoolhouse Rock

  • Genre: Kids & Family
  • Release Date: 2006-02-14
  • Episodes: 11
  • iTunes Price: USD 10.89
From 27 Ratings


Now you can function in "Conjunction Junction!" Play "Figure Eight" while you skate! ABC's EMMY® Award winning Schoolhouse Rock has been America's favorite toe-tapping tutor for more than thirty years. From "Three is a Magic Number" to "I'm Just a Bill" and "Lolly, Lolly," you can bring along a singalong of topical tunes that still keep popping into the heads of devoted Schoolhouse Rock fans.


Title Time Price
1 The Shot Heard 'Round the World 03:04 USD 0.99 Buy on iTunes
2 A Noun Is a Person, Place or Thing 03:04 USD 0.99 Buy on iTunes
3 Interplanet Janet 03:03 USD 0.99 Buy on iTunes
4 Three Is a Magic Number 03:04 USD 0.99 Buy on iTunes
5 The Preamble 03:03 USD 0.99 Buy on iTunes
6 Interjections 03:03 USD 0.99 Buy on iTunes
7 Electricity, Electricity 03:03 USD 0.99 Buy on iTunes
8 Lolly, Lolly, Lolly Get Your Adverbs Her 03:05 USD 0.99 Buy on iTunes
9 I'm Just a Bill 03:02 USD 0.99 Buy on iTunes
10 Conjunction Junction 03:03 USD 0.99 Buy on iTunes
11 Verb: That's What's Happening 03:04 USD 0.99 Buy on iTunes



  • No sensible order of episodes

    By givetoandy
    To openly oppose some reviewers, my kids are now 6 and 8 and have loved these videos for a few years. I have the Special 30th Anniversary Edition DVD set that includes 46 episodes. ThisDVD set has all of these episodes actually placed in a very logical order. The original episodes from the 70s are grouped into logical series called Grammar Rock, Multiplication Rock, America Rock, and Science Rock. There is also an additional group of episodes from the 90s called Money Rock. Now in digital format on iTunes, there are now 3 volumes sold BUT there is no logical learning order. You cannot show your kids Multiplication Rock (which my kids still love) starting with the number 0, then 2, then 3, then 4, etc. like they can watch on the DVD. Nor can they sit down and watch all the grammar episodes together. To me this does make sense, EXCEPT possibly from a seller’s view of mashing them all together to get nostalgic buyers to purchase all three volumes to get their favorites that have been strategically dispersed among the volumes. As much as I love these videos, I will have to stick with my original DVD set. The slogan to Schoolhouse Rock has always been “Knowledge is Power”. Learning is easier, and lessons are more powerful when the knowledge is grouped together.
  • People, really

    By grummett
    $0.99 cents per episode is a good deal. Great shows. But why leave a “that is to expensive” on TV shows or song album on the store. I can understand complaints about you can only rent a movie or you have to buy the whole album (I have done it) but really if your going to EVERY SINGLE ONE just to complain about prices... you got to learn one thing. JUST DON’T GET IT!!! No need to leave complaining all because you have never liked it on TV. I don’t feel any sympathy that is too expensive for you just Because you can’t expect prices to be always cheap for you cheapskates for TV shows and music.
  • What happened to the number 4

    By MJNLA
    Four legged zoo was my favorite
  • Education in awesomeness

    By 16 HORSES
    Hey this couldn't have been more memorable when it comes to music and education all at once. We need stuff like this now considering the fact that education is needed at a time when kids are not going to school as often.
  • Bill

    By hunnyb33_
    I'm just a bill! We watched that and the preamble last year in 5th grade my teacher is and oldie!
  • Yes

    By Haddon Allen
    I grew up with these. We still have the cd...
  • Good by Incomplete

    By Philly Hip Hop Fan
    Those ef us who grew up in the 70's quickly notice thatThe Four Legged Zoo and I've Got Six are missing. Then need to be added to the available downloads. Also it would have been better if the volumes were broken up as the packages were originally introduced i.e. Multiplication Rock, Grammar Rock, America Rock, etc. The School House Rock Name came later. My 2.5 year old son loves Three Is a Magic Number and Interjections. I myself learned the Preamble to the Constitution watching on Saturday mornings and had it memorized by 4th grade.
  • BILL!

    By Sonicgrli
    I'm just a bill is good... WHY ISN'T THE FOLK IMPOSION FOR DOWNLOAD???
  • Great educational video!

    By Chloe:):):)
    When I was younger, I remember watching the video and really enjoyed it! It was very fun way to learn!
  • Great for Homeschoolers

    By KB3POA
    We homeschool our son (April 2010) and he loves watching these when he gets done his work early. He has even started singing along with his favorites. I do think the price is a little high for how short the episodes are.