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Learn vocabulary from your favorite music!

Fundamentals
College Prep
Young CEO

Fundamentals Playlist

Our Fundamentals playlist works best for students who are in upper elementary school or early middle school and want to improve their vocabulary and English language skills.
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Artist/Song
Vocab word
Quavo
Biggest Alley Oop

influential

Camila Cabello
Real Friends

naive

Eminem
Yellow Brick Road

notorious

Bryson Tiller
Before You Judge

portray

The Game
100

skim

College Prep Playlist

Our College Prep playlist works best for high school students who are looking to bolster vocabulary and skills related to the reading section on college entrance exams.
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Artist/Song
Vocab word
Ella Mai
Shot Clock

adamant

Ariana Grande
Just Like Magic

aesthetic

NLE Choppa
Bryson

affirmation

Run the Jewels
Walking in the Snow

apathy

French Montana
Twisted

appease

Young CEO Playlist

Our Young CEO playlist works best for students in middle or high school who are looking for an exciting introduction to key terms and concepts related to entrepreneurship and business.
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Artist/Song
Vocab word
Saweetie
Icy Girl

expense

21 Savage
Monster

salary

J. Cole
1985

revenue

Jhene Aiko
Nobody

minimum wage

Lil Baby
Hook Up

savings

What We Do

Help students boost reading skills and learn important English words by showcasing their existence in widely known music lyrics.
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Placement

Placement & Playlists

Learn from the playlist that fits YOUR study needs!
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Learn & Practice

Learn words via your favorite songs with the help of skill-building mini games.
Achievements

Achievement

As you improve your skills, unlock badges and awards.

What Our Community Is Saying

Rhymes with Reason takes me to a song that I like or an artist that's really popular and it gives me the context and I figured out how to develop those skills.

Channing Radcliffe
CCIE
Student
Students in Hampton City Schools have seen growth in their reading lexile level and writing ability through using this program in our tier II intervention/enrichment program.

Kelli Cedo, PhD
Hampton City Schools
K-12 ELA Curriculum Lead
We [Social Works] believe in [Rhymes with Reason]. Let's continue to bend the lines of what 'cultural curriculum' is, what that relevance looks like, and not be afraid to...really invest in our students.

Justin Cunningham
(Chance the Rapper's nonprofit)
Co-Founder of Social Works

Press Release

Rhymes with Reason Teams Up with the Detroit Pistons to Reward Students for Educational Excellence

San Diego, CA, (March 29, 2022) — Rhymes with Reason, an Educational Technology company that aims to democratize English language literacy through music, is proudly launching an initiative with the Detroit Pistons and SAY Detroit that started in January 2022, and allows Detroit area students (who attend SAY Detroit) to cash in learning badges earned […]
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Boys & Girls Clubs of America Partners with Rhymes with Reason to Bring Literacy to Life for Students through Music and Lyrics

San Diego, CA, (February 15, 2022) — Rhymes with Reason, an Educational Technology company that helps students learn literacy through music is pleased to announce that they are formally partnering with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to provide their groundbreaking vocabulary program to its MyFuture.net users in Spring 2022.
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Rhymes with Reason does not use, or reference any explicit or suggestive content in the lyrics featured across the program. Our content is most age-appropriate for students in middle school and older. Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind, Music Licensed by BMI, ASCAP & SESAC.
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