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It is easier to learn some lyrics that have rhythm and sound, than a lesson for school. Young kids listen a song every day, instead if they learn a lesson once they forget it very fast.
on December 17, 2011
It's easier to remember words when there's also a melody. (It works the other way around, too.) It has something to do with the memories reinforcing themselves in the brain, but I'm not sure of the details.
on December 26, 2011
It's easier to remember things in a melody. That's why I sing all the important stuff I hear!
on December 23, 2015
Because songs get stuck in your head easily because normally, every part rhymes. So if you`re like what comes next? when you`re listening to a song you KNOW it normally rhymes so it makes it a lot easier
on July 30, 2015
on May 01, 2014
Its because of our mind set, isn't it? We like the songs that we do, therefore we memorize them. We think of the periodic table as boring, so our minds automatically try to disregard the data. This is my take on your question. It might be true, it might not.
on November 09, 2013
Well I think that you remember the lyrics to songs because you hear it over and over in your head, and when the song gets stuck in your head, you sing it over and over, then you now the lyrics! The periodic table is not as easy because its science. -_- And it is not a song, so if you form it into a song, and sing it alot, and get it stuck in your head, you will be able to remember it easily!
on July 28, 2013
Turn all the facts into a song and instead of 'Niki Minaj' etc. listen to yourself singing it
on May 07, 2013
With songs, you hear them over and over and you memorize them without trying. Alsol you sing along to the songs which is kinda like muscle memory. And they like it. People think the periodic table and stuff is boring.
on March 23, 2013
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on October 15, 2012
on May 10, 2012