Even if you're too young to know what School House Rock was, you've probably experienced the wonders adding a tune can do to memorizing school material. Or maybe you've tried a clever mnemonic or two.
Regardless, you probably haven't experienced that this adorably. At least, we hadn't, until now.
After listening to this a few times, here's what we think they're saying (it's kind of hard to tell because they're so cute.)
"Matter, matter, exactly what, it's a liquid or a solid or a gas in the air.
it's the milk we drink, the rain that falls, the food we eat and the basketball
if we can tear it, break it, or make it crack, then it must be a solid and that's a fact
if we can drink it or pour or change its shape, then it must be a liquid that evaporates
if we can't eat it, or touch it, or can't be poured, it must be a gas and nothing more
matter matter, exactly what, it's a liquid or a solid or a gas in the air."
Did we get it right? Let us know what you think! Also, take a look at Patch's post.