Learning should be pertinent, enjoyable, and memorable. Our brains are selective, tending to remember information that forms a memorable pattern. Many of us have learned to use strategies throughout our day to remember the variety of facts and ideas we need to retain. Strategies are key to helping us organize information into patterns that make meaning stick and learning more meaningful. Incorporating novelty such as humor, movement, drama, or music into learning attracts our attention and is one strategy for strengthening memory and learning. By blending clear, simple lyrics with catchy melodies, math can be transformed into an engaging challenge as students sing their way to learning mathematical rules and their application.