Join over 50,000 students who have sung this fun sing-along to learn the key words of the Declaration of Independence.

“When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth…  We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator, With certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”

What Teachers are Saying

“My 1st grade students loved to sing along — especially the chorus.  We sang it in class everyday [during Celebrate Freedom Week]. The students really learned the words!” — Judy Stone, Eastside Elementary, Brooksville, FL

My 2nd grade students really enjoy learning with music.” — Glenda Roach, Harrisburg Elementary School, Harrisburg, Arkansas

“The students enjoyed singing it during Celebrate Freedom Week and it reinforced their assignment of memorizing the Preamble to the Declaration.” — Kathy Lubby, 5th Grade, North Ridge Elementary, N. Richland Hills, TX

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The Declaration of Independence Song

The original, fun sing-along that teaches students the first 250 words of The Declaration of Independence, including the chorus from ‘The Declaration Sing-Along.’

About four minutes in length.

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Declaration of Independence Song / MP3 Audio File:   $1.29

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The Declaration Sing-Along

A fun, short version of ‘The Declaration of Independence Song’ helps younger students learn the 58 words most often recited by students during Celebrate Freedom Week.

Popular with K through 4th grades! About a minute and a half in length.

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The Declaration Sing-Along / MP3 Audio File:  $1.29

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When our 4th grade daughter, Steffy, brought home a homework assignment to memorize the first 250 words of The Declaration of Independence, she tried the usual ‘memory’ techniques without success.  Our family decided that there had to be a better way.

 Our family wrote a ‘sing-along’ that helped Steffy learn faster and have time to learn what the words really mean!   Steffy and I recorded the ‘Declaration of Independence Song’ when Steffy was 11 years old. We later added a shorter version, ‘The Declaration Sing-Along’ for younger students to help them learn during Celebrate Freedom Week.

Since 2001, over 50,000 students all across America have sung The Declaration of Independence Song and Declaration Sing-Along to learn the opening words of the Declaration of Independence.


Jack Boyd