10 HALLOWEEN SONGS IN SPANISH

10 HALLOWEEN SONGS IN SPANISH

These are some of the newest Halloween songs on YouTube. I love how every year there are new ones to keep the list growing. These songs are easy to understand, and I am sure your students will love them!

Happy singing with your students!

FOUR FALL SONGS IN SPANISH

FOUR FALL SONGS IN SPANISH

I put all songs for these season in one post to make everything easier if you decide to use them in your classes with your students.

Click here to find free  resources to teach the song “Hojas, hojas”!

Resources for teaching “Cinco calabazas” ara available on Teachers Pay Teachers.

Resources for teaching “Yo soy un pavo” are available on Teachers Pay Teachers.

Click here to find free  resources to teach the song “¿Cuántas manzanas hay?”!

Enjoy!

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SONG FOR COUNTING FROM 1 TO 10

SONG FOR COUNTING FROM 1 TO 10

I am excited that I have been able to create better videos for my songs. Here is one I really like not only because it’s simple but for some reason I love the rhythm. This song also brings back beautiful memories of when I used to teach Spanish classes to families through music and movement in my own program called 1-2-3 Spanish Together. I really miss those days!

Make sure to download this freebie with all the props to start teaching this song to your preschool or kinder students.

¡Feliz otoño!

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SONG TO WELCOME THE FALL IN SPANISH

SONG TO WELCOME THE FALL IN SPANISH

I have never been a fan of snow, that’s probably one of the reasons why I moved from Boston to Austin. But one of the things I most miss about New England is the beautiful fall foliage and the crisp feeling of the air, even if it means snow is around the corner. I used to love teaching this song to my students because of the connection to the time of year. Fall means a lot of exciting things: pumpkin patches, apple picking, apple pie, pumpkin pie, Halloween tricks and treats, and so on!

I don’t get to teach this song with the same excitement anymore because nothing changes as dramatically down here in Austin (I’ve heard it said that there are three seasons here: summer 1, summer 2, and winter), but I can still share my love for the fall with you through this song and resources.

I still remember when I wrote this song during a cold winter in Boston when I was thinking back to this beautiful season. I am lucky that a group of friends and musicians in Colombia recorded many of my songs that you can find on Teachers Pay Teachers, Amazon, CD Baby, and iTunes.

Through this song,  your students will explore the colors of the fall season. You and your students can imitate the sound of the wind and the freshness of the fall to introduce this activity. Use pictures of different seasons and ask the class “¿es verano?”, “¿es primavera?” and so on. Give time for answers and go through every
season until you get to “otoño.” Introduce the word “hojas,” and sing part of the song. Have your students explore different colors and help to name them. I sometimes like to use a play parachute*** and fake fall leaves*** while singing the song. It gets noisy, but it’s a lot of fun and a great way to get your students moving. This song works best with preschool-aged children. Click HERE to download free props to use this song in your classes!

¡Feliz otoño!

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9 CATCHY SONGS FOR ELEMENTARY SPANISH

9 CATCHY SONGS FOR ELEMENTARY SPANISH

If you are looking for fun and catchy songs to teach your elementary students, here are nine! I wrote these songs with my students in mind and related to what was happening in my classes at that time. Some of the songs have traditional rhythms from Colombia and were sung by native speakers. The songs are short and the tunes are catchy. You will find yourself singing some of these songs at random times!

Find these and other songs on iTunes and CD Baby!

Hola, hola
Los días de la semana
El cóndor de los Andes
Baila la cumbia
Las palabras mágicas
El conejito blanco
Yo cuento de diez en diez
Cinco calabazas
Yo soy un pavo

Have fun singing and dancing!

Ready to pin!

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TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS SONG: EL BURRITO SABANERO

TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS SONG: EL BURRITO SABANERO

El Burrito Sabanero is one of the most well known villancicos (Christmas songs) in Latin America. Listening to this song brings back memories of my navidades in Colombia with many of my childhood friends as we gathered around the Nativity scene praying and reciting Las Novenas de Aguinaldo. Although I always thought this song was Colombian, I learned that it was written by a Venezuelan composer named Hugo Blanco. The song was first recorded in 1972 with the voices of the chorus “La Rondalla.” Nowadays you can find many versions of the song. Here are a few versions. Which one is your favorite?

Download this printable to make props to use while singing the song. Have fun!

¡Tuki tuki tukituki,  tuki tuki tukita!