Giveaway: A Download of “Más Canciones en Español” !!!

I am very excited to share that I am hosting a new giveaway! This time is a download of the album “Más Canciones en Español” by Sara Quintanar from Music with Sarah
Some of  my lucky “likers” will get this awesome music to play at home or in their classrooms. 

This is how it works:
1. Go to my Facebook page and like my post about this giveaway. This will let me know that you are participating.
2. Go to Sara’s Facebook page and show your love and support to her awesome work by  liking her page. Follow this LINK!
3. Wait until May 11th for the winners to announced on my Facebook  page.
4. You will have only 24 hours to contact me to grab your prize!
5. Enjoy Sara’s most recent work! A lovely song and VIDEO  “Mamá te quiero mucho at SPANGLISHBABY!


Teacher Appreciation Week Sale!

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! What a great opportunity to celebrate along with you hosting a big sale on my website! Only this week, buy two of my CD’s for $12 plus shipping! Hurry up! Sale ends on Friday, May 11, 2012!
Visit my this HERE!

This sale is filled of more fun song for Spanish class!

A song to teach names of fruits in Spanish

¿Cuántas manzanas hay?
Vamos a contar cuántas manzanas hay,
vamos a contar cuántas manzanas hay.
¿Cuántas manzanas hay?
Uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete, ocho, nueve, diez.
¡Diez manzanas!

Learn other names of fruits in Spanish and replace the word manzanas for another fruit.

banana – banano
 pineapple – piña
avocado -aguacate
pear – pera
strawberry – fresa

This site has more names of fruits in Spanish and you can listen to the pronuciation! How awesome! 

1-2-3 Teach Me

For fun music to teach Spanish visit

Los números – Numbers


· Place objects in a box and have the children count.

·Place numbers from 1 to 5 or 1 to 10 on the floor and have the children organize them.

· Make a line of numbers on the floor and give turns to the children to jump next to the number you call.

· Use a flyswatter and invite a child to find a number and point at it with the flyswatter.

· Use a numbered dice and have the children count the dots on the dice.

For more fun music and ideas visit