Spanish for Kids

Dum dum dada song adapted for Spanish learners.

Dum Dum Dada is a song with clapping and hand motions. Kids often play this group clapping game at camp. To sing the song, everyone has to coordinate their actions. Dum Dum Dada in Spanish The clapping game guarantees essential repetition that is hard to achieve with other activities. Kinesthetic learners love this activity. The movement enhances learning for all…

Printable poster of qualities parents need if they are raising bilingual kids.

Raising bilingual kids is a complex, challenging undertaking. Of course, if there is one thing being a parent teaches you, it is that you can do more than you ever thought possible. You can go on less sleep, remember more details and be more patient than you had ever imagined. And, ff you are raising bilingual kids, you do it…

Fun bilingual songs by Mister G get kids singing and dancing in Spanish.

Are you ready to sing, dance and learn some Spanish? Mister G has just released a new CD, Los animales. This collection of bilingual songs is an excellent choice for kids learning Spanish. You can learn more about Mister G and purchase the CD on the Mister G web site. Highlights of Los animales by Mister G The songs are…

Learning songs to teach the days of the week in Spanish

The new school year is just around the corner. I teach the days of the week in Spanish early in the year. Then I can use the vocabulary to talk about our schedule as the year goes along. A song can be an excellent way to introduce or review these important words. Here are a few songs to teach the…

Rainforest activities for children learning Spanish teach language, culture and geography.

There are tropical forests in many Spanish-speaking countries. As kids learn about the rainforest, they explore geography and culture, as well as learn language. These rainforest activities are part of the Easy Spanish-Easy Yoga series. You can find more information about the series at the end of the post. Rainforest Activities for Spanish Learners Spanish Rainforest Unit Mis Cositas has…

Use this Spanish lullaby for imaginative play with language learners.

The calming melodies and rhythms of lullabies, or canciones de cuna, help babies fall asleep and provide early exposure to language. Older Spanish learners can also benefit from lullabies. They can sing to little sisters and brothers and use lullabies as a part of their imaginative play. Duérmete mi niño is probably the best-known Spanish lullaby. Spanish Lullaby for Imaginative…