Mi carita redondita is a song about the parts of the face.  It is sung to the tune of “Oh my darling, Clementine” and there are several versions.  You can search carita redondita on YouTube and hear lots of children singing this song.  Here is one great video with the lyrics and a translation below.  I have also included  links to a couple of other versions that I like, with the lyrics and a word-for-word translation for each.

Mi carita redondita,   (My round face)

tiene ojos y nariz,      (has eyes and a nose)

también tiene una boquita   (and it also has a mouth)

para llorar y reir.  (to cry and laugh)

Con mis ojos veo todo   (With my eyes I see everything)

y con mi nariz hago ¡atchis!   (and with my nose I go achoo)

y con mi boca como ricos heladitos de maní  (and with my mouth I eat delicious peanut ice cream).

This second version does not repeat the verb in the third line, and it uses cantar (to sing) instead of llorar (to cry). Also, you sing about eating popcorn instead of peanut ice cream.  Click to listen to this version of the song about the parts of the face in Spanish.

Mi carita redondita,  (My round face)

tiene ojos y nariz,  (has eyes and a nose)

y tambien una boquita   (and also a mouth)

para cantar y reir.  (to sing and laugh)

Con mis ojos veo todo  (With my eyes I see everything)

con mi nariz hago atchis!   (with my nose I go achoo)

con la boca como ricas palomitas de maiz  (with my mouth I eat delicious popcorn)

This last version again uses slightly different verbs – hablar (to talk), sonreir (to smile), and saborear (to savor, to enjoy).  Click here to listen to another version of the song about parts of the face in Spanish.

Mi carita redondita,  (My round face)

tiene ojos y nariz,  (has eyes and a nose)

y también una boquita   (and also a mouth)

para hablar y sonreir  (to talk and laugh)

Con mis ojos veo todo,  (With my eyes I see everything)

con mi nariz hago atchis!   (with my nose I go achoo!)

con mi boca saboreo mis palomas de maíz.  (with my mouth I enjoy delicious popcorn)

Poems about Body Parts in Spanish
Kids learn parts of the body in Spanish with online activities