Spanish fall songs for kids are a perfect way to make language relevant and learn important vocabulary related to the season. These are some of our favorite songs about fall in Spanish.
Check out more of our favorite Spanish songs for kids grouped by theme.
Spanish Fall Songs from Spanish Together
Hojas, hojas is a simple song that teaches the verb caerse and color words in Spanish. It is by Spanish Together and is available on their Jump into Spanish CD.
The lyrics are simple: Hojas, hojas, las hojas se caen del árbol (Leaves, leaves, leaves fall from the tree), and then the colors. Kids learn this song quickly and love to act out leaves falling from the tree with their hands. With cards (cut as leaves if you are ambitious) kids can touch or hold up each color as they sing.
In Wisconsin, fall means trips to the apple orchard and lots of apple pie. ¿Cuántas manzanas hay? is a counting song. It is fun to sing and count real apples! It is one of our favorite Spanish fall songs for kids.
Cinco calabazas teaches emotions in Spanish: tired, scared, angry, frustrated, surprised and happy. Pumpkins are a big part of fall here in Wisconisn, so I always include this song in my Spanish fall songs for kids.
Yo soy un pavo is another great Spanish fall song for kids. It teaches key parts of a bird and also “Día de gracias.” Fun for Spanish Teachers has cute activities for this song on her Teachers Pay Teachers page.
Traditional Spanish Fall Songs
Otoño llego marrón y amarillo is classic Spanish children’s song for fall, with many variations. All the versions include the colors brown and yellow, the leaves, and most versions include the wind. There are lots of ways to reinforce the words with actions.
You can read about (and listen to) other versions of Otoño llegó marrón y amarillo here.
This is the version of the song I use. It has just two lines, perfect for little Spanish learners.
Otoño llegó, marrón y amarillo.
Otoño llegó y hojas secas nos dejó.
Spanish Fall Song from Rockalingua
Rockalingua also has a good Spanish learning song for fall. Like all Rockalingua songs, you can listen to the song on their website and there are free illustrated lyric sheets to download. Just click on the link above or the image!
Do you have favorite Spanish fall songs for kids? Please share below in comments!