Halloween Song: Cinco Calabazas

Saturday, September 25, 2010


This song  is perfect to review feelings and emotions. I love teaching it to my second graders.
I cut out five paper pumpkins so the children can show their faces (see picture above). They each pick a feeling in the song, while the rest of the class chants/sings the song. Each child has to show the face that matches the feeling they picked. They love doing it over and over again and have a lot of fun seeing their friends' facial expressions.



Cinco calabazas sentadas en su casa,
una calabaza se siente muy cansada.

Cuatro calabazas sentadas en su casa,
una calabaza se siente asustada.

Tres calabazas sentadas en su casa,
una calabaza se siente enojada.

Dos calabazas sentadas en su casa,
una calabaza se siente muy frustrada.

Una calabaza sentada en su casa,
una calabaza se siente sorprendida.

Cinco calabazas sentadas en su casa,
y cuando sale el sol se sienten muy felices.



Author: 1-2-3 Spanish Together™ ©2009

Have fun singing in Spanish!

Carolina

Los números - Numbers

Monday, September 13, 2010


Activities:

· 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 www.funforSpanishTeachers.com

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