"El Día de San Valentin" will be here soon! This is a short set of flashcards to review numbers (count all the hears in the book), sizes and learn a few phrases related to this celebration. It also contains a memory game and a dice with simple sentences.
In a recent summer trip to Colombia, I had the opportunity to meet Freddy Morales, an early childhood educator who teaches music and movement classes to young children.
I had the opportunity to experience a class myself as a parent with my daughter who at that time was three years old. As a teacher of young children myself, I was impressed with how talented Freddy was in his ability to make connections with the children. Since I had a wonderful experience in his classes, I later discovered that he was teaching music and movement classes for babies at a learning center called Tralalá and happily enrolled my second child in a class just for babies! This time I learned that Freddy had his own music CD's, and the main focus was to teach “music and movement” through multiple intelligences. My baby not only had a fun and educational time in his classes, but he also get to benefit from his music CD at home, where he dances to it in his high chair on a daily basis!
Freddy's CD, “Mi Clase de Música"has 13 tracks, and each track is geared toward exploring one or more intelligences. This music CD also has a lot of repetition, something that is very important for young children. It includes some Colombian rhythms and is full of a lot of fun. I have used some of the songs with my own students and they enjoy this production a lot. This music CD has been recorded in Colombia and is only in Spanish, a plus if you are looking for authentic materials to bring to your classes or use at home with your children.
We would like one of our Facebook “likers” to be the first one to get a copy. We will be giving away the “Mi Clase de Música" CD so you can sing our songs in your classroom with your students or at home with your child.
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Giveaway ends on January 31st, 2012 10:00 pm Eastern time
Only one entry per person. No anonymous entries are permitted. The winner will be chosen randomly. We will announce the winner on February 1, 2012. Entries submitted after 10:00 pm Eastern time are not valid. We will give the winner 48 hours to claim their prize. United States & Canada ONLY!
We have been learning about "Las partes del cuerpo" in my classes. We read "Fuera de aquí, horrible monstruo verde!" by Ed Emberly.
Then I decided to create a very "fruitful" version. This is the result! Feel free to print and use with your students!
•Introduce the song by asking the children to show their hands, then say “muestrame una mano” and then tell them “muestrame dos manos”.Continue doing the same with every single body part in the song. Then ask them to do “una mano arriba, una mano abajo. Dos manos arriba, dos manos abajo”.