Monday, June 3, 2013

Bilingual Songs For Your Classroom {Review & Giveaway}

There is nothing like learning a language with good music that inspires not only children but also grown ups. This is what I feel when I listen to the "Here from There" music CD, that the songs are suitable for any age.

This CD is filled with 10  songs that would enrich just about any curriculum and can bring joy to any home. Some of the songs are in English, some are in Spanish, and some are bilingual.

Nathalia is completely bilingual -- a major plus when looking for songs to teach a language to children. She also brings alive many rhythms from Colombia, especially from the coast. One of my favorite songs is called "Mi Carrito" (My Little Car) which literally will make you feel that you are in El Carnaval de Barranquilla, and you will feel transported straight to the festivities.

Nathalia is orginally from Colombia and is an experienced musician who graduated from Boston's Berklee College of Music. Her CD clearly reflects her love for music and children. You can learn more about Nathalia on her website "More Than Música" and stay connected with her on Facebook.

Want This Awesome Music CD? A lucky reader will get to have this music CD and bring the party and learning home.The winner will be announced on my blog on June 7th, 2013.
*USA& Canada only!
Entere Here!

¡Buena Suerte!
Carolina
Fun For Spanish Teachers

*This music CD was sent to me by More Than Música to be reviewed. This represents my opinion about the product. 

10 comments:

  1. I teach 2 and 3 grade Spanish Immersion. Would love to win the CD

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  2. I teach my own children (grades preschool,1, 3 and 4)

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  3. I teach K-4th, this sounds amazing, my kids love music and I'm sure they would love this cd

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  4. I teach K-12 Spanish and my students LOVE music!

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  5. I teach pre k-first right now but I have used young kids songs in my high school classes too and they were always a hit!

    Teaching Español

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  6. I teach PK-6th grade Spanish. We sing a lot in my classes!! :)

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  7. I teach K-5th Spanish and music is my primary tool!! What an AWESOME opportunity! Gracias :)

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  8. Music is such a part of my teaching in the classroom.
    It brings the classroom alive!

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  9. I'm teaching Spanish to my two wonderful children. Thanks for this opportunity!

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