ERIC Number: ED225741
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1982-Aug-15
Reference Count: N/A
Salta a Cantar (Jump Up to Sing). Children's Songs in Spanish.
Since most children like to sing, singing Spanish songs is a learning experience that will be remembered. For Spanish speaking children, singing Spanish songs will build their self esteem and create a more comfortable environment. Children who do not speak Spanish will obtain a good feeling for the beauty of the language and will enjoy learning some Spanish words. This booklet provides the words and musical scores to the following 34 Spanish songs, many of which are traditional folksongs from various countries: Las Estaciones; Esta Lloviendo; El mes de Abril; Ay, Que Lindo Dia; Good Morning, Mi Amor; Mira Que Bella; En mi Corazon; Echen Confites; Ninas Bonitas; Don Juan; A la Derecha; Tengo Cinco Canicas; Uno Dos y Tres; A-B-C-Ch; La Muneca; Pin Pon; Vengan a Ver Mi Rancho; Patito, Patito; Quiquiriqui; Mi Gallo; El Perro Dice; Elena la Ballena; Maria Isabel; Los Pollitos Dicen; Al Galope; La Feria de San Juan; La Rana; El Carro Ford; La Llorona; A la Nanita; Vidalita; Las Mananitas; Alegria; and Los Pastores a Belen. (NQA)
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Oregon Migrant Education Service Center, Salem.