Darah has just started to get into Dora the Explorer. That means that we have just started to learn a few words in Spanish, which is a lot of fun.
But I know we can take this language exploration a bit further than what Dora can offer, and we can still do it in a really fun way.
That’s where Sing with Senor comes in (sorry, there should be a tilde over the n, but I can’t for the life of me figure out how to create it!). Sing with Senor is headed up by Felipe Canete, who taught Spanish to middle school students and found great success getting his students to learn Spanish by creating fun, original songs. He’s transferred this skill into the children’s music realm, and has just released a great album called Uno, Dos. The songs are all in Spanish, but they are at a speed just right for picking up and following along to!
Here’s one of my favorites from the album, Los Vocales!
If you would like to exposure your child to the Spanish language, this is a really fantastic way to do it!
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