¡Vamos a Cantar! - Songs to teach primary children Spanishby Colette Thomson, Len Brown
!Vamos a Cantar! book and CD set contains 20 easy-to-learn Spanish songs written specifically to help primary school children to learn Spanish. They are linked to some of the KS2 Programmes of Study for modern foreign languages but are also relevant for pupils in Years 7 and 8, especially those with special needs.
The songs introduce and reinforce key vocabulary, such as:
- Names and ages
- Time and days of the week
- Family and pets
- Food and drink
- Classroom items and instructions
- Weather, months and seasons
- Countries where Spanish is spoken
Whilst enjoying the songs children will broaden their vocabulary and hone their listening skills and pronunciation.
CD 1 contains all 20 songs sung by Spanish children. CD 2 contains instrumental tracks for the songs.
The songs in this book are designed for 7-13 year olds.
|Age Groups||11 -14 years, 7 - 11 years,|
|Author||Colette Thomson, Len Brown|
|Market restriction||There are no market restrictions for this book.|
|Released date||3 June 2011|
Learn this song - Buenos días (includes a translation and music score) (136.00 KB)
See how well you are doing by singing Buenos días to this music (2.76 MB)
This download is of native Spanish speakers singing the song to give you confidence to join in (Buenos días). (2.78 MB)
Here are the lyrics for a song called Dónde está Juanita (includes translation and music score) (660.43 KB)
This is the music for Dónde está Juanita (3.87 MB)
This is a recording of native Spanish speakers singing Dónde está Juanita. Why don't you join in? (3.90 MB)
Table showing which aspects of the Scottish ‘Curriculum for Excellence: Modern Languages – Experience and Outcomes’ are covered by ¡Vamos a Cantar! (542.05 KB)