Just returned from holidaying in Barcelona and PortaVentura. Our children went to a mini disco and heared some spanish childrens party songs which they are Desperate to hear again now we are back in England. Both songs have dancing actions. Song 1 : "Dadada da da Dadada da da" or "couchie whaa whaa whaa" or "Nanana na na dada da da da"- the children stick their tongues out and waddle around like ducks. There are other arm actions too and its a man singing? Song 2: "Boomshe boomshe boomboomboom - Whoo whoo! Its a female singing this one and the children circle their hands over their heads and step sideways to the "Boomshe" part then lean over cupping their mouths to shout "whoo whoo!
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This love of all things holiday-related should certainly be something you spread in the classroom. Spanish-speaking countries each embrace unique and interesting traditions that your students will eagerly learn. Download: This blog post is available as a convenient and portable PDF that you can take anywhere. Click here to get a copy. There are a few ways in which you can liven up your lessons with Spanish Christmas music.
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This Spanish Christmas collection is a mix of old and new, with some modern versions of older song as well. Grab a mug or cue up this list in your car to feel the festivities in Spanish! Below are my top picks from YouTube, or you can turn on my Spotify playlist. Obviously, Feliz Navidad. Thanks to this song, basically everybody knows how to say Christmas in Spanish. Try the version by Andrea Bocelli if you love a more classic sound.
For many people, music is an important part of everyday life, and it becomes even more vital at holiday times. Learning about holiday songs in Spanish teach us about the language, but also the culture. In Spanish, Christmas carols are known as villancicos or cantos de navidad.