PlayMotion Music: Spanish Words & Concepts


Music is a powerful tool for children’s learning. In this module we use music to learn Spanish. Children who already speak Spanish and are learning English will benefit as well. The children will learn the names of body parts. They will move like animals in the jungle and learn the Spanish names of the animals. They will play instruments and learn their Spanish names. They will tell a story about a pájaro (bird), a rana (frog) and a cocodrilo (crocodile). Students will make a long rhythm with the rhythm sound cards that stretches across the group space.

Aspects of development addressed in this module:

  • Self Regulation
  • Attention Maintenance
  • Imitation
  • Purposeful Movement
  • Dramatic Play
  • Shared Use of Space and Materials
  • Relationships and Social Interactions with Adults and Peers
  • Cooperation with Adults and Peers
  • English Language Development
  • Language and Literacy Development
  • Social Emotional Development
  • English Language Development
  • Cognition
  • Gross Motor Manipulative Skills
  • Gross Locomotor Movement Skills
  • Fine Motor Manipulative Skills
  • Performing Arts: Music, Drama/Dance

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This music module uses the power of interactive music and movement to help children develop Spanish language skills. Children will echo Spanish phrases, learn the names of body parts with Body Echoes, move like animals with Spanish names and jump and dance in creative ways. Then it’s instrument time. Pass out the drums, shakers, scrapers, bells and triangles and let us hear the music! The children learn to read and play music notes with rhythm games using the included Rhythm Sound Cards and the the instruments tell a story about a bird, frog and crocodile. For use with Grades PreK-2.

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