Spanish Halloween Songs
Here are some Spanish Halloween songs that will get children singing, moving and learning!
Musical activities such as songs, nursery rhymes, and finger plays are ideal for introducing and practising concepts and vocabulary introduced in a lesson.
Music is a great way to engage children because it is a natural and enjoyable part of their everyday lives. It contributes to children’s progress and learning in many different areas, and most importantly in the area of target language development.
These Spanish Halloween songs have enough repetition that kids can sing along after hearing the songs a few times.
La Brujita Tapita
by Maria Elena Walsh
Trato o Truco