Thursday, September 9, 2010

Catchiest Spanish alphabet Song

I happened upon this song on youtube and I love it.  Keep in mind it does include "ch" and "ll" but does not have "rr."  All three of these double letters are no longer separate entry in the dictionary so I find it a little odd that two of them are included in the song. Also "v" is pronounced "uve" and the "w" is pronounced "uve doble."   If you can get passed all that it is the most catchy Spanish alphabet song that I've heard.  My 2.5 and 4 year old were starting to sing it after listening to it just once.




Cute board book to read to kids.
 A is for Airplane./ A es para avion

 









10 comments:

Tati said...

Love this! We enjoyed watching this!

fcornelius said...

Love this too. I have a 3 year old son that would love it.

Elaine said...

Isn't it great! Now I wish I just knew if they had more like this. My 2.5 year old asks for this song.

HotPotato 'N Chile said...

I really liked this! And plan to use in my classroom, but it is missing the letter "rr."

Anonymous said...

The Spanish Alphabet Marching song (found on youtube) is another great one that the kids love.

Anonymous said...

The Spanish is pronounced wrong.

Elaine said...

You'll have to be a little more specific then that. You have to remember that some countries pronounce certain letters differently than others.

Domingo said...

The pronunciation in correct. Elaine is right when she says that some countries pronounce letters differently. In this case, this song is sung with a Spanish accent from Spain.
Hot Potato 'N Chile: The letter "rr" does not exists in Spanish. The only letter is "r". Sometimes it has a weak sound and sometimes a strong sound.
Un saludo.

Anonymous said...

I am learning spanish at school and my teacher put this song on for the class and we all loved it!

TM COREINC said...

I love this song for my classes. Somebody knows the singer and Can I find the CD?