Uno, Dos, Tres

From Plank Road Publishing

by Teresa Jennings

This is a short, easy-to-learn cross curricular piece. A little Spanish guitar and a marching snare drum set the tone for this Latin march that teaches kids how to count to ten in Spanish.

The song alternates between a call and response section that uses both Spanish and English counting, and a spoken section with percussion interlude that simply says the Spanish versions for reinforcement. Divide your class into two groups, one for each part. Eventually, both parts get to say the numbers in both languages. (from Music K-8, Vol. 20, No. 3)

(Run time: 1:27)

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