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August 03, 2014

Sabor! Spanish Songs for Kids

Get ready to shout "¡Sabor!" That’s what people call out in Spanish when they hear great music. Once children sample these playful original songs and beloved family favorites, they'll want to sing and dance to them again and again (and they’ll be learning Spanish as they do!) From the producers of the award-winning CDs Cha, Cha, Chaand A Bailar! (Let's Dance!), comes this festive new collection of interactive Spanish learning songs with the emphasis on active, whether it's making animal noises, playing games, calling out responses, singing, or dancing. Internationally beloved singer-songwriter Jorge Anaya and keyboardist Didier Prossaird are your musical guides to this fabulous fusion of world music styles, including cumbia, calypso, salsa, and merengue, that keep the Spanish language-learning party going. From “Uno, Dos y Tres” and “Mi Día (My Day)” to “En El Rancho de MacDonald (Old MacDonald)” and “Cuando Sea Grande (When I'm Big)”, each lively song introduces Spanish vocabulary for words and phrases children use every day. A Translation Guide is included, providing an easy reference for parents and teachers who are first-time learners of Spanish. Get ready to be immersed in irresistible rhythms and pulse-pounding beats, and get ready to shout, "¡Sabor!"

I was excited about this product because I want my son to pick up some Spanish as he grows up. He's almost two, and we love toddler tunes that use both Spanish and English words for objects, so I thought this would be similar, but I was wrong. SABOR songs are all Spanish, so unless you want to stare at the lyric sheet or already know Spanish you can't help translate which I found frustrating, but he enjoyed the music.

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1 comment:

  1. Aways a fan of new kiddo CDs especially in Spanish! Thanks!

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