Fiesta Plan and Recommended Music


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This document is to supplement the presentation "Bilingual Storytime: Preschool, School Age and Families." It includes recommended Spanish and bilingual movement songs for bilingual storytime programs and a sample storytime plan. This handout was designed for "Growing Up with Bilingual Programming: A Tribute to Rose Treviño" for the Reforma National Conference IV in Denver, CO. Presentation delivered September 15, 2011.

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Fiesta Plan and Recommended Music

  1. 1. Recommended Music for Bilingual Storytime<br />Anaya, Jorge. (2008). ¡A bailar! Let's Dance! : Spanish Learning Songs. Whistlefritz.<br />“Cabeza y hombros (Head, Shoulders)”<br />“El baile de las manos (The Hand Dance)”<br />“Vengan a ver mi granja (The Farm)”<br />“Brilla, brilla estrellita (Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star)”<br />“Los niños cuando bailan (When the Children Dance)”<br />“Los deditos (The Fingers)”<br />Barchas, Sarah. (1997). ¡Piñata! and More Bilingual Songs for Children. <br />“De colores”<br />“Oh How Delicious Are Hot Tamales”<br />“Mi granja (My Farm)” <br />“Los pollitos (Little Chicks)”<br />Jordan, S., Gómez, P., & Shelton, D. I. (2007). Bilingual Preschool English-Spanish. Sara Jordan Publishing.<br />“Follow the Leader / Sigue al líder”<br />“Groovin’ and Movin’ / Ritmo y movimiento”<br />Feldman, Jean. (2003). ¡Olé! ¡Olé! ¡Olé! Dr. Jean en español. <br />“Hola amigo”<br />“Cinco monitos”<br />“Adiós amigos”<br />Orozco, José-Luis. (1994). De Colores and Other Latin-American Folk Songs for Children.<br />“Vamos a la mar”<br />“La araña pequeñita”<br />“Las hormiguitas”<br />Orozco, José-Luis. (1994). Diez deditos: Ten little fingers & other play rhymes and action songs from Latin America.<br />“Juanito”<br />“Que llueva”<br />“Las ruedas del camión”<br />Orozco, José-Luis. (2000). Canto y cuento.<br />“Si juntamos las manitas”<br />“Pajarito”<br />Sol y Canto (Musical group). (2003). El doble de amigos=Twice as Many Friends.<br />“Mi cuerpo hace música / My Body Makes Music”<br />Bilingual Family Storytime Sample Plan<br />Parties / Fiesta<br />Created by Katie Cunningham for presentation “Growing Up with Bilingual Programming: A Tribute to Rose Treviño” for Reforma National Conference IV: Elevating Latino Services to a Higher Level<br />September 15, 2011<br />Opening Song<br />Book 1: ¡Fiesta! by Ginger Foglesong Guy<br />School Readiness Skill: Counting<br />Flannelboard Storytelling: The Bossy Gallito / El gallo de bodas based on the book by Lucía González<br />Early Literacy Skills: Vocabulary, Narrative Skills<br />Spanish Movement Song: “Los niños cuando bailan” by Jorge Anaya<br />Early Literacy Skills: Vocabulary, Phonological Awareness<br />Book 2 with Interactive Props: ¡Piñata! by Rebecca Emberley<br />Early Literacy Skills: Vocabulary, Print Motivation<br />Closing Song<br />Parent / Child Activity: Piñata Confetti Math<br />School Readiness Skills: Shape Identification, Color Identification, Counting, Sorting, Pattern Identification, Comparing Sizes<br />Additional Recommended Books<br />Fiesta Fiasco by Ann Whitford Paul<br />El Barrio by Debbi Chocolate<br />Emmy y sus amigos: Un libro sobre los colores by Sandra Desmazières<br />Sopa de zanahoria by John Segal<br />Just a Minute by Yuyi Morales<br />Eight Animals Bake a Cake by Susan Middleton Elya<br />Book Fiesta! by Pat Mora<br />Si le haces una fiesta a una cerdita by Laura Numeroff<br />The Cazuela that the Farm Maiden Stirred by Samantha Vamos<br />