Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Pocoyó: Juego limpio



Keywords and phrases:

la escoba - broom
el caballo - horse
el vaquero - cowboy
la guitarra - guitar

Pocoyo finge que la escoba es un caballo. - Pocoyo is pretending that the broom is a horse.

Tenemos que limpiar. - We have to clean up.

Justo a tiempo. - Just in time. (Easy one, eh?)

¡Es espectacular! - It's spectacular!

Es una idea brillante. - It's a brilliant idea.
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Songs about cleaning up:

Clean-up on the We Are Little Amigos cd by Maribel Suardy (Her voice is simply gorgeous!)

Vamos a recoger (Let's put it away) from Play and Learn Spanish by Ana Lomba and Marcela Summerville
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9 comments:

VeRonda said...

Anything that will get the job done, huh? Too cute.

Karen said...

Oh, I know. I'm glad you enjoyed it. :)

Jessica said...

As you know, Karen, my girls and I love to visit your blog to watch Pocoyo.

I'm going to suggest Pocoyo as a Spanish Fun Activity in my next e-newsletter and refer to your blog.

Also, let me know if I got this right. Amazon has dvd's of Pocoyo but they're just in English. Only one title has English and Spanish audio tracks--Pocoyo: Fun and Dance with Pocoyo.

Karen said...

Hi Jessica,

Yes, as far as I know, that's the only one with a Spanish language track.

Thanks for the mention in your newsletter! :)

quitecontrary1977 said...

your blog is so wonderful! i really want my daughter to learn at least the basics of spanish as she's growing up.so we'll be back often!

micaela6955 said...

We are a bilingual family, and Dejanera and Demetrio understand everything we say. Getting them to speak Spanish, however, is a bit more difficult. Glad to have found your site, have subscribed so Deja can use this as a learning tool-I think Deja, once she has the chance to take Spanish in Jr High, will be speaking it much more than she is now.

Karen said...

I'm glad that you want your daughter to learn some Spanish! Thanks for stopping by!

Karen said...

My children are reluctant to speak in Spanish as well, but they understand it. I'm thinking of doing a Spanish-only meal once a week then go from there. :)

Thanks for stopping by! :)

tati said...

Love all of the activities and lessons you have here! I am teaching my daughters Spanish also. Thanks for sharing! www.teachinggenerations.blogspot.com