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Cha Cha Cha (Spanish Learning)

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Product Description One of the Best 10 Audio-Visual Products of 2010 and one of the Best 100 Children's Products of 2010 (Dr. Toy). One of the 50 Best Products of 2010 (The Toyman Online). Winner of an iParenting Media 2010 Greatest Products award. Recommended by the Parents' Choice Foundation. Winner of a Mr.Dad.com Seal of Approval. Merengue! Rumba! Bachata! Get ready to cantar (sing), bailar (dance), and aprender (learn) Spanish with Cha, Cha, Cha, a colorful collection of Spanish songs for children. Performed by award-winning singer and songwriter Jorge Anaya, this CD is a delightful mix of lively Latin rhythms that children will love - and parents will too! Samba to Las Vocales (The Vowels), cha cha to Los Números (The Numbers), and polka to Que Llueva. Cha, Cha, Cha makes learning Spanish exhilirating, educational, and fun!Cha, Cha, Cha is a fun, festive introduction to Spanish vocabulary. Dance and sing while learning the letters of the alphabet, numbers, parts of the body, articles of clothing and more. The upbeat songs inspire kids to get on their feet, clap, jump and move. Lyrics and a translation guide are included, providing an easy reference for parents and teachers who are first-time learners of Spanish. Fun for all ages! Review A colorful clever collection of Spanish songs for children performed by award-winning singer and songwriter Jorge Anaya, Whistlefritz's latest release is a delightful mix of lively Latin rhythms that everyone will enjoy listening to and moving to the beat. Samba to Las Vocales (The Vowels), cha cha to Los Números (The Numbers), and polka to Que Llueva (Let it Rain). Cha, Cha, Cha makes learning Spanish exhilirating, educational, and fun! Celebrate the vibrant sounds of Spanish, at home and in the classroom! A collection of catchy, upbeat originals - plus well-known, popular favorites such as La Cucaracha, El Barco Chiquito, Los Elefantes, and Bingo. Cha, Cha, Cha is a fun, festive introduction to Spanish vocabulary. Dance, sing, and enjoy learning the letters of the alphabet, numbers, parts of the body, articles of clothing, and more. This is a dynamic, multi-sensory learning method, inspiring kids to get on their feet, clap, jump, and move while singing the days of the week. A translation guide is included, providing an easy reference for parents and teachers. A great way to expand vocabulary and become bilingual. -- Dr. Toy The Latin rhythms of this high-energy compilation of 14 traditional and original Spanish language songs will have listeners dancing and singing along. Jorge Anaya s clear and pleasant voice makes it easy to understand the Spanish lyrics. English translations for each song are included in the pamphlet, but instead of paraphrasing the songs, each song is translated word-for-word, helping listeners learn specific Spanish vocabulary. The arrangement and performance of traditional songs such as B-I-N-G-O, Los Elefantes, and La Cucaracha encourage participation. Most impressive however, are the original songs covering a multitude of topics such as Las Vocales (The Vowels), Los Meses (The Months), and Los Números (Numbers). These songs do a superb job of introducing fundamental topics while incorporating movement. For example, Los Dias de la Semana (Days of the Week) encourages listeners to raise their arms on Monday, jump on one foot on Tuesday, etc. The musicianship and the production values are excellent. It is refreshing to have a Spanish language CD for children that is fun for adults too! A great tool for preschool Spanish/bilingual story times and a welcome addition to any library's foreign language collection for young children. Caitlyn Walsh, Fayetteville Public Library, AR -- School Library Journal Winner of a 2010 Parents' Choice Awards Recommendation Cha, Cha, Cha is Whistlefritz's second CD for kids (there are also three DVDs), and with it, families can learn to cantar (sing), bailar (dance), and aprender (learn) Spanish. The CD is a lively collection

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Great children's Spanish musicThis is a great CD of Spanish music for children! I got it for my son as we are teaching him Spanish and these songs are very fun and catchy. One if my favorite aspects of this CD is that the music is lighter so you can hear all the lyrics the guy is singing clearly. I would highly recommend this CD to anyone wanting to get their children a Spanish music CD! I also bought the "A Bailar!" CD from the same company/artist and it is also a hit!5My toddlers love this CD!My kids love this CD. We listen to it in the car and it keeps them entertained and happy until we arrive at our destination. The songs are upbeat and not annoying. An adult is singing so its not like some children's cd's where kids are singing the songs. We've had it over a year and my 3 & 4yr old still ask for it every time we get in the car. The songs are entirely in spanish, so if you don't know Spanish you may have to look up translations when the kids start asking what they're saying.5AdorableAdorable and VERY helpful for ones who tries to learn Spanish while driving. Just learn and understand every song and you pass the beginners level.5Perfect Spanish Learning songs for the classroom.My students love the CD. We have specifically been using the days of the week (El Dias De La Semana). It has been a big hit! The different actions for each day of the week, and the repetition is perfect! We use it during our calendar time- usually after our English days of the week song. We reinforce Spanish learning during our morning circle time.5My 20 month old loves it!We are use to this artist from the Whistlefritz series (which my daughter loves). I chose this one because I want to get her moving. She "dances" the entire length of the CD and has not grown tired of it after one straight week of listening to it daily. The songs are beautiful, I wish the melody would last longer (like the beginning of "Bingo" is awesome, I wish there was more music before or after the lyrics about bingo).They lyrics are easy to follow along, great CD!5Excellente!Perfect for kids learning Spanish5love itI play this in my car all the time. My daughter and I are learning numbers, days of the week, months of the year, action words and all kinds of stuff through these fun, foot tapping songs. I love that it comes with a booklet with the lyrics and translations. We absolutely love it and my daughter wants to listen to it all the time as soon as we get into the car, so goodbye to my preset radio stations. But I don't mind because I enjoy the songs too. Highly recommend it.5A favorite with wonderfulA favorite with wonderful, danceable beats. Lyrics and translations included in the libretto. Fun if you're learning Spanish or want to introduce some fun new songs to your child. Covers seasons, numbers, weather, travel and fun songs about elephants balancing on a spiderweb. So happy I purchased it!5Excellent for Children AND Adults! Link to PDF of Lyrics/TranslationDuring my son's year of preschool at our local YMCA, a mother-daughter duo would come in as volunteers every Tuesday and teach the class Spanish through music. Since they always were wrapping things up around the same time that I was arriving to pick up my son, I often joined the class for the last few songs. During my son's last week of school, there was a surprise performance for the parents featuring all the songs that the children had learned throughout the year. I had known that my son enjoyed this music time, but I had NO idea that he had actually learned these songs by heart until I saw him clearly singing along to (pretty much) every word! I myself speak French and Italian fairly well, as well as enough Finnish to manage, but I have never managed to learn Spanish - for some reason it never clicked with me like other languages have. After seeing my son demonstrate an affinity for the language through music, I decided to get the CDs that the volunteers used in the classroom and this was one of them. It's one of my favorites - the vocals are very clear and easy for the beginner (child or adult) to catch onto, even without any prior Spanish experience (but I should make the disclaimer that we listen to these songs on repeat, and I didn't start to catch on completely until after the 20th round or so). Both of my boys love this CD, and so do I! I find that I am picking up much more Spanish through these simple songs than I ever have during previous more academic attempts.I chose to purchase the MP3 version, but later wished I had the lyrics written out. I found that this CD has a PDF available for download with all of the lyrics and classroom style translation! Here is the link, for anyone who is interested:[...]I would definitely recommend this CD and others in the same line for anyone interested in learning Spanish!5Not annoying! Dance-able!My 20 month old LOVES this CD and has for months. She points at the stereo and starts to dance. I tried to switch out the CD to a different one and she wasn't having it even though many of the songs are the same.I like that the words are easy to understand. My Spanish is good, but music is normally harder to follow. These kids songs are slow enough anyone with elementary Spanish shouldn't have a problem when they focus. My Latin husband came into the kitchen singing along the first day I put it on for her and they danced around together! He said they learned all the same songs growing up.5
Cha Cha Cha (Spanish Learning)

Cha Cha Cha (Spanish Learning)

4.2
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Regular price
€50,00
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€50,00
Regular price
€82,00
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Save 39% (€32,00)