This week's song is the "tener rap". It is a catchy beat with a repetitive lyrics designed to help students master the tener conjugations and tener + que +infinitive.
Check out this fun song for learning school supply vocabulary! I recommend doing it with manipulative and having students hold up the objects as they sing along with the song!
This week's song of the week is my month of the year Macarena. This is a fun way to get your students up on their feet, learning some new vocabulary while doing the Macarena!
This week's song of the week is my estar conjugation rap. It's a simple song with great beat to drill in to students head the correct way to conjugate the verb gustar.
This present tense Ar, Er, Ir conjugation rap is a rhythmic chant that is great for having student stand up and sing along with TPR actions!
This was a song I recorded two years ago with my Spanish students. It is a Spanish alphabet parody of we will rock you!
In 2008 I was teaching elementary Spanish. I was looking for a way to make learning weather a little more interesting for the kids (and myself!). I created this weather rap to the Black Eyed Peas, Boom Boom Pow. The students loved it, and enjoyed doing the actions of the song (TPR) standing up as they sang. They wanted to show their family at home, so I decided to put the song on YouTube. It was the first song I had ever shared publicly! I finally got around to re-recording it and making a new lyric video. Check it out below!
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About Sr. Ashby
I am a K-12 Spanish educator specializing in creativity. I am passionate about learning through technology, music, and innovation. I have taught Spanish to K-12, and am a two time finalist for online teacher of the year (2011, 2014). l live in West Michigan with my wife and our four energetic boys!