Canciones Espanol [Spanish Songs]

Narrated by: Twin Sisters
Length: 1 hr and 12 mins
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Thirty-two new and traditional Spanish songs! Sixteen songs teach colors, directions, good nutrition, kind words, and more in Spanish. Sixteen songs encourage dancing, swinging, marching, bouncing, and more!

©2006 Twin Sisters IP, LLC (P)2011 Twin Sisters Productions

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The songs are catchy and fun. They are ideal for children but I purchased this to spice up my Spanish. I usually do podcasts on the drive to work, but it can get dull. Some songs are adaptations to what I knew as American songs for children, but some were new to me. I have a difficult time deciphering words in songs (regardless of the language). I contacted the Twin Sisters company and they responded right away and provided a copy of the song lyrics for me. Impressive customer service! Be warned- some of the tunes are pretty catchy. You might find yourself singing them all day long.

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Excellent selection of songs

Contains active and sleepytime songs. The spanish Words used are simpl, we use it to reenforce spanish words with our 4 year old. The words are clearly spoken, and in most cases are spoken slow enough to to be interpreted by a beginner.

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