Here comes the wolf! In this song and game, kids are going for a walk in the woods, but they have to be careful. If The Wolf is in the woods, he’ll eat them. So, kids cautiously take turns asking The Wolf what he’s doing to make sure they’ll be safe.   As long as the The Wolf is putting on a piece of clothing, they’re safe. But when The Wolf is done, it’s time to run! Children thrill with anticipation after each question as they wonder if they can stay or have to scamper away.   This fun, participatory song teaches children the Spanish words for different items of clothing. The song, performed by Jorge Anaya, is from Whistlefritz’s CD ¡SABOR!

(Let’s Walk Through the Woods)

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Caminemos en el bosque,
mientras el lobo no está.
Si el lobo está,
él te va a comer.
Pero si no está,
no te va a comer.

¿Lobo?… ¿Me escuchas?… ¿Qué haces?

Yo me pongo los calcetines.

Yo me pongo los pantalones.

Yo me pongo la camisa.

Yo me pongo los zapatos.

Yo me pongo el sombrero.

¡Aquí estoy!

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