Category Archives: Dance (Spanish)

SONIDOS DEL FLAMENCO (Sounds of Flamenco)

Flamenco dancer Sara Jerez (aka María in the Whistlefritz videos) and her husband, flamenco guitarist, Ricardo Marlow, created this awesome introduction to flamenco music and dance. Kids can clap, play castanets, and stomp along to the catchy lyrics and rhythm, as they learn words and phrases associated with flamenco. This song –SONIDOS DEL FLAMENCO – […]


This fun, whimsical song performed by Ileana Pérez features a festive dancing frog named Juanita.  Children happily imitate the movements of Juanita, learning parts of the body and action words along the way. The song is from the Whistlefritz CD CARNAVAL — Spanish Learning Songs.   Song “LA RANITA JUANITA” from the Whistlefritz CD CARNAVAL.


It’s time to dance, sing, and have a parade! It’s Carnaval! This high-energy Spanish children’s song — “CARNAVAL” — teaches action words associated with the celebration of the season known as Carnaval. The song, performed by Ileana Pérez, is from the Whistlefritz CD CARNAVAL — Spanish Learning Songs.  Song “CARNAVAL” from the Whistlefritz CD CARNAVAL.


This high-energy, big band song is an active and engaging way to teach Spanish words for parts of the body. Trying to plant cabbage with different parts of the body creates a comical and memorable link to Spanish vocabulary. Acting out the song is a surefire way to get kids engaged and having fun with […]


This irresistibly catchy song gives children a perfect opportunity to dress up and take part in the action, whether as a cook, carpenter, singer, police officer, conductor, musician, gentleman, lady, or child. The diverse members of the community all dance together on the famous bridge of Aviñón teaching the Spanish words for different jobs. The […]

LOS DÍAS DE LA SEMANA (Days of the Week)

“LOS DÍAS DE LA SEMANA” is a fun, action-oriented song that teaches the days of the week in Spanish. The song begins on Monday with children putting their hands up in the air. On Tuesday, they hop on one foot, then put their hands in the air. And so on and so forth, as each […]

DEL SUELO AL CIELO (From the Ground to the Sky)

This lively merengue gets kids on their feet dancing! The lyrics teach kids the Spanish words for different parts of the body and positional words, such as above, below, behind, and to the side. The song, performed by Jorge Anaya, is from Whistlefritz’s CD ¡SABOR! Song “DEL SUELO AL CIELO” from the CD ¡SABOR!


Kids affectionately call this song the “Cha, cha, cha Song”.   In addition to teaching kids about the style of music known as “cha cha”, this song teaches Spanish numbers from 1 to 100.  The song, performed by Jorge Anaya, is from Whistlefritz’s CD CHA, CHA, CHA – Spanish Learning Songs. Song “LOS NÚMEROS” from the […]

UNO, DOS Y TRES (One, Two and Three)

This high-energy, participatory song – “UNO, DOS Y TRES” – gets kids up on their feet dancing and learning the parts of the body in Spanish! As they count along, kids move their heads, arms, legs, waist, hips, and whole body to the irresistible Latin music of this song. The song, performed by Jorge Anaya, […]