¿Dónde está mi cutara?: Cultural Spanish Song to Learn Animal Names from Cuba

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Una canción para practicar el vocabulario sobre Nombres de animales de Cuba

This is a traditional Cuban song for kids that mentions the local popular names of many animals found in Cuba: el guanajo, el mayito, la jicotea, el caimán, el zunzún among others.


  1. Cloze activity with word bank
  2. Cloze activity without word bank
  3. Cloze activity with word bank (Animals)
  4. Cloze activity without word bank (Animals)
  5. Photo Understanding
  6. Text
  7. Select The Animals
  8. A/B Oral Activity


The teacher’s handouts are included in the following pages of this same document:

  1. Full Song Lyrics
  2. Song’s Notes (Aclaración de Conceptos)
  3. Answer Key for All Worksheets

NOTE: Please review each song and video before using it in class as some songs or videos may not be appropriate for some age groups

Check out our other Spanish Song Cloze packets here.


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