This worksheet is the perfect companion piece for teaching your students the song "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes" in Spanish. Once your kids know the song and have done lots of TPR with the motions, lock in their knowledge by having them label this worksheet. For additional fun, they can color in the outline to look like themselves, a favorite book character, or anyone they like. For additional practice, You can have students describe their drawings to each other pair work by pointing out the colors they used as well as physical description and clothing vocab, etc.
Note: I’ve also included a label for hands, since most students learn this word quickly via commands like "levanta la mano." I also find it helpful to call students to attention before the songs by calling out "¡Manos!" to signal kids to raise both hands into the air to prepare to start the song.