As a side project, I have developed a series of toddler Spanish classes using a character named "Pablo." I wrote and illustrated a series of stories in a big, picture-book format as part of the learning segment for the classes. Those story books have been scanned and divided into colorized screens for your classroom projector and black-and-white coloring sheets for you to print and use in your classroom.
This story features a mother reading a book about animals to her little girl, and they compare and contrast how many eyes, arms, legs, etc. the little girl has versus a worm, a spider, a gorilla, etc. Vocabulary used:
Cabeza, brazos, piernas, manos, pies, ojos, orejas, naríz, labios
Tengo, este, esta, besar
Araña, gusano, gorila, culebra, grillo
At the end of the file is a closing activity that you can both print and project that allows to students to demonstrate comprehension. The various parts of the file are appropriate for a variety of age of child, with simple, repetitive language.
Also in your purchase is an mp3 file with a song about this topic, called “Mi Cuerpo“. The song is not identical to the storybook, but the vocabulary and syntax are very similar.
You can buy a copy of this set that also has this song embedded in it with a music video that I produced using animation tools.
Thanks for your interest!