This is the most complete, extensive set of this product, including a music video, coloring book, colored story for your projector, activity to determine mastery, and a song to play over speakers, with lyrics.
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.
Additionally, you are receiving in the final slide a music video that I produced using animation tools. You can see a preview of some of my music videos at: https://youtu.be/MuR3N7P7LbQ
Back story: 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, as well as produced accompanying songs. 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. At the end of the file is a closing activity that you can both print and project that allows to students to demonstrate mastery. The various parts of the file are appropriate for a variety of age of child, with simple, repetitive language.
Thanks for your interest!