Year 4 – Cabeza, hombro, roddilla y pie

Year 4 have learnt how to sing, Head, shoulders, knees and toes in Spanish!

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Can you join in with these children and sing this in Spanish?

GD – Using the vocabulary below, can you write your own song similar to ‘cabeza, hombro, rodilla y pie….’ but using other parts of the body e.g:

cabeza, brazo, estomago y pierna

cabeza, brazo, estomago y pierna

dedos, rodilla, mano y nariz

cabeza, brazo, estomago y pierna

16 thoughts on “Year 4 – Cabeza, hombro, roddilla y pie

  1. GD
    Cabeza,brazo,rodilla dedos,rodilla dedos
    Cabeza,brazo,rodilla dedos,gorilla dedos
    Nariz,boca,orejas y in is
    Cabeza,brazo,rodilla dedos,rodilla dedos

    • Yaseen, remember to follow the original pattern of the song, the first line is repeated, the one different line and then the original 1st line.

  2. Gd
    Cabeza, Caderas, Pierna , Pie, Pierna,Pie
    Cabeza, Caderas, Pierna , Pie , Pierna,Pie
    Orejas, Ojos, Nariz y Boka
    Orejas, Ojos, Nariz y Boka
    ¿ Por favor puede traducirlo ?

    • Well done Lusardo! Your translation is: Head, hips, leg and foot, ears, eyes, nose and mouth. The correct spellings for mouth in Spanish is ‘boca’

  3. ✨my own version ✨
    •Cabeza , Mano , dedos y pelo
    •Cabeza , Mano , dedos y pelo
    •Nariz , ojos , orejas y boca
    •Cabeza, Mano , dedos y pelo
    I hope you enjoyed this

    • Well done Tipian! Does your first line mean, ‘head, hand, toes and hair’ and then ‘nose, eyes, ears and mouth’? This is 👍🏼

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