Wow! Our bilingual TV show Fiesta Fun on MomTV.com is going strong, and it’s FREE to tune every Tuesday morning at 10 am EST!
I can’t think of any stay-at-home mom, any preschool teacher, any homeschooling family that wouldn’t just love, love, love this new Boca Beth stuff! Check out how easy we make it to introduce time to little children along with breakfast, lunch and dinner via our YouTube video, then tune in weekly for my upbeat, music and movement Fiesta Fun online show.
Below are the lyrics for this fun bilingual song from the Boca Beth Program which is on our second CD titled More Boca Beth / Más Boca Beth available for only $14.99 by clicking here. This entire CD introduces 150 words and 30 phrases in both languages – Spanish & English – using the methodology that many experts are saying is THE BEST way to introduce a new language to children who are still learning skills in their native language … using a TRUE bilingual format!!! That is what we do here at Boca Beth!
“What Time Is It?/¿ Qué hora es ?”
(sung to the tune of “Are You Sleeping?”)
What time is it?
¿ Qué hora es ?
I need to know!
¡ Tengo que saber !
It is eight o’clock.
Son las ocho.
Time for breakfast!
¡ Hora de desayunar !
It is twelve o’clock.
Son las doce.
Time for lunch!
¡ Hora de almorzar !
It is six thirty.
Son las seis y media.
Time for dinner!
¡ Hora de cenar !
And now the suggested circle time / classroom activity to go hand-in-hand with this easy-to-follow Boca Beth bilingual song for children:
This is an echo song. I ask the children if they remember what an echo is. I praise the correct answer person and ask them to be my echo in this fun song about telling time in Spanish and English. If the children are old enough to get the concept, they can act out the time of day while singing about it. We hold our arms out in the position of 8 o’clock, then straight above our heads for 12 o’clock, then pointing down towards the ground for 6:30.
Happy Educating! ¡Sea feliz educando!