Posts Tagged ‘bilingual birthday song’

Want to Sing Happy Birthday in Spanish? Listen In and Learn How!

Wednesday, January 25th, 2012

Fun! Fun! Fun!  No matter how old I get I still LOVE Birthday Celebrations!

Especially when little ones are singing along to the Happy Birthday song I wrote in a bilingual format.  Listen in!

Find the words to this Boca Beth song right here on my web site‘s FREE bilingual resource area for teaching Spanish and English at the same time to young children.  (Look for the 6th song down.)

Now check this really fun video out from another group of talented people bringing Spanish and English together the fun way!  With MUSIC!  ¡La música!

Happy Educating!  ¡Sea feliz educando!

Boca Beth

Birthdays! Parties! ¡Fiestas! Cha-Cha-Chas!

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010


I love how this generation of young children has added the ‘cha-cha-cha’s to our traditional way of singing Happy Birthday!

This week we will focus on parties / fiestas and celebrating turning any age.  Enjoy this YouTube clip of me, Boca Beth, sharing our bilingual version of Happy Birthday (did you know that in the Spanish language there are at least, AT LEAST, 13 versions, 13 ways to sing Happy Birthday to someone?  WOW!!!!   Go here to see some of the many.


Tomorrow I will share with you some cool bilingual resources to bring more party into the party!

Happy Educating!  ¡Sea feliz educando!

Boca Beth

P.S. (We have a bilingual version of Happy Birthday on our More Boca Beth/Más Boca Beth music CD which we will be giving away later this week along with some mini maracas in bright colors!  Stay tuned!)

Friday Fiesta Fun for Toddlers, Preschoolers, and Early Elementary School Age Children

Friday, March 19th, 2010

How about some fun birthday party ideas with a bilingual twist?  

Use our bilingual version of the Happy Birthday song while encouraging the cha-cha-chas!  Want the Boca Beth version for free?  Look below!

6-happy-birthday  Click the link to the left now to listen in on the Boca Beth bilingual fun off our second of four bilingual music CDs for children ages birth – ten!  Buy the CD today for a great birthday gift!

Need some more Fiesta Fun Ideas?  Here they are listed below from when I perform at children’s birthday parties. 


Fiesta Time with Boca Beth


·      FOOD

Based on the age of children in attendance Boca Beth recommends the following:

Salsa and chips.

Big Fritos with sour cream, chili & cheese and/or guacamole for dipping.

Make your own taco station complete with meats (chicken or beef), tomatoes, lettuce, cheese, taco sauce and shells.

Flan, dulce de leche ice cream, Tres Leches cake (available in many flaors these days) or galletas/cookies from a local Spanish grocery store.


·      CRAFTS

Have the children make their own Mexican ponchos out of large brown grocery bags with paints, sequins, beads, feathers, foam shapes, etc to decorate.

Maracas can easily be made with two paper plates stapled together (adult supervision required), popsicle stick as the handle and rice, pasta or beans as the noise filler – children decorate the outside of the plates prior to assembly.


Guessing Cup Game (PreK – elementary) This can be played with three non-see-through cups placed upside down over three individual objects (a blue, a red and a green plastic fruit from the kids’ play kitchen at home for example).  Play the color song from “My First Songs in Spanish” Boca Beth CD first to have fun playing and learning about Spanish words for colors.  

After the song draw their attention to the cups and have the children sit nicely around the game area so that all children can see the cups as you mix them around for a few seconds quickly asking them to keep their eye on red (or blue or green) – trying to trick the kids.  Then ask for a volunteer to raise their hand to pick where red is. Play again and again!  Award birthday party favors as prizes for correct guesses.

Go to my YouTube channel and see this game played with an interactive feature.  Click below to see how the game is played now.



 Happy Educating!  ¡Sea feliz educando!

Boca Beth