Latin Grammy-winners present 38 bright and catchy songs to learn all about letters and letter sounds in Spanish. Canta las letras has a song for every letter, plus consonant blends and more. With rhythms from electronica to salsa, families will be dancing from A to Z. Beyond being able to recite the ABCs, learning to read involves knowing the sounds that each letter makes. This album is crafted as a musical learning tool for families who speak Spanish at home, as well as those who are learning it as a second language. Includes 38 original songs in Spanish to help children learn letter sounds while they dance along to cheerful rhythms and melodies from across the Latin American hemisphere. The songs are arranged in alphabetical order, and kids and parents may personalize the experience and reinforce language learning by shuffling the songs to reflect their favorite sounds and letters.
“Children may want to hear the song for the first letter of their name on repeat, or develop other favorites,” advise Andrés and Christina, the cheerful hosts of Canta las Letras. “This is all about making learning letters in Spanish fun and memorable.”
“123 Andrés’s Canta las Letras is fun and enjoyable”
“It is great for families who already speak Spanish at home and could be a great tool for families to use to extend their child’s learning.”
“Each song is less than two minutes long which makes each track a concise tool that teaches students how to write the uppercase and lowercase letters as well as gives examples of words that start with the same letter.”
“For educators, it would be a wonderful addition to the start of any literacy practices or morning meetings in the classroom. I recommend using the accompanying music videos so that students can connect the lyrics and visuals to get the most from learning and developing their Spanish.”
“Most importantly, the album lends itself to movement which is incredibly vital for the development of younger children. Children can sing, dance, and learn simultaneously while having fun doing so!”