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In celebration of Cinco de Mayo, and the Mexican heritage in our household, I put together a list of all the Spanish Christian kids music I have found (with links!). Hope these can help someone in their own bilingual journey, as they have certainly helped our family. Have some more to add to this list? Comment Below! I would love to add to it.
By far our favorite kids band. We have a dance party with them daily. Plus, a lot of their songs are actually Bible stories, so as your kiddos is listening and learning the song, they are actually learning the stories of some of our faith heroes.
Another favorite. This has a similar sound and feel as Generacion 12 Kids, generally upbeat and fun to listen to for the whole family.
You may have heard of Yancy. She is a worship pastor who saw a disconnect between kids worship and adult worship, so she started writing music the whole family could worship with together. This is her “Little Praise Party” album in Spanish.
I first heard of these guys when I was on a missions trip to Nicaragua. We were working with a children’s ministry who used their songs. They sound a little like “Alvin and the Chipmunks” and are generally a fun pick for kiddos.
This is exactly what it sounds like: Hillsong Kids in Spanish.
Songs for Saplings offers free music downloads and has their music translated into multiple different languages. They have more of a folk-music feel.
This is is what you think of when you think of kids music. Maybe not your tastes, but your kids may love it.
Sunday school classics in Spanish, plain and simple.
Have you heard of “Hide ‘Em In Your Heart” by Steve Green. This is in in Spanish. Most of the songs are actually Bible verses, so as your kiddos learn the song, they are learning scripture.
For more Spanish resources, check out: Favorite Spanish Resources For Toddlers