Spanish Creation Fingerplay

Who else loves fingerplays? Not only are they great for literacy and speech development, but they can also keep a bored toddler occupied (like when waiting in line, or waiting for food at a restaurant, etc).

We made this one up when we were at the park, and Vale had to wait for me to finish nursing the little baby. It’s super basic, but it kept my toddler engaged long enough to finish feeding the baby, so we could get on with playtime.

You can do as many verses as you want, adding in different things that God made, and making up actions. Get creative, be silly. Help your toddler identify other things that God made. If you’re at the park like we were, this should be easy, and a lot of fun.

What other Spanish poems have your kids enjoyed? Any recommendations to add to my library? Comment below.

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