The Best Calendar Songs in Spanish for Kids
calendar songs in spanish

Publication: Mar 23, 2016

Inside: Calendar songs in Spanish, including months, seasons, and days of the week songs in Spanish.

Here are some of our favorite picks for calendar songs in Spanish– canciones about  days, months, and seasons. Whether you’re homeschooling or in a classroom, calendar time is perfect to work in some Spanish naturally.

Don’t forget I have a whole resources page for our favorite songs in Spanish for kids, divided by themes! Since writing this post, I also have a post on teaching the days of the week in Spanish for kids and preschoolers. Lots of classic books use days of the week (like La orgua hambrienta), and you can find good links there.

1. LOS DÍAS DE LA SEMANA FROM TOOBY’S

2. LOS DÍAS DE LA SEMANA CON MISS ROSI

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    3. LOS MESES DEL AÑO

    4. LOS MESES DEL AÑO FROM CALICO SPANISH

    5. LAS ESTACIONES FROM CALICO SPANISH

    7. LAS CUATRO ESTACIONES

    “Las  cuatro estaciones” from Little Baby Bum is also really good, though the language is more complex..

    If you prefer a song for days of the week without a video, you can also use this familiar tune.

    days of the week in spanish

    I also have a Pinterest board for El calendario with more ideas. Let me know if I missed any of your favorites!

    Follow Spanish Mama’s board El calendario on Pinterest.

    Spanish calendar songs

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