This website offers free songs, videos, worksheets, and games to learn everyday themes like greetings, weather, clean-up, and numbers.


Try a vanishing cloze activity where the lyrics to the song are written on the board. The song is read aloud. Then one or two words are erased and the lyrics are read again. Continue until all of the words are erased and the song is memorized.

Interpersonal: Each song on the website is accompanied with lyrics and illustrations. Before class, the teacher prepares two different lyric sheets for an information gap. Sheet A has half of the pictures and lyrics and Sheet B has the other half. Students receive sheet A or sheet B. In pairs, they must work together to complete the entire song. They can read or sing the song to their partner.

Presentational: Students listen to two or three songs and study the lyrics and illustrations. Then, give a familiar tune (e.g. Old McDonald had a farm) the students are asked to create their own song related to the theme of the unit. After feedback and polishing, the songs are presented to the class.



A collection of many different resources for kids.  Several different series of videos are provided including animated programs and non-animated programs.  Amazing audio files include stories, tongue-twisters and songs.  These can all be downloaded.  The site also has fun games and apps for kids.

Interpretive: A series of images from one of the videos are screen-captured and then given to students. After watching the video, students order the images in chronological order and then respond to a series of yes/no questions about what's happening in the images. For example, Is the boy cooking?, Are they having fun?

Interpersonal: Students form a circle. After watching one of the video shorts, students can be asked to summarize the movie or to predict what happens after the movies ends. Student A begins by beginning a sentence like Había una vez una chica….then passes the story with a gesture of her arm to another student in the circle. Student B must continue the story…”que iba a los parques todos los días”. Then Student B passes the story to the next student.

Presentational: Students watch one of the videos (Mi familia--Cap. 11) Then, using the website students are asked to either add three extended scenes or to summarize the moral of the video in comic book form with their own dialogue/thought bubbles.