Music That Teaches Spanish! By Patti Lozano;Spiral-bound Book and CD Original songs, rhymes, and creative activities, primarily directed towards elementary and middle school students. Some tunes are reminiscent of the rock 'n' roll 50's and the swinging 60's, as well as rhythms and melodies that evoke the music of Mexico and South America. Each song and rhyme meets one or more teaching objectives found in most beginning and intermediate Spanish textbooks. Melody line, lyrics, and guitar chords are given. Each song has teaching suggestions with targeted vocabulary, targeted structures, motivational activities, and extension vocabulary and/ or activities. The song is also given in an illustrated format so young students and others can follow the content of the song by recognizing the vocabulary via drawings. There is also an illustrated activity page for each song. Includes teacher guide with reproducible pages and CD. For elementary and middle school students. CONTENTS: Introduction Teacher's Guide Songs, Rhymes, & Activities Glossary Glossary by Topics,; List of songs/ activities: Buenos Dias a Todos Aqui (greetings), Como Te Llamas Muchacho (rhyme), ABC de Colibri (alphabet), La Clase (classroom objects), Quince Galletas (rhyme - numbers), Rojo Cafe (colors), Tengo Comezon (parts of body), Ay de Mi (rhyme - parts of body), La Bonita Sara (rhyme - feelings), Que Timepo Hace Hoy (weather/ weekdays), No Me Gusta Nada (rhyme - months), Pasame la Sal Por Favor (family), Ponte la Camisa Ya (clothing), En Venezuela (furniture), La Cancion de las Frutas (fruit), Jugo de Naranja (foods), Que Haces Tu en la Clase de Musica, Tic Toc (time & verbs).