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Natalia Prats
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Lives in Columbia, Missouri
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Llego la primavera by Natalia Prats
Llego la Primavera Salen las flores Sopla el viento Llueve desde el cielo.
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Mi Conejito
Salta mi conejito (Two fingers jump over open hand) Para tus orejitas (Hands over head to make bunny ears) Come tu zanahoria (Eat the carrot) Mi conejito, mi conejito( Jump like a bunny) Finger Play is an excellent way of teaching children language and mean...
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Mi Burrito Sabanero
This is one of the many songs we sing in P.R during Christmas. Puerto Ricans celebrate the longest known Christmas festivities in the world. For Puerto Ricans, Christmas can symbolically last until the Fiestas de San Sebastian in late January. We celebrate ...
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Las Manitas
(Hide hands behind your back. When the song begins they bring one hand out and move it back and forth) Saco una manita La hago bailar(Move them back and forth) La cierro, la abro y la vuelvo a guardar. (Open, close and then hide the hand again) Saco otra ma...
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"Que llueva!" performed by The Language Tree Spanish PM
Que llueva, que llueva, el quetzal está en la cueva. Los pajaritos cantan, las nubes se levantan. Que sí, que no, que caiga un chaparrón. ( repeat 2 twice)
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Camina el Caracol
Despacio, despacio camina el caracol. Despacio, despacio camina bajo el sol. We normally do this finger play with our thumb sticking out. Our fist represents the shell.  We move our thumb slowly down the carpet. They really enjoy this simple finger play.
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Hombre de Nieve
The kids and I recorded this in the classroom the other day. I think it's great for them to listen to themselves speaking in the target language. They get very excited and involved when we do this. This song is not a typical Christmas song. But they can rel...
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  • The Language Tree
    Head Spanish Teacher
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Introduction
My name is Natalia Prats. I was born in a Caribbean paradise known as Puerto Rico. I was a Middle and High School teacher for 9 years and Preschool Co-Director and Program Director of a Spanish after-school program for the past 2 years. I currently live and work in Columbia, Missouri where I now enjoy working as a Spanish Teacher at The Language Tree. My mission is to create a world that better understands each other.
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Woman, mother, wife, traveler, and artist at heart. I believe in the goodness of humanity and in a world that can someday understand each other. That is why I teach.That is why I learn something from my students every day. Like them, I still want to believe that I can fly on a dragon and that someday a Unicorn will magically appear in my backyard.
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Columbia, Missouri
Previously
San Juan, Puerto Rico