How to Sing Head Shoulders Knees & Toes in Spanish

Learn how to sing the classic kid's song Head Shoulders Knees & Toes in Spanish with this Howcast video.

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"Cabeza, hombros, rodillas, pies/Rodillas, pies." Hi, friends. I'm Jaime. Kelly: And I'm Kelly. Jamie: And we're going to do "Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes" in Spanish. We're going to learn some Spanish words right now. Now our head is cabeza. Can you repeat that with me? Cabeza. And our shoulders are hombros. Can you repeat that with me at home? Hombros. Our knees are rodillas, rodillas. Our feet, all the way down here, are pies, pies. Our eyes are ojos, ojos. Our ears are orejas, orejas. Our mouth is boca, boca. And our nose is nariz, nariz. Very good. Let's go through that add a little bit of music, okay? Cabeza, hombros, rodillas, pies/Rodillas, pies/Cabeza, hombros, rodillas, pies/Rodillas, pies/Ojos, orejas, boca, nariz/Cabeza, hombros, rodillas, pies/Rodillas, pies. Do you think we could go a little faster? Kelly: I think so. Jamie: All right, let's try it at home a little bit faster. Cabeza, hombros, rodillas, pies/Rodillas, pies/Cabeza, hombros, rodillas, pies/Rodillas, pies/Ojos, orejas, boca, nariz/Cabeza, hombros, rodillas, pies/Rodillas, pies. Even faster. What do you think, Kelly? Kelly: I think we can do it. Jamie: Let's try it. Ready? Find your heads. Cabeza, hombros, rodillas, pies/Rodillas, pies/Cabeza, hombros, rodillas, pies/Rodillas, pies/Ojos, orejas, boca, nariz/Cabeza, hombros, rodillas, pies/Rodillas, pies. Phew. That was tough and in Spanish. You learned some Spanish today. Good job.

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    Jamie has been working with children of all ages as a teacher and entertainer for over 10 years. After teaching music classes all over New York, Jamie started "Jam with Jamie," a team of children's musicians who provide musical entertainment for birthday parties and playgroups for ages one to five years old. Jamie is also an actress and has performed with Literally Alive Children's Theater and UCB. Most recently, she was a part of the reading "Lost in Love," a musical based on the greatest hits of Air Supply.