First 5 LA Five Minutes: Diversión con los dedos para los más pequeños

Los juegos con los dedos coordinan las canciones infantiles con los movimientos, que son rápidos, divertidos y excelentes para crear vínculos y desarrollar habilidades motoras finas. Aquí hay un curso de actualización sobre algunos juegos de dedos probados y verdaderos, y algunos nuevos:

1. Tortillitas. As you say, “Patty-cake, patty-cake, baker’s man! Bake me a cake as fast as you can,” gently clap your baby’s hands together. Then, pretend to help “roll” and “pat”: “Roll it, and pat it, and mark it with a B.” Touch your baby’s face, and then your own face with his fingers: “And put it in the oven for baby and me!””

2. La araña Itsy Bitsy. Touch your right thumb to your left index finger, and your left thumb to your right index finger, Switch back and forth to turn your fingers into a spider! “The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout.” Let your fingers wiggle, moving your hands down, like falling rain. “Down came the rain and washed the spider out.” Form a big circle with arms over your head: “Out came the sun and dried up all the rain.” Then, form the “spider” again. “Ane the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again.”

3. Cinco guisantes gordos: This is especially fun for preschoolers. Hold hands in a fist, and say, “Five fat peas in a peapod pressed.” Open fingers one at a time as you say, “One grew, two grew, so did all the rest.” Raise hands in the air slowly as you say, “They grew and they grew, and did not stop. Until one day…” Pause, then say as you clap your hands together, “The pod went POP!”

4. Aquí hay una colmena: Make hands into fists, and say, “Here is a beehive, where are all the bees? Hidden away where nobody sees. Watch and you will see them come out of their hives….” Open fingers one by one as you say, “One, two, three, four, five!” Wiggle fingers and say, “Buzz, buzz, buzz!”

5. Contando naranjas. Hold up five fingers and say, “Five orange oranges hanging on a tree. The juiciest oranges you ever did see! The wind came past and gave an angry frown…” Make an angry face, shake fingers, then continue: “And one little orange came tumbling down.” Hold up four fingers and repeat, beginning with “Four little oranges….” and repeating until you count down to no oranges left!

Celebrando el Día de los Pueblos Indígenas

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