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Mission Possible: Spy a Book!Bilingual Programs

by Rose Trevino

Bilingual Promotion and AdvertisingWould you like to promote and advertise your programs inSpanish and in English? Here are a few translations.

English Spanish

Pre-school Bilingual Storytime Hora de cuentos bilingesPre-escolares

Every Tuesday Todos los martes

at 10:00 a.m. A las 10:00 a.m.

For more information, call Para ms informacin llame225-READ al 225-LEER

Bilingual Storytime for the Hora de cuentos bilingesWhole Family para toda la familia

Storytime Hora de cuentos

Bedtime Stories Cuentos de pijamas

Bilingual Infant Lapsit Cuentos bilinges parabebs

Stories and Songs Cuentos y canciones

Days of the Week Los das de la semanaSunday DomingoMonday LunesTuesday MartesWednesday MircolesThursday JuevesFriday ViernesSaturday Sbado

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Mission Possible: Spy a Book!

Mision Posible: Espia losanimales! /Mission Possible:

Spy Animals!

Books to ShareComo los animales by Margarita Robleda Moguel.El gato de las mil narices by Margarita Robleda Moguel.Pulgas, el perro de Jos Luis by Margarita Robleda Moguel.Oso pardo, oso pardo qu ves ah? and Brown Bear, Brown

Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr.El paseo de Rosie and Rosies Walk by Pat Hutchins.El ratoncito pequeo / The Little Mouse by Pipina Salas-Porras.

Name TagsRatoncito y osito / Little mouse and little bear. (Patterns areprovided at the end of the chapter.)

FingerplaysEste marranito This Little Piggy(Tradicional) (Traditional)

Este marranito fue de compras. This little piggy went to market.

Este marranito se qued en This little piggy stayed casa. home.

Este marranito comi carne This little piggy had roast asada. beef.

Este marranito no comi nada. This little piggy had none.

Y este marranito llor And this little piggy cried

Gui, gui, gui hasta que lleg Wee, wee, wee all the way a casa. home.

Toddler Programs

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El gato The Cat(Tradicional) (English translation by Rose

Trevio.)

Cuatro patas Four legs (Hold up four fingers)

tiene un gato, Has a cat.una, dos, tres, cuatro. One, two, three, four.

(Count four fingers)

RhymesNadaban Swimming(Tradicional) (English translation by Rose

Trevio.)

Nadaban, nadaban, Swimming and swimming,nadaban los patos the ducks go by,nadaban, nadaban, Swimming and swimming,y no se mojaban. they always stay dry.

Palmas Lets Clap(Tradicional) (English translation by Rose

Trevio.)

Palmas, palmitas, Lets clap, clap, clapque viene pap Here comes daddyy trae un perrito Hes brought me a puppyque dice gu, gu That says bow wow.

Un ratoncito A Little Mouse(Tradicional) (English translation by Rose

Trevio.)

Un ratoncito A little mouse raniba por un arado to swim in a pondy este cuentecito and this little storyya se ha acabado is now long gone.

SongsPesito, pesito, pesito Hickory, dickory, dock(Traditional) (Traditional)

Pesito, pesito, pesito Hickory, dickory, dockAl reloj subi un ratoncito, The mouse ran up the clock,La una di The clock struck one,Y el ratn se baj The mouse ran downPesito, pesito, pesito. Hickory, dickory, dock.

Caballito blanco Little WhiteHorse(This traditional song was translated into English by RoseTrevio. Recorded on De Colores by Jos-Luis Orozco.)

Caballito blanco, Little white horseScame de aqu, Get me out of here,Llvame a mi pueblo, Take me to my town,Donde yo nac. Where I was born.

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Tengo, tengo, tengo I have, I have, I haveT no tienes nada. You dont have anything.

Tengo tres borregas I have three lambsEn una manada. In a flock.Una me da leche One gives me milk,Otra me da lana, Another gives me wool,Y otra mantequilla The other gives me butterPara la semana. For the whole week.

CraftJaguar MaskMaterialsJaguar patternTag boardCrayons and markersStraws or craft sticks or stringTape or hole punchScissorsDirectionsIn advance, trace and cut out the jaguar face mask pattern atthe end of this chapter onto the tag board. Cut out the eyes. Letthe children decorate the mask using markers and crayons.Tape a straw or craft stick to the inside end of one side of themask so a child can hold it, or punch holes on either side andattach string so that the mask can be tied to a childs head.

GameMami, puedo? / Mother May I?

Create a starting line and a finish line by placing strips ofmasking tape on the floor at each end of the room. You mayalso use string or yarn. Give all of the children nametags at thebeginning of the game. Select one person to be Mami. Thisperson will stand at the finish line and face participants whoare all lined up at the starting line. Participants should notcross the starting line until they are given permission. Therules are as follows.

1. Mami calls out the name of a player and asks him or her totake a certain number of steps. Instead of regular steps,they will be animal steps. For example 2 bunny steps, 3horse steps, 4 pig steps, etc. If the group is large, Mamimight ask groups to take the steps, such as all childrenwith brown eyes or all children wearing blue.

2. The Player whose name is called say Mami, puedo?before he or she takes a step

3. The player loses a turn if he or she doesnt ask Mami,puedo?

4. First player to reach Mami at the finish line becomes thenew Mami.

Un paso One stepDos pasos Two stepsTres pasos Three stepsCuatro pasos Four stepsCinco pasos Five stepsSeis pasos Six steps

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Siete pasos Seven stepsOcho pasos Eight stepsNueve pasos Nine stepsDiez pasos Ten steps

Mami dice da tres pasos Mama says take threede conejito. bunny steps.

You can use the following animals:Conejito RabbitTortuga TurtleElefante ElephantPerro DogGato CatRatoncito Mouse

ActivityAnimal sounds -- how do animals sound in Spanish?

Animal Animal Spanish English

(ah knee MAWL)gallina chicken cara cara cluck cluckperro dog gua gua arf arf

(wow wow)pato duck cua cua quack quackborrego lamb behhh behhh bahhh bahhh

pollito little chick po po peep peepgallo rooster kikirik cock-a-

kikirik doodle-do

Guest SpeakersContact a pet store and invite a representative to bring a fewsmall pets that young children can look at and pet, such as arabbit, a mouse, and a guinea pig.

Audio RecordingsPatico-Patico en Infantiles por Hugo Lscano y Javier Galu,

Vol. 1 por Hugo Lscano.Los Pollitos en Lrica infantil con Jos-Luis Orozco, Volumen

4: Animales y movimiento por Jos-Luis Orozco.

VideosLeo, el retoo tardo and Leo the Late Bloomer. (6 minutes)Spot and His Grandparents Go to the Carnival. (30 minutes)

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Mision Posible: Espia lanaturaleza, bichos y reptiles! /Mission Possible: Spy Nature,

Bugs and Reptiles!

Books to ShareThe Desert is My Mother / El desierto es mi madre by Pat Mora.Un grillo en mi cocina by Margarita Robleda Moguel.Olmo y la mariposa azul by Alma Flor Ada.La oruga muy hambrienta and The Very Hungry Caterpillar by

Eric Carle.Salta, ranita, salta and Jump, Frog, Jump by Robert Kalan.Sana ranita, sana by Margarita Robleda Moguel.

Name TagsFlowerpot and cloud. (Patterns are included at the end of thischapter.)

RefreshmentsServe raisins and sunflower seed kernels. Tell the kids topretend they are eating pill bugs and ants. Serve apple juiceflavored with cinnamon sticks. In a pot, heat apple juice onlow and add a few cinnamon sticks. Stir and remove from heatafter it is warmed up.

FingerplaysLa hormiguita The Little Ant(Tradicional) (English translation by Rose

Trevio.)

Andaba la hormiguita A little ant waswalking (Fingers climb up your arm)

Juntando su comidita Gathering her food (Cup hands together)

Le coge un aguacerito When along came arainstorm (Use fingers to show a rainstorm)

Que corre para su casita So she ran towards home (Run fingers down your arm)

Y se meti en su covachita. And dove straight into heranthill.(Place fingers just under your bottom)

RhymesAgua Water(Tradicional) (English translation by Rose

Trevio.)

Agua con la que te baas Water you use it to batheLa que te moja al llover It wets you when it rains

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La que corre por los ros It flows through the riversLa que te gusta beber. And you like to drink it.

Grillo Cricket(Tradicional) (English translation by Rose

Trevio.)

En las noches fresquecitas On very cool nightsSuele alegrarnos un grillo a cricket brings us joyMe gusta escuchar su canto I like to hear his songCuando voy por el camino. When I go for a walk.

SongsLas hojitas Little Leaves(Tradicional) (English translation by Rose

Trevio.)

Las hojitas, las hojitas Little leaves, little leaveDe los rboles se caen, Fall from the trees,Viene el viento y las levanta The wind comes and lifts

themY se ponen a bailar And they swirl in a danceLa la la la la. La la la la la.

Que llueva! Its Raining!(Tradicional) (English translation by Rose

Trevio.)

Que llueva, que llueva! Its raining, its raining!La vieja de la cueva. The lady of the cave.

Los pajaritos cantan, The little birds are singing,Las nubes se levantan. The clouds are slowly rising.Que s, que no, Say yes, say no,Que caiga un chaparrn! Lets have a nice downpour,Que s, que no, Say yes, say no,Que canta el labrador! Sings the farm worker.

Las hormigas marchan(Spanish adaptation and translation by Rose Trevio. This isnot a word for word translation so that when they march two bytwo in the Spanish version, the little one d