A song about the gender of nouns in Spanish
A song in English and Spanish explaining that all nouns in Spanish have gender and are either masculine or feminine. It uses body parts to explain that masculine words use ‘el’ for the, and feminine words use ‘la’. It also shows that the gender of the person doesn’t matter. Nouns ending in o are usually masculine (el) and nouns ending in a are normally feminine (la) although there are exceptions like la mano (the hand) The screen background is red with yellow writing for feminine words and the screen is yellow with red writing for masculine words, matching the T-shirts worn by the children.