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Fall/ Otoņo
Submitted by: Paula Gonzales, Cy-Fair
• Bi-lingual
Autumn/ Otoņo by:JoAnn Early Macken
Jump into the fall season and discover changes that bring playing with leaves, playing football and eating pumpkin pie.
El primer otono de Clifford by:Norman Bridwell
Enjoy learning about the fall season with Clifford the big red dog.
When Autumn Falls by:Kelli Nidey
Learn about various objects that fall during this season, like leaves from trees.
Las hojitas/ Little Leaves
Las hojitas, las hojitas (pick arms up)
De los arboles se caen (put arms down)
Viene el viento (swing arms in the air)
Y las levanta (pick arms up)
Y se ponen a jugar. (spin around)

Little leaves, small leaves (pick arms up)
Fall from the trees.(put arms down)
The winds blow and leaves float(swing arms in the air)
and leaves dance around and around.(spin around)

Traditional Spanish rhynme.
English Translation by Paula Gonzales
Uno, dos, tres, CHO
Uno dos, tres, CO!
Uno, dos, tres, LA!
Uno, dos, tres, TE!
Chocolate! chocolate!
Bate, bate, chocolate!
Bate, bate, bate, bate
Bate, bate,

One,two, three CHO
One,two, three CO!
One,two, three LA!
One,two, three TE!
Chocolate! chocolate!
Bate, bate, chocolate!
Bate, bate, bate, bate
Bate, bate,
(Rub the palms of your hands together througout the entire rhyme, when you get to the bate! word, move you hands faster)
There are many great ideas for fall season crafts. Please go to the following website to access these ideas.
Another option to enhance your program is to incorporate a basket of fall silk leaves and throwing the leaves in the air while saying the "Las hojitas" rhyme. The kids like to see the leaves float in the air and at the end of the rhyme, they like to help pick up the leaves and put them back in the basket.