To answer a few questions that were asked in the comments:
I charge for the classes (although I offer a free trial class for anyone that wants to try it out)
Each week there has been a different number of students. Only 3 students have officially signed up for the classes, but my classes have ranged from 4-9 children in the classes. I have my two older girls in the classes as well. I hope to get more committed students if I decide to continue in the Fall. I have advertised in the Spanish speaking moms group that I am a part of. Another homeschooler that is part of my church also has her daughter in the class. I use so many different resources. If you didn't notice my hobby is finding all the music, DVD's and activities to teach my kids Spanish. I have written about products (CD's and DVD's) I use in the past.
**I like using lots of repetition. A lot of the activities are the same as last week or build on each other. This way the children feel comfortable with what they have learned and really learn it :)
Parts of the Body Part 2
Song: Buenos Dias by Jose-Luis Orozco
Game: Como te llamas? This is a good way to introduce everyone if there are new faces :) We patted our laps 2 times, clapped our hands 2 times and repeated again and again to keep in rhythm. We would say to the beat Como te llamas tu? and each child would say Yo me Llamo... (or I would say it with them) to the beat.
Puppet: La tortuga came out. I had him sleeping and all the children had to yell "Despiertate" so he would wake up. It took them 3 times to tell him to wake up before he actually woke up :).
Then he asked for their help in finding the parts of his body. The children showed him where ojos, boca, cabeza and manos are. They all touched their eyes and then one child got to touch the tortuga's eyes.
Song: Cabeza, cara hombros pies (I love this version because there are only 4 parts of the body they need to know.) We sang this song only 3 times. Each time the kids picked a card that would have a different way to sing it (sad, happy, loud, soft)
Activity: Senor papa comes out again. They gave him a face by pulling things out of the bag. Then we played a game where all the children closed their eyes and I took one part of the face away. They all opened their eyes and they had to answer. Que le falta al senor papa?
Song: El Baile de Las Manos
Game: Bingo! I made the exact same bingo sheets with the same 8 parts of the body, but I just switched which square the pictures were in. I called out each picture and before they could put a cheerio on their picture, they had to say the word. Then after it was finished, they got to eat their nine cheerios!
Song: Los Ninos Cuando Bailan. I love the Whistlefritz A Bailar CD. It's very fun like Jose-Luis Orozco.
Reading Song: We always sing a little song I made up before we read our stories. It is magical, they are so quiet! I will have to record it sometime.
Activity: I brought out a sleeping baby doll. They had to touch the different parts of the body that were told in the story.
Craft: I bought butcher paper from Lakeshore Learning. The children each laid down on the big sheets and the moms outlined them. They then had to color their ojos, nariz, pelo, etc. Even if the drawings ended up looking like monsters, they loved it :)
I hope you will use these ideas in your classrooms and homes! I am also giving my student's moms a link to this so they can practice fingerplays or activities with their children at home.