Dos Elefantes

Teaching Your Child Numbers in Spanish

Teaching numbers in Spanish? Here is a simple and effective song to teach los numeros en Espanol to your little one.

Like many Spanish songs for children, some of the lyrics in this song vary from country to country. The Mexican version, the most popular in the U.S.A., starts with one elephant and says: “Un elefante se balanceaba sobre la tela de una araña, como veía que resistía fue a llamar a otro elefante.” Which means: one elephant balanced on the web of a spider, and when he saw that it held him, he called another elephant.

The version from Spain, also the one I learned growing up in Colombia says: “Un elefante se balanceaba sobre la tela de una araña, como la tela se resistía fueron a llamar a un camarada.” which means: they went to call another friend instead of another elephant.

Dos Elefantes Lyrics

Dos elefantes se balanceban sobre la tela de una araña,
como la tela se resistía fueron a llamar a un camarada.

Tres elefantes se balanceaban sobre la tela de una araña,
como la tela se resistía fueron a llamar a un camarada.

Cuatro elefantes se balanceaban sobre la tela de una araña,
como la tela se resistía fueron a llamar a un camarada.

Continue using all the numbers you want to introduce.

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