New Videos: I Like Tacos! and The Subway Song

Howdy, friends. Popping in this week to make sure you saw the last two videos I uploaded on our YouTube channel. If you haven’t done so already, feel free to subscribe to our channel and click the bell notification to get an email every time I upload a video (never more than once a week, I promise!).

The first video is one of my new favourites for any age! Have a listen to “I Like Tacos!”

Here’s what I love about this song:

  • You can change the food to any food. Try incorporating foods from different cultures to increase your everyday diversity in storytime.
  • You can use it with any age. With babies I have the caregivers point to the baby’s body part. With toddlers and preschoolers I have them pat their legs with me.
  • You can change the first line to an adjective + noun. For example, “Red tomatoes, I like red tomatoes.”

Kat from the Brampton Public Library in Ontario for sent us this public transportation version of The Elevator Song. We have one of the best public transportation systems in the world in Vancouver IMO, and families use it often so I am loving this way to highlight it.

So fun! Practice hopping forwards and backwards for an extra workout.

Got any new songs you are loving at the moment? Hit me up in the comments.

4 thoughts on “New Videos: I Like Tacos! and The Subway Song

    1. Thank you! She was insistent about being in the videos for the first time ever. They were filmed last year but she had just learned about the concept of being famous. Haha!

  1. I’m going to be doing a kids program we are calling Cooking as a Second Language to immerse kids in another culture through food. I Love Tacos is definitely going to be worked in! Thanks!

    1. That sounds like an awesome program! We have such strict food safety rules (not necessarily a bad thing) about handling foods ourselves that I’m limited to pre-packaged foods. Glad the Taco Song will fit in well 🙂

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