La Vaca Lola

Karaoke Songs for Kids

Children’s song, Spain.

“La Vaca Lola” is a song that is very easy to sing, ideal for teaching Spanish to preschoolers. In fact, this is one of the most popular nursery rhymes in Spain.

Three keywords (“vaca”, “cabeza”, “cola”) are repeated more times, and there you have their first Spanish song!

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La Vaca Lola Karaoke Video with Lyrics


La vaca Lola, la vaca Lola,
Tiene cabeza y tiene cola,
La vaca Lola, la vaca Lola,
Tiene cabeza y tiene cola,
y hace “muu.”

La Vaca Lola karaoke
(Free MP3 download)

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“La Vaca Lola” (instrumental, 1:35 – 2/4 – 68 bpm)

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MP4 Video File | Free Download

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La Vaca Lola Sheet music with chords

To save this free music sheet of “La Vaca Lola” to your computer, right click (or tap and hold, on mobile devices) and choose “Save Image As…”.

La Vaca Lola Sheet Music

Free Printable PDF with Lyrics and Sheet Music

To download a ready-to-print PDF of this song for music activities with a music sheet, lyrics and a drawing for kids to paint, right click (or tap and hold) on the following link, then choose “Save link as…”.

“La Vaca Lola” free PDF download – Singing Bell

La Vaca Lola Teaching idea & activities

“La Vaca Lola” is the ideal song to teach dance and Spanish to preschoolers! Dance along with the children and don’t forget to ask everyone to improvise their own dance, while the others keep the rhythm:

clap (quarter)  –  lap/lap (eighth/eighth), or long (clap)  –  short/short (lap/lap)

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