In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, here’s a list of Spanish Christian songs for kids. These musical resources certainly have helped our family. And I hope they’re a “hit” in your home and Sunday school classes too. Singing is a great way for children to begin a bilingual journey!
9 Awesome Spanish Christian Songs for Kids
By far, this is our family’s favorite kids band. We have a dance party with them daily. Plus, a lot of their songs are actually Bible stories. So as your kiddos listen and learn the song, they’re actually learning the important stories of some of our faith heroes.
2. Xtreme Kids
This is another favorite in our home. It has a similar sound and feel as Generacion 12 Kids: generally upbeat and fun to listen to for the whole family.
You may have heard of Yancy. This worship pastor saw a disconnect between kids worship and adult worship. So she started writing music that the whole family could worship with together. This is her “Little Praise Party” album in Spanish.
I first heard of these singers when I was on a mission trip to Nicaragua. We were working with a children’s ministry who used their songs. They sound a little like “Alvin and the Chipmunks” and are generally a fun pick for young kids.
This is exactly what it sounds like: Hillsong Kids in Spanish.
Songs for Saplings offers free music downloads, and their music is translated into multiple languages. The group has more of a folk-music feel.
This is probably what you think of when you think of kids music. Although the sounds may not suit your own tastes, your kids and students may just love it.
These are Sunday school classics in Spanish, plain and simple.
Have you heard of Hide ‘Em in Your Heart by Steve Green? This is that, in Spanish. Most of the songs are actually Bible verses. So as young listeners learn the song, they’re learning God’s Word too.
For more Spanish resources, check out Favorite Spanish Resources for Toddlers
What are your favorite Spanish Christian songs for kds? Please comment below so we can add to this list!
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