Canciones de los dias de la semana
It is assumed that in the early ages of mankind, when humans discovered the solar cycle, they realized that one could measure the elapsed time and age of a person by the number of steps from winter to spring that they had lived through. When the annual cycle became better known, it could be divided into 4 quarterly seasons (more or less conventional, since the seasons never lasted the same amount of time nor were they exactly the same).
The Latin names of the gods related to the moving stars of the firmament are the translation of the Greek names, which in turn are adaptations of Babylonian names, which go back to the Sumerians. The most known hypothesis about the origin of the gods is that they are the same as the Sumerians.
The best known hypothesis about the origin of the order of the planets is the following: if the planets are arranged according to the erroneous knowledge -from a geocentric astronomy- that the ancients had of their respective distances to the Earth -actually of how long they took to give a complete cycle in relation to the background of stars-, the order (from far to near, or from slowest to fastest) would be:
Round of the vowels
My list of favorites this time is about songs of the days of the week. There are thousands of songs that talk about each of the days of the week so staying with just one for each day is a bit complicated. So I will talk in general about the songs of each day and then I will tell you a little more about the chosen one.
Wednesday is like the passing of the Equator in the work week and that’s why the feeling is that you wait for it to arrive for the consolation that it’s getting closer. That’s more or less what Lisa Loeb said in Waiting For Wednesday. However, for this day I have chosen one of my favorite geniuses: John Frusciante.
Thursday is a day when you neither come nor go, that’s why the singers haven’t paid much attention to it either, perhaps reserving themselves for the weekend. Nevertheless, a marvel awaits us at the end of the corridor…
And from one of my favorite geniuses to another… and I’ll take my chances. This great song, originally written by Bowie for the video game Omikron, the nomad soul, is based on the title of Eartha Kitt’s autobiography, which was one of Bowie’s favorite books when he was a kid.
Days of the Week Songs While it is important to understand the concept of the days of the week, it is also important to memorize the names of the days. Singing a song that names each day and repeats it is a great way to reinforce the lesson. Here are some songs you can try.
Days of the week! (snap, snap) Days of the week! (snap, snap) Days of the Week! Days of the Week! Days of the Week! Days of the Week! Days of the Week! (snap, snap) There’s Sunday and there’s Monday, There’s Tuesday and there’s Wednesday, There’s Thursday and there’s Friday, And then there’s Saturday! Days of the week! (snap, snap) Days of the week! (snap, snap) Days of the week! Days of the week! Days of the week! Days of the week! Days of the week! (snap, snap)
There are seven days, there are seven days, There are seven days in the week. There are seven days, there are seven days, There are seven days in the week. Sunday Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday Friday Saturday! Sunday Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday Friday Saturday!
A Word from Verywell It is fairly easy to incorporate this lesson into your family’s daily life. Use simple experiences and activities that your preschooler can relate to and get excited about, and he will learn much faster than you expect.
The days of the week joy
Generally, a day is the time from sunrise to sunset. Also, a day is the time it takes for Planet Earth to make one revolution around its axis. This covers a period of 24 hours. And a week is seven days, that is, seven revolutions of the Earth on its axis.
The names of the days of the week are: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For some people, the first day of the week is Sunday, for others Monday. Even for many people the first day of the week is Saturday.
A fun and effective way to learn is through song. So, between Che-ché, Potoco and me, we created this song to learn the days of the week in an easy way. The lyrics of the song go like this: