Yesterday, we shared our Hello Song flip chart! Now, I wanted to add to the flip chart with our printable Hello song languages cheat sheet! If you didn’t grab yesterday’s flip chart, head back to do that so you’ll be ready for this fun combination when you have a guest or visitor!
Hello Song Languages Cheat Sheet
I took cues from my Primary and what their most requested and favorite languages to add to the Hello Song seem to be. The most requested hellos are:
- German: Guten Tag
- French: Bonjour
- Spanish: Hola
Those are the top 3, but I had a few others in mind that I thought the kids would enjoy – so I added:
- English: Howdy
- Japanese: Konnichiwa
- Hindi: Namaste
The hello cheat sheet has a flag to represent a country, the language name, and the hello! Then, the kids can just point to one of the flags if they’re a non-reader or in the Senior Primary they can pick and choose their favorite by country, language, flag, or hello!