¿ Quién creó al hombre?
Have you ever learned something in another language that makes you take a second look? Instead of using made - the Spanish version uses created (connotating Ex Nihilo) and instead of say you - the Spanish version say "man" and I am guessing as the universal.
Question 1: Who made you? Answer: God
I wanted to add the Baby Catechism to my Itty Bittys Spanish Class - (just barely 3 to 4's ) So I thought that the translation would be something like "Quien lo hizo? Dios." I always quesiton about teaching heresy, so when teaching songs, scripture anything to do with God I get cautious and am very aware of my ignorance.
I love that even the little bit of Spanish I know brings me back to the question of When I ask - Who made you? or ¿ Quién creó al hombre? it begs the question of me - have I also taught the something from nothing concept- with the wonder of all that God has made- it's center stage when teaching little ones.
It's my goal to do Preguntas por ninos towards the end of each week - mostly because I like them, but I also need to learn them if I expect to not trip over them as I teach.