Meet Juana la Iguana!
Juana la Iguana is joining the “Ice cream We LOVE ” celebration at Books and Books Bal Harbour to support the fundraising event that will benefit Holtz Children’s Hospital.
Come this Saturday Jan 13th and support the event while meeting Juana la Iguana and enjoying storytelling by our Tapirote the pirate.
12:30pm – 1:30pm – 2:30pm
The World of Juana la Iguana
Juana la Iguana is a character that leads children to live
inspiring adventures full of magic and good teachings.
Juana entertains and teaches children through videos,
apps, music, theater and more.
Juana la Iguana is an entertainment and learning platform that instills educational and global values to pre-school children
in Spanish and English through a YouTube Channel. There you will find musical videos, live show chapters, arts and crafts,
and a whole world of activities to do as a family. The channel offers the best content you can find.
Juana la Iguana in the Farm
Want to meet my friends from the farm? Come and play with Juana la Iguana. Classify tropical fruits, exercise your memory and sing with Juana. But be careful! Tapirote the pirate is going to try and sabotage your game. As a bonus, you can download free songs and activities to enjoy with your family.
Juana la Iguana at the Beach
Play with cute seals, beautiful seahorses, friendly sharks and dancing dolphins. Decide what you should take with you for a day at the beach. But beware – the pirate Tapirote wants to dump garbage on the sand. So, who will win? You or the pirate? Meet this new friend and download a trip to the Caribbean. Songs and activities for the family are free.
Juana la Iguana in School
A Recommended App by Parents’ Choice Awards
My app has been recognized by the Parents’ Choice organization as a “Recommended App.” This organization is one of the most prestigious groups in the United States for consumer guidance on high-quality children’s media. I am super-happy about this great honor, and I am super-duper proud of making so many kids and their parents happy.
This is a collection of stories based on children’s Spanish songs that feature rhythms and melodies of Hispanic tradition in a modern version.
These traditional songs that have been passed from generation to generation, foster memorization and stimulate imagination.
In this entertaining story Juana la Iguana engages readers to act with their little ones to promote curiosity and memorization. This bilingual book is also a great tool to teach another language to children.
This book is based on the show Juana la Iguana, The Musical. The story evolves around the musical notes that have disappeared from the pentagram and how Juana and her friends embark on an adventure to rescue them. This is a perfect book to expose the kids to musical concepts.
In this entertaining bilingual story Juana la Iguana engages readers to learn the concepts of numbers and values. Based on colorful and cute characters, the book engages children’s minds to anticipate the numbers and encourages their participation in the story.
Juana la Iguana has the most complete collection of traditional Latin American children’s music. After a great research work, we collected all that wonderful music that belongs equally to all Spanish-speaking countries. With happy and sticky rhythms and arrangements, Juana la Iguana offers the music that children prefer.
These are traditional Hispanic songs with which we grew in our countries. They have entertaining rhythms and melodies and belong to the Latin American folklore. These melodies are a common language among the Spanish speaking countries.
The best Christmas songs for children are in this wonderful CD for the whole family. The songs are in three languages, Spanish, English and Portuguese.
Here is the score of the show “The Mystery of the Musical Notes”. An innovative CD sung in Spanish and English. Children learn and practice both languages while dancing and singing very well known songs like Little Chicks Say Pio Pio.
Our platform offers high quality content that is fun, engaging, innovative and culturally relevant for children 2 to 6 years old.
We believe that bilingual parents want to transmit their values and their culture to their children in a mobile and global world.