Can someone give me some useful Spanish words or phrases that I can use with a 6 year old?

I am going to be working with a kindergartner from Barcelona, and I need some help communicating with her. I am in High School and am learning Spanish, so I know grammar pretty well, but it is really hard to understand her sometimes because I don't know vocabulary that is useful enough. I also don't know any "slang" like terms, so what ever help I can get is appreciated! (: I also need to know verbs such as "bite", "kick" and "push" so if she acts up (which is likely...) i can tell her not to do these things. Thank you!

Update:

I think i forgot to say that i am in a spanish 3 honors class, so i do know a decent amount of spanish, just not enough useful vocabulary words.

but thanks to those who have helped already (:

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  • Dena
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    Lo siento

    loh see-ehn-toh

    I'm sorry ...... this is an excellent one!

  • 3 years ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    De Nada - your welcome

    Hella Tite- cool, interesting

    Source(s): Yahoo search
  • 1 decade ago

    dont bite would be "no muerdas"

    dont kick "no patees"

    "no empujes" would be dont push.

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