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Learning Colors in Spanish

Learning Colors in Spanish is FUN with this FREE printable set including: flash cards, matching game, spanish worksheets, and more

Learning Colors in Spanish is FUN with this FREE printable set including: flash cards, matching game, spanish worksheets, and more #spanishforkids #spanishprintables #spanishcolors #kindergarten #kindergartenspanish

Learning Colors in Spanish

A fun introduction to another language is to teach words and concepts a child enjoys. If you are interested in teaching your child Spanish, a great way to begin is with color words. Color is all around us so it is easy to constantly refer to it so the child learns quickly. There are benefits to teaching children a second language at an early age. Benefits include a child’s ability to learn quickly, teaches a sense of tolerance and empathy, can expand his understanding of his native language, and it is said to help decrease cognitive decline in their older years.

Spanish Color Words

Spanish Color Words

In this free printable set to spanish colors words you will find:

Flash Cards:  Cut out the cards and use as flash cards. It is most effective if you quickly go over the flashcards giving the child the name of the color word in Spanish and then asking the child to repeat it. It should only take a few minutes. Do this a few times a day and you will quickly see the child know all the words.

Matching Game: Cut out the page with the color words in English. Combine these cards with the flash cards and shuffle. Place the cards face down. Have the child play memory matching the English and the Spanish words.

Color Word Match:  Cut out the color words at the bottom of the page and past them to the corresponding crayon at the top of the page.

Color the Crayons: Have your child read the color word in Spanish and then pick out the proper crayon. Finally, allow your child to color the crayon with the proper color.

Color and Write: Have your child say the name of the color as he writes the color name. Then have your child color the crayon the correct color.

As your child becomes proficient with color words you can add in more colors or other words of interest.

 

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