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Preschool Corner ~ Spanish Printables

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Aside from our normal daily routine ~ handwriting, reading together, math, science projects and fun I put together a few printables for the boys to work on Spanish color words.

Of course, I’m going to share them with you too! Want to know a little more?

They aren’t anything fancy, but just a little something to start the boys with some Spanish and also tie in colors.

Spanish Color Matching Cards

The first set of printables is a Spanish version of the color matching cards that I made earlier. It includes 11 different colors: rojo, anaranjado, amarillo, verde, azul, morado, rosado, marron, gris, negro, and blanco. Each page has a card with the base color & Spanish word and then five picture cards of items that are that color.

Spanish Color Matching Cards

The last page also includes some alternative color words for the colors orange, pink, brown, white and purple since there are a few people that use different words for those colors. Download the Spanish Color Matching cards here.

Spanish/English Color Matching Cards

These cards are designed to help your child practice matching colors using Spanish words. There are 8 pages containing 11 dif-ferent colors in this set. One of the cards shows the color word in English and the other color word is in Spanish. image

Additional color word cards are provided that do not include a color
sample so that your child can learn to match the actual words together and identify the words. Download the Spanish/English Color Matching cards here

You can find other Color Printables on my website and a bunch of other fun preschool printables here ~ have fun sorting by category!

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