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by Sara-Elizabeth Cottrell on Dec 9, 2020

FREEBIE: Winter color-by-number Spanish activity for kids!

It’s beginning to look a lot like WINTER!

Whether you’ve seen your first feet of snow or have yet to experience the wonder of those white flakes falling where you are, there’s no denying that winter can bring some serious fun and celebration! As we see the Christmas lights twinkling down the streets and think about sharing time with family and friends (even if it is on Zoom!), let us gift a little Calico Spanish magic to your young Spanish learners.

In the first of these two FREE printable PDFs, kids can use Spanish color and number vocabulary to color in a fun winter scene with Raúl el ratón gris trying not to fall on the ice. (Raúl from Level C and César el cerdo rosado are a lot alike – César spends a lot of Level D recovering from a fall on the ice!)

The other free printable PDF shows María la mona amarilla, one of the first [email protected] kids meet in Level A of Stories, as she sorts through Christmas ornaments to add to her festive tree. Again, children use their skills with Spanish color words and number words to color the image correctly.

Just click the image to download the PDF.

OR CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD.

We hope you and your young learners enjoy this gift from us. Happy holidays- whether you’re twirling in the snow or basking in the sun, our sincere wish is for you to experience all the peace, joy, and hope the season can bring!

Ready to get your learners started on the most engaging, effective elementary Spanish curriculum available? Share our curriculum with them now! Explore the first full lesson here, and then sign up for a free trial to try out 8 full units for 7 days. With 200+ hours of planned lesson content at affordable and flexible pricing, Calico Spanish is ready to support you and your learners today.

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Sara-Elizabeth Cottrell
Sara-Elizabeth Cottrell is a homeschool mom of three bilingual children. She’s also a Spanish teacher and the COO and chief storyteller for Calico Spanish.

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