Free Spanish Worksheets: Christmas Words – Palabras de Navidad

It’s the holiday season and today we have some Christmas word cards and worksheets for those of you who are helping your kids to learn Spanish!

This year, I teamed up with Sra. Morato from Homeschool Spanish Curriciulum. We’ve been working together to create a series of  free Spanish worksheets for you.  This is the 5th post in this series. :)  Let me turn this post over to Sra. Morato:

Feliz Navidad! (Merry Christmas)

I am so glad Liesl gave me the opportunity to share this Christmas post with you all.  For the Hispanic culture, Christmas time is one of the most exciting celebrations Hispanics families look forward to celebrating every year.

First lets enjoy the music!

Second Enjoy learning Christmas vocabulary

As always, Liesl has created the most fantastic worksheets to make learning meaningful and fun! Enjoy the season and Feliz Navidad!

FREE Spanish Worksheets: Christmas Words Palabras de Navidad

Spanish Christmas Worksheets - Palabras de Navidad

Extra Vocabulary

Here are some extra vocabulary words that are related to Christmas in the Hispanic culture.

  • Decoration                  las decoraciones
  •    Star                             la estrella
  •    Lights                         las luces
  • Christmas cake          la tarta de Reyes
  • Christmas card          la tarjeta de Navidad
  • Christmas carol         el villancico
  • Christmas Day           el día de Navidad
  • Christmas Eve            la Nochebuena
  • Christmas present     un regalo de Navidad
  • Christmas pudding    el pudín de Navidad
  • Epiphany                    la Epifanía

 

  • Nativity Scene                  El nacimiento
  • Baby Jesus                   El Niño Jesus
  • Happy New Year!      ¡Feliz año nuevo!
  • manger                       el pesebre
  • Merry Christmas!      ¡Feliz Navidad!
  • Midnight Mass           la misa del gallo
  • mistletoe                    el muérdago o el calcetín
  • New Year’s Day         el día de Año Nuevo
  • New Year’s Eve          la noche vieja
  • present                       un regalo
  • Santa Claus                 San Nicolás, Papá Noel
  • snow                           la nieve
  • toy                               un juguete
  • Twelfth Night             la Noche de Reyes
  • white Christmas        la blanca navidad

If your child is already taking or thinking about taking Spanish 1 course I created this PDF guide about what to expect and what your child needs to learn the first year of Spanish. Feel free to request it:   Click Here to Subscribe to receive your Guide: First Year of Spanish- What to expect.

It’s Liesl here!  A huge thank you to Sra. Morato for helping to put together these fun Spanish worksheets! I don’t speak Spanish, so I’m grateful to have a the opportunity to work with Sra. Morato to put this series together for all of you!!  Be sure to visit some of the other free Spanish printables we’ve made for you this year:

Calendar-Page-Spanish-English-La Página de calendario de Hoy-video

Number-Matching-Pages-1-to-20-English-Spanish-German-French

spanish-fruits-vegetables-las-frutas-y-los-vegetales-worksheet-cards

fall-words-spanish-worksheets

free-spanish-worksheet-the-body-el-cuerpo

  • Coming up next (probably!) winter words (January 2017), words of friendship and love (February 2017)!

If you have any requests as you introduce your child to the Spanish language, let us know!

See you again soon here or over at our Homeschool Den Facebook Page! Don’t forget to Subscribe to our Homeschool Den Newsletter. And, be sure to visit Sra. Morato’s website HomeschoolSpanishCurriculum.com

Happy Homeschooling!
~Liesl and Sra. Morato

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2 Responses

  1. Anne Herzeg says:

    Thank you so much! I really want to improve my very basic Spanish and teach my teenagers Spanish.

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