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Los Colores

negro - black
azul - blue
marrón (o café) - brown
gris - gray
verde - green
anaranjado - orange
rosado (o rosa) -  pink
morado - purple
rojo - red
blanco - white
amarillo - yellow


To hear the above colors pronounced, go to: Spanish Flashcards - Colors.

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Crayons with English and Spanish Felt Set

Introduce colors and their bilingual names using crayons. This beautiful set of felt crayons makes a perfect classroom teaching tool using Spanish overlay words. 10 crayons 2.5Introduce colors and their bilingual names using crayons. This beautiful set of felt crayons makes a perfect classroom teaching tool using Spanish overlay words. 10 crayons 2.5ö by 14ö. Includes lesson guide with resources and worksheets. Ages Pre-K.




You can practice more at: StoryPlace La Biblioteca Pre-escolar: Otros Temas by using the below online stories and/or activities.
1. Colores or Colors
2. Cinco Cocodrilos Hamreientos or 5 Hungry Crocodiles

There are masculine and feminine words in Spanish.  A red apple (Una manzana roja) would be roja instead of rojo.  Other examples are, an orange pumpkin (una calabaza anaranjada) or un tigre anaranjado. Anything ending with an o or an a are the words that can be changed to be masculine or feminie.


Los Números

1 uno
11 once
21 veinte y uno (veintiuno)
31 treinta y uno
50 cincuenta
500 quinientos(as)
2 dos
12 doce
22 veinte y dos (veintidos)
32 treinta y dos 60 sesenta
600 seiscientos(as)
3 tres
13 trece
23 veinte y tres (veintitres)
33 treinta y tres 70 setenta
700 setecientos(as)
4 cuatro
14 catorce
24 veinte y cuatro (veinticuatro)
34 treinta y cuatro 80 ochenta
800 ochoscientos(as)
5 cinco
15 quince
25 veinte y cinco (veinticinco)
35 treinta y cinco 90 noventa
900 novecientos(as)
6 seis
16 diez y seis (dieciseis)
26 veinte y seis (veintiseis)
36 treinta y seis 100 cien
1,000 mil
7 siete
17 diez y siete (diecisiete)
27 veinte y siete (veintisiete)
37 treinta y siete 101 ciento uno
10,000 diez mil
8 ocho
18 diez y ocho (dieciocho)
28 veinte y ocho (veintiocho)
38 treinta y ocho 200 doscientos(as)
100,000 cien mil
9 nueve
19 diez y nueve (diecinueve)
29 veinte y nueve (veintinueve)
39 treinta y nueve 300 trescientos(as) 50,000 quinientos mil
10 diez
20 veinte
30 treinta
40 cuarenta 400 cuatrocientos(as) 1,000,000 un millón

To listen to numbers through 100, go to: Spanish Flashcards - Spanish Numbers.

You can practice more at: StoryPlace La Biblioteca Pre-escolar: Otros Temas using the below online stories and/or activities.
1. Cinco Cocodrilos Hamreientos or 5 Hungry Crocodiles
2. Monos: Cuenta los plátanos or Monkeys: Count The Bananas.
3. Ositos de Peluche: 6 Ositos de Peluche or Teddy Bears: 6 Little Teddy Bears;
4. Bebés: Cinco Bebecitos or Babies: Five Little Babies