Spanish Winter El Invierno Vocabulary Coloring Pages - Printable

During el invierno, I like to wear cozy clothing and hope for snowy weather. I also like to extend my student’s vocabulary by teaching them new words during these winter months or when teaching seasons in Spanish.

Want to enrich and engage Spanish learners at home, in the classroom, or virtually?

These Spanish Winter vocabulary coloring pages provide creative, engaging Spanish enrichment!

Spanish Winter Vocabulary Coloring Pages

Full Worksheet Set Description

Spanish Winter El Invierno Teachers Pay Teachers Vocabulary Coloring Pages - Printable

This differentiated, 17-page worksheet set (sold on Teachers Pay Teachers) includes bilingual, immersion, text and no text versions:

  • Word Match & Coloring Sheet – Spanish & English
    • 2 Versions of 12 squares
    • 2 Versions of 9 squares
  • Word Match & Coloring Sheet – Spanish Only
    • 2 Versions of 12 squares
    • 2 Versions of 9 squares
  • Answer Key
  • Coloring Sheet Only
    • 2 Versions of 12 squares
    • 2 Versions of 9 squares
  • 4 Blank Templates

These worksheet variations allow you to use them with various grades, ages, and Spanish proficiency levels.

This set includes these words in Spanish and images:

  • mittens
  • snowflake
  • boots
  • hot chocolate
  • to ice skate
  • ice skates
  • coat
  • snowman
  • reindeer
  • penguin
  • scarf
  • pine tree

How to Use These Winter Spanish Coloring Pages


For older students, use either the translated or immersion text versions. Learners will match the words in the text box above to the correct picture by writing the number in the small box.

Don’t forget to color!

Each version with text comes with with a visual answer key.

For coloring, I used the following colors:

  • Clipart: brown, yellow, tan, purple, blue, green and red
  • Boxes (optional): red, dark blue, magenta, and brown

Speaking Practice

Learners can sing, chant, whisper, or yell the words while they’re coloring!

Some sentences that can be used with these vocabulary words include:

  1. “Hay un/una/unos/unas ________.” (I see a/an ________.)
  2. “Quiero el/la/los/las ___________.” (I want the _______.)
  3. “El/la/los/las ______ es/son _____.” (The ____ is/are ____.) using colors, sizes, and other adjectives


Either before, during, or after coloring, you can also practice:

  • colors
  • numbers
  • body parts
  • names
  • shapes
  • personal preferences

Where to Purchase

You can purchase this full 17-page differentiated set on Teachers Pay Teachers.

If you would like to purchase one sheet for personal use (a family activity, to color yourself, etc.) I’m working on getting my online store up! For now, you can contact me for pricing.

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