Free Los Colores activity set

This free printable activity set covers a dozen different colors in Spanish:

  • negro, blanco, gris (black, white, grey)
  • marrón, rojo, rosa (brown, red, pink)
  • anaranjado/naranja, amarillo, verde (orange, yellow, green)
  • azul, morado, azul claro (blue, purple, light blue)


The set features 2 different types of posters and 4 different types of cards, for a variety of Los Colores — Colors in Spanish activities including:

  • use posters and/or cards as wall displays
  • use cards as flashcards
  • match cards (Spanish word to color square or color object)
  • use cards as “memory” style matching game, “go fish” or “rummy” games


Sample pages from this packet — click to view larger:

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Click Here to open the Los Colores free activity set.

Please remember that this set is to be used for your own personal home or classroom use only and may not be distributed to anyone else except to your own students in printed format.

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2 Responses to Free Los Colores activity set

  1. Marina says:

    Correction: The color orange is anaranjado, not naranja. Naranja is the fruit.

    • mirror_eyes says:

      Hi there. This debate has been raging for years. A growing number of Spanish educators are teaching naranja (for the color AND the fruit). In most of the color sets, I have included alternate pages — one showing naranja and one showing anaranjado, for everyone’s convenience. In some sets, I also include café/marrón and rosa/rosado. 🙂