Short printable poems using Spanish color words for kids learning the language.

I wrote these simple rhymes with Spanish color words for my youngest learners. I mostly teach colors in the context of stories and games. These short poems and coloring sheets are an easy way to focus more specifically on Spanish color words and introduce other vocabulary.

I have posters of the rhymes with pictures and rectangles of color with the Spanish color words. We read the poem as a group, saying the color word together. After just a few times, they can chime in on many of the other words too.

The rhymes all follow the same pattern. These are the four that you can download and print using the links below.

El color rojo

La manzana es roja
Roja es la fresa.
La mariquita es roja
y también la cereza.

El color amarillo

El sol es amarillo.
Amarillo es el pollito.
El maíz es amarillo
y también el patito.

El color verde

La hoja es verde.
Verde es la oruga.
La iguana es verde
y también la lechuga.

El color azul

El mar es azul.
Azul es el pájaro.
El cielo es azul.
y también el arándano.

Spanish Color Words – Four-Line Rhymes to Color

El color rojo

El color amarillo

El color verde

El color azul

 

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