This Spanish activity book from Mundo de Pepita has games and crafts to engage children during the summer.

Summer is in full swing, and as part of the Spanish summer reading and language program, Mundo de Pepita is sharing a free printable Spanish activity book for beginning learners.

You can find more excellent resources including a great selection of mini-books on the Mundo de Pepita TpT store. Their mini-books are perfect for Spanish summer reading!

Spanish Activity Book from Mundo de Pepita

The Spanish activity book has a variety of language activities. You’ll find a grocery list to practice food vocabulary, a word search with summer words, and a bingo game with vocabulary for things kids see on the road. Kids can also practice numbers by playing rayuela.

The Spanish activity book also includes ways to explore culture from Spanish-speaking countries. There is a recipe for paletas de fresa and a craft activity for making a mola. Mundo de Pepita includes links to videos related to these cultural activities, too.

Download your free Spanish summer fun activity book from Mundo de Pepita..

Check out all our Free Printable Spanish Books for Kids for more printable books, mini-books and stories with cutouts and activities.

More Spanish Activity Book Resources

  • Try this free book of fun and practical activities for teaching children Spanish. ¡Aprendo jugando! Actividades de Español para niños y niñas de 6 a 9 años (I Learn by Playing! Spanish Activities for Boys and Girls from 6 to 9).
  • The blog Aula PT has links to printable Spanish activity book sites.
  • The blog Fichas para infantil y primaria is also a good resource. It has a Banco de lecturas for several different levels. Scroll down and click on the image of Lecturas-Primer Ciclo, Lecturas-Segundo Ciclo, or Lecturas-Tercer Ciclo.
  • Finally, El club de los pitagorines is the blog of 3º y 4º  CPEIP José Luis De Arrese de Corella, Narvarra, Spain. You will find Spanish activity book links for three different levels.
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