Learning to talk about rooms in a home is a great way to build vocabulary in early learners.
After all, we all live in some kind of home. And the earlier we can identify the rooms in it, the easier it is for us to appreciate where we live.
If you’re looking to build early vocabulary skills in English and Spanish-speaking students, these English and Spanish house vocabulary flashcards can help!
This set is a perfect resource for early literacy skills.
And, if you have ELL students in your class, this is a simple way to help them begin building their vocabulary in both languages!
Keep reading to see how to get your set.
And, for more Spanish literacy practice, check out our Spanish Alphabet Early Literacy Center!
Printable Spanish House Vocabulary Flashcards for Kids
- Printer (with ink)
- Laminator (optional)
- Glue stick (optional)
- Hook and loop adhesive coins (optional)
- Colored pencils (optional)
This vocabulary building activity includes flashcards, vocabulary labeling cards, and word labels for students.
Eight Spanish parts of a house vocabulary flashcards are inside.
Eight English parts of a house vocabulary flashcards are also included.
This set of house vocabulary flashcards is designed to be printed two-sided.
So you can print the Spanish house vocabulary words on one side and the English on the other.
When you cut them out, students can flip back and forth to practice each language.
A blackline version of both sets of cards is available.
And there are labeling cards for students to match up the vocabulary words in both languages with the correct pictures.
There’s a Spanish pronunciation guide inside too!
How to Use Spanish House Vocabulary Flashcards with Students
You can use these Spanish vocabulary cards in several ways.
Go through the English and Spanish flashcards with the class. Try to enunciate each word as you read it.
You can even ask the class: “What part of the house is this?”
Let them respond and then walk them through pronouncing the written English or Spanish vocabulary word on the card.
Use the vocabulary labeling activity as a one-time cut and paste activity.
Or you can laminate it and attach hook and loop adhesive coins to make it reusable!
If you have students who are already writing, you can laminate the labeling cards and let them practice the correct vocabulary word on each card with dry erase markers.
Hand out the blackline cards and let students color the pictures. Then laminate them for review.
Place the two-sided English and Spanish cards on a ring and pair them with the labeling activity for self-checking at centers!
Get a look at this resource in action in the video below!
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