Inside: A free snowy winter scavenger hunt printable worksheet available in Spanish and English for kids. The perfect activity for the classroom or at home.
Today, I am inviting you to go outdoors with this FREE winter scavenger hunt, available in Spanish and English. But, before you go out, don’t forget to ask your kids to suit up for the cold by going to search for the necessary winter clothing on this list!
Teachers, this is the perfect homework activity to get your students off their virtual devices and out into nature!
For vocabulary practice to prepare your students for the snowy scavenger hunt in Spanish, I have winter flashcards in Spanish that you will also have access to once you subscribe at the end of this post.
Enjoy, and get outdoors! Below are some more winter activities that you might like!
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Words that come on this Winter scavenger hunt in Spanish
Below is a list of words that can be found on both the Spanish and the English version of the scavenger hunt! Do the hunt in both languages for some bilingual practice! Or, simply keep it in the minority language for more reinforcement!
You can print out multiple copies for the neighborhood friends and ask them to join in a play too!
- El hielo | Ice
- Una pala | Shovel
- Una bufanda | Scarf
- La nieve | Snow
- Unos guantes | Gloves
- Un carámbano | Icicles
- Un gorro | Hat
- Un copo de nieve | Snowflake
- Un chocolate cliente | Hot chocolate
- Unas botas | Boots
- Unos calcetines | socks
- Un abrigo | Jacket
- Un muñeco de nieve | Snowman
- Un trineo | sled
How can you get your free winter scavenger hunt?
If you are already a subscriber, these free activities will shortly make their way to your inbox.
If you are new to Lorena & Lennox, Bilingual Beginnings, or have been shy to subscribe, you can do so at the end of this post. Not only will you receive exclusive access to this snowy winter scavenger hunt, but other seasonal and holiday-related activities in Spanish for kids as well!
If you do not wish to subscribe— I understand. My inbox gets jammed as well— you can purchase these printables for a small charge at my TPT site here. Either way, you are helping to support this blog!!!
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