6 easy beginner Spanish worksheets

6 easy beginner Spanish worksheets

by Alison Maciejewski Cortez

Updated November 4, 2022

Worksheets are a great way to practice Spanish at your own pace. Some beginner Spanish worksheets don’t offer explanations or examples, but can be useful. Start by studying a Spanish language topic to gain a full understanding. Next, apply what you’ve learned by doing a beginner Spanish worksheet. You need to figure out what topics to study before you look for the worksheets. This article will give you six easy topics, online resources, and the tools you need to create quality worksheets in the future.

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Study first

As a beginner learner of Spanish you need to know where to start. Don’t jump right into a worksheet until you’ve studied the topic first. Topics like the alphabet, greetings, numbers, verbs, body parts, and subject pronouns are the first topics you need to study. 

The linked articles above will help you with a basic understanding of the topic before you do your worksheet. Start listening to beginner podcasts for learning Spanish or watch Netflix in Spanish so you can hear Spanish being spoken.

Spanish worksheets online

It can be challenging to find quality, easy Spanish worksheets for beginners online. Start out with beginner Spanish to English worksheets that have both languages. Here are six free worksheets to start with:

  1. The Alphabet worksheet
  2. Spanish greetings worksheet
  3. Spanish numbers worksheet
  4. Spanish verbs worksheet
  5. Beginner body parts in Spanish worksheet
  6. Subject pronouns Spanish worksheet

The six linked sites above provide free, downloadable beginner Spanish worksheets. After you master these subjects, browse more worksheets to help you practice topics such as time, verb conjugation, family, and more.

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DIY beginner Spanish worksheets

You know the old saying. Give a woman a fish and feed her for a day; teach her to fish and feed her for a lifetime. Learning to DIY your study tools is a rewarding skill.

Making your own beginner Spanish worksheets is the best way to study and practice. DIY worksheets help you focus and remember vocabulary. They also help you to build good learning habits that will be crucial as you continue your Spanish learning journey.

Here are some fun and easy instructions on how to make your own beginner Spanish worksheets based on the main six topics. Always have a teacher, friend, or colleague check your work afterwards. Better yet, how about creating a worksheet for a language exchange buddy so you can both practice?

Alphabet worksheet

Write all 27 letters of the Spanish alphabet in a vertical line. Next to each letter, write 3 words in Spanish that begin with that letter. Here is how to begin.

  • A – abuela, amor, alegría
  • B – bueno, balón, boca

Spanish greetings worksheet

At the top of the paper, write six phrases that you know to greet someone in Spanish, such as Hola! and ¿Qué tal? Below these phrases, draw four characters: a woman, a student, a man, dog. Draw a line between each person and choose which greeting is best between these two people. Speak the words out loud.

Spanish numbers worksheet

On a paper, number lines 1 – 10. On your phone or computer, open a random number generator. Generate ten numbers and write them down. Write out the numbers in Spanish words like quinientos treinta y ocho five hundred and thirty eight. Say them out loud. 

Spanish verbs worksheet

Draw 10 stick figures doing various things such as eating, sleeping, dancing, reading. Under each figure write the verb. Alternatively, write the letters of the alphabet in a line and think of all the verbs you know for each letter.

Beginner body parts in Spanish worksheet

This is a fun one. Draw a human figure as large as your paper. It doesn’t have to be perfect, a stick figure will do. Label all the parts that you know. Any parts you don’t know, look them up and label your figure until it’s full. There are plenty of examples for the human body worksheet to use as inspiration.

Subject pronouns Spanish worksheet

Draw yourself, a man, a woman, two people together, and you with another person. Label each figure with the subject pronouns: yo (I), (you), él (he), ella (she), nosotros (we) and ustedes (you all). Write the same sentence with each pronoun: Yo voy a la tienda, Tú vas a la tienda, Él va a la tienda, etc.

Find or make worksheets

Worksheets are a great way to practice your Spanish. Remember to study the topic before you dive in, use free worksheets available online, and make your own to build good study skills, focus, and reinforce your vocabulary. When you are ready for a more interactive study method with expert teachers, Lingoda online classes can help you on your Spanish language journey.

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Alison Maciejewski Cortez is Chilean-American, born and raised in California. She studied abroad in Spain, has lived in multiple countries, and now calls Mexico home. She believes that learning how to order a beer in a new language reveals a lot about local culture. Alison speaks English, Spanish, and Thai fluently and studies Czech and Turkish. Her tech copywriting business takes her around the world and she is excited to share language tips as part of the Lingoda team. Follow her culinary and cultural experiences on Twitter.

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