Free Gracias or Thank You’s for the Holidays

December 19, 2010 · Posted in spanish holiday activities · Comment 

We’re diving in to the holidays, or las Navidades, and you’ll need to know how to say thank you, give thanks, and write thank you notes in Spanish.

  • Gracias- thanks
  • muchas gracias= thak you very much
  • te agradezco el regalo – I’m grateful for the gift

Here are some simple,  free Spanish thank you notes. For children, or anyone really, the illustrations can be colored.

Spanish Santa Clause & Holiday Vocabulary

Papá Noel

Papá Noel

Santa Claus is coming to town! Viene Papá a la ciudad! The holidays are here.  Foreign Language House has it all wrapped up for you in Santa’s Visit in Spanish, a versatile unit of readings and activities for all ages of novice Spanish speakers.

Spanish Colors, Sizes & Descriptions

Review your Spanish colors, sizes, and descriptions as you describe Santa, or Papá Noel.

  • Papá Noel es gordo.  Santa Claus is fat.
  • Papá Noel es generoso.  Santa Claus is generous.

Using Spanish Verbs

Now, describe some action, or use some verbs.

  • Papá Noel llega a la casa.  Santa Claus arrives a the house.
  • Papá Noel entra en la casa.  Santa Claus enters the house.
  • Papá Noel pone un regalo debajo del árbol de la Navidad. Santa puts a present under the Christmas tree.

You can just see Santa, can’t you?  That’s the point.  You’ve just learned some more Spanish, or you’ve practiced.  Ho, Ho, Ho!

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Spanish Christmas Vocabulary- Santa Claus & Presents

Papá Noel

Papá Noel

Santa Claus is coming to town! Va a venir Papá a la ciudad! The holidays are here, and it’s the best time to pick up some more Spanish.  Foreign Language House has it all wrapped up for you in Santa’s Visit in Spanish, a versatile unit of readings and activities for all ages of novice Spanish speakers.

Review your Spanish colors, sizes, and descriptions as you describe Santa, or Papá Noel.

  • Papá Noel es gordo.  Santa Claus is fat.
  • Papá Noel es generoso.  Santa Claus is generous.

Now, describe some action, or use some verbs.

  • Papá Noel llega a la casa.  Santa Claus arrives a the house.
  • Papá Noel entra en la casa.  Santa Claus enters the house.
  • Papá Noel pone un regalo debajo del árbol de la Navidad. Santa puts a present under the Christmas tree.

You can just see Santa, can’t you?  That’s the point.  You’ve just learned some more Spanish, or you’ve practiced.  Ho, Ho, Ho!

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