Free Spanish Art Vocabulary Worksheet

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Are your apps and workbooks boring you to death? You want to speak Spanish so you’re putting the effort in. No matter how hard you try, you still freeze and can’t find the right words to say. That is sooooo frustrating.

You have your learning goals, but how do you accomplish them?

The truth is becoming fluent in Spanish takes practice. Describing art is a great way to practice speaking, listening, writing, and reading. If you’ve never tried this kind of practice before, I’ve got something to help you get started.

Skills Practice with Artwork

The free download will help you with the basic questions for each of the five steps in Art Study in Spanish. The worksheet is where you can write down the descriptive words that tell about the artwork.

But where do you get those words from?

If you have some active vocabulary, hopefully from your memory. Most learners need an outside source for new words.

Free Spanish Art Vocabulary Lesson

Art Vocabulary

Or you can start with everything you need now..

Introducing… Art Study in Spanish Curriculum

The Art Study in Spanish Bundle is your go-to resource for describing art in Spanish. You’ll have everything you need to describe an artwork in Spanish:

Build all five language skills

  • Listening
  • Reading
  • Speaking
  • Writing
  • Grammar

Resources to describe:

  • the story,
  • the element,
  • the design principles of art in Spanish.

Each step easily lays out the questions and answer prompts for beginner through advanced proficiency levels. Your student can demonstrate their learning on an interactive worksheet.

Optin Art Study Horizontal

Or you can pull together bits and pieces for talking about art on your own over time.

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