Spanish Flashcards: Family Members

If you want to teach your children a new language, Spanish is a great place to start! We are sharing with you a set of flashcards with 16 different words and phrases to learn about the different members of the family.

Whether you are a Spanish teacher with younger learners or a parent looking for great content to learn new words, you’re in the right place. Keep reading to download our free PDF document!

Image shows a set of printed Spanish family member flashcards for kids. Idea from Kids Activities Blog
Let’s learn the family members!

Free Spanish English Bilingual Flashcards – Family MembeRS

Learning new vocabulary in a foreign language may seem difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. There are a variety of ways for simple language development, like fun games and printable flashcards. A great way to start learning basic Spanish words is with a family flashcard set, as visual words are an easy way to learn new vocabulary words. They are a really powerful tool!

These Spanish vocabulary flashcards each come with a beautiful illustration and the English and Spanish terms for the extended and immediate family members. Once you’ve printed all eight pages, you can cut each card by the dotted line and fold it in the center.

Then, kids can color the cards and study the words.

Image shows a Spanish flashcard with pictures. Text says niño/niña, boy/girl. From Kids Activities Blog
Easy Spanish words!

1. Niño – Niña

The first printable page includes the words niño (boy) and niña (girl). Do you know any niño or niña in your familia?

Image shows a Spanish flashcard with pictures. Text says hombre/mujer, man/woman. From Kids Activities Blog
Let’s learn the words for man and woman!

2. Hombre – Mujer

Our second printable page includes the words hombre (man) and mujer (woman). How many hombres and how many mujeres are in your familia?

Image shows a Spanish flashcard with pictures. Text says papá/mamá,  dad/mom. From Kids Activities Blog
Did you know these words before?

3. Papá – Mamá

Our third printable page includes the words papá (dad) and mamá (mom). Do you know what are the names of mamá and papá?

4. Hermano – Hermana

Our fourth printable page includes the words hermano (brother) and hermana (sister). Do you have any hermanos or hermanas?

Image shows a Spanish flashcard with pictures. Text says abuelo/abuela, grandpa/grandma. From Kids Activities Blog
How do you call your abuelo?

5. Abuelo – Abuela

Our fifth printable page includes the words abuelo (grandpa) and abuela (grandma). Share a nice memory with your abuelo or abuela!

Image shows a Spanish flashcard with pictures. Text says tío/tía, uncle/aunt. From Kids Activities Blog
These flashcards will make learning Spanish so easy.

6. Tío – Tía

Our sixth printable page includes the words tío (uncle) and tía (aunt). How many tíos and tías do you have?

Image shows a Spanish flashcard with pictures. Text says primo/prima, cousin. From Kids Activities Blog
Let’s learn the word for cousin!

7. Primo – Prima

Our seventh printable page includes the female and male words for “cousin”. Primo is a male cousin and prima is a female cousin. Do you know how many primos and primas there are in your family?

Image shows a Spanish flashcard with pictures. Text says who is this/ ¿quién es él/ella? and what is this person called? / ¿cómo se llama esta persona?.. From Kids Activities Blog
These phrases are so useful.

8. ¿Quién es él/ella? – ¿Cómo se llama esta persona?

Our eighth and last printable page includes the questions ¿quién es él / ella? (who is he/her?) and ¿cómo se llama esta persona? (what is this person called?). You can glue a photo of a family member and have the kids answer the question.

Download Free Spanish Flashcards : Familia

Spanish Family Members Flashcards

How to use family Spanish flashcards

Here are some fun ways to use these printable Spanish flashcards:

  • Print each set of flashcards twice and use them as game cards like Memory.
  • Use flashcards to talk about their family members. Ask them questions like “What is your Abuelo’s name?”.
  • Play Heads-Up – Draw a flashcard from a pile without looking at it and hold it to your forehead. Ask yes or no questions to the students to guess who it is.

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