Greetings in Spanish Free Worksheets for Kids

Inside: Lesson ideas and free printables teaching greetings in Spanish. 

As you welcome your Spanish students and start the year, you’ll probably start with greetings in Spanish. 


1. Spanish Greetings Vocabulary

2. Buenos días Printables

3. Me llamo Worksheets

4. Cómo estás? Worksheets

5. Emotions in Spanish Activities 

Related: Greetings Songs in Spanish

Vocabulary for Greetings in Spanish

Here are some common Spanish greetings, with the English translation. 

Los saludos:

buenos díasgood morning
buenas tardesgood afternoon
buenas nochesgood evening
holahello, hi
hasta luegountil later (see you later)
¿Cómo estás?How are you?
Estoy bien/mal/más o menosI’m fine/not well/okay
graciasthank you
¿Y tú? (informal)And you?
¿Cómo te llamas?What’s your name?
Me llamo….My name is/ I’m called…

Spanish Greetings Worksheets

These are printable resources you can use today!

¿Cómo te llamas? Worksheets 

You can use these worksheets for the very first day of school, when you are learning each other’s names. See this blog post for specific activities to do when learning names on the first day, with beginners. 

Students fill in for “me llamo,” and there are options for students to draw or list things for “me gusta” and “no me gusta.”

First Day Templates

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    Basic Introductions in Spanish Worksheets 

    Here are cartoons that Spanish learners can fill out with example introductions and phrases like ¿Cómo te llamas?, Me llamo, and mucho gusto

    Students can fill in details like the names of the people in the cartoons. There is also a blank page where students can draw and write a conversation between two characters meeting each other in Spanish!

    Buenos Días Printables

    Here is a simple vocabulary worksheet for simple writing down like buenos días, buenas tardes, buenas noches, hola, adiós, ¿Cómo te llamas?, and me llamo.

    Emotions in Spanish Worksheets

    Here is a printable for writing down some emotions vocabulary:

    Here is a little cartoon for telling a story about estar + emotions in Spanish:

    If you haven’t tried boom cards, they are like digital interactive worksheets. 

    I have a free set for estar + emotions in Spanish: 

    Spanish Emoji Cards

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      PDF File for Greetings in Spanish

       I also have 6 free PDF units for Spanish beginners (my free Spanish for kids starter kit). It includes a little lesson plan guide, mini-book, and vocabulary cards.

      The mini-unit covers:

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