The First Six

This Spanish Easy Review picture quiz will help you review the first six months of the year in Spanish. Do you remember how to say the months of the year in Spanish? Pretty easy – right! Therefore, as you take the quiz, you know that the answers should either be a month or something that can happen during the first six months of the year! How quickly do you think you can do this and get a really good score? Great then! That means that you are ready to begin the quiz.

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  1. April showers bring ____ flowers!
    A very popular rhyme is ‘April showers bring May flowers!’ The Spanish word for May is mayo. Remember that unless the month comes at the beginning of a sentence or is in a title, it begins with a small letter in Spanish.
  2. During this month, rabbits appear and St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated.
    Rabbits generally appear and St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated during the month of March. The Spanish word for March is marzo.
  3. Our little sister turned two in JUNE.
    The Spanish word for June is junio.
  4. The forest looks enchanting on a cold JANUARY morning.
    The Spanish word for January is ereno.
  5. We celebrate Valentine’s Day on the 14th day of ____.
    We celebrate Valentine’s Day on the 14th of February. The Spanish word for February is febrero.
  6. There are often many different firework shows to help ring in the NEW YEAR!
    The Spanish word for New Year is Año Nuevo.
  7. You’ll find these eggs in a basket or hiding on EASTER day!
    The Spanish word for Easter is Pascua.
  8. A bright, yellow hat stops my head from getting COLD!
    The Spanish word for cold is frío.
  9. Colin loves to play the part of a clown on ____ Fool’s Day!
    The day that is referred to as Fool’s Day occurs in the month of April. The Spanish word for April is abril.
  10. We often go sledding in January when we have enough SNOW!
    The Spanish word for snow is nieve.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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