# New Spanish Translations on STW

We add new Spanish versions of our printable worksheets, games, and teaching tools all the time! This page highlights some of our most recent Spanish translations.

This adorable image of Pegasus, the winged horse from Greek mythology, makes for a fun and engaging coloring activity.
This coloring page shows Minotaur, the creature from Greek mythology said to have the head and tail of a bull and the body of a human man.
If you're introducing students to Greek mythology, this Medusa coloring page might be a great place to start.
Print out this coloring page showing our rendering of Greek mythology's Cyclops.
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Here is a coloring page showing Cerberus, the 3-headed dog said in Greek mythology to guard the gates of the underworld.
Solving this puzzle requires subtracting 3-digit numbers from 4-digit numbers.
Practice 2-digit addition and complete a fun, seasonal puzzle with this printout.
These elves are getting ready for Christmas! Can your students find the pictures hidden around them?
This worksheet challenges students to find the lowest common denominator between groups of either 2 or 3 fractions.
This file has 9 sets of 3 fractions. For each set, students must find the least common denominator.

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Give this worksheet to students ready to try their hand at more advanced two-step equations including decimals.
This worksheet has 15 equations for students to solve and find the values of the variables.
Balance the equations and find the value of the variable in each equation.
Solve the division problems and use the answers to color in the pictures. The two worksheets in this file may look the same but they each produce a unique Thanksgiving illustration!
Solve the addition problems and color according to the key to reveal two different Thanksgiving-themed mystery pictures.
This color-by-number picture can make two different Thanksgiving scenes depending on which worksheet you complete. One is a turkey and one is a cornucopia.

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Find the pictures from the bank at the bottom of the page. They're hidden throughout the fun Christmas scene, which students can also color in.
This Halloween scene has some things in it that don't belong. Can you find them and color them in?
Practice evaluating more algebraic expressions. These include positive and negative numbers, exponents, and parentheses.
Get more practice evaluating expressions with this worksheet. It includes fractions, parentheses, and exponents.
Students will evaluate expressions with one and two variables with values for the variables given.
Determine the value of the variable in each equation. The equations all include the number 2,024.
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Many of our worksheets have been translated into Spanish! Click the button below worksheet descriptions to view our Spanish translations.
Find the value of the variable in each algebraic equation. Each problem includes the number 24 somewhere in it.
Plot the given points on the grid and connect them, stopping where instructed to do so. Then you may color in the mystery image.
Plot the points on the graph and connect them as instructed to reveal the New Year mystery picture!
Plot the points on this grid and connect them to reveal the mystery picture.
This skull coloring page also features cacti, flowers, and other designs commonly seen in artwork related to the Day of the Dead.
This coloring page has a dog and a cat decorated with a design style commonly associated with the Day of the Dead.
This coloring page shows two skeletons playing music and dancing.
Use these number cards to practice ordering numbers that go up to the billions place.
This file includes 5 sets of cards. Students will cut out each set and put the cards in order from the least to greatest amount of money.
This file includes 5 sets of cards with numbers going up to the thousandths place. Students will cut them out and place them in order from least to greatest.
Solve the basic division problems and use the answers and the key to color accordingly and complete the two worksheets.
Practice basic addition skills and color in two fun mystery pictures with this file.
This file includes two color-by-number pages. When uncolored, they look very similar. However, the keys and numbers on the pages are different. One worksheet shows a witch while the other shows a cat.
This short passage tells about a trip to the zoo. Comprehension questions include two multiple choice and one fill-in-the-blank.
This short story is about a boy's lost hat. Test your early readers' understanding of the text with the three reading comprehension questions.
At only five lines, this short passage is perfect for early readers. The three included questions will test their recall and ability to understand what they are reading.
This short passage includes a few basic facts about penguins. The worksheet has two short answer questions and one multiple choice.
Early readers can practice basic reading comprehension skills with this short passage about a girl and her bike.
Introduce young learners to the world of reading comprehension with this short passage and set of questions.
This jack-o'-lantern maze is a bit more difficult than our easy pumpkin maze. Can you find your way to the end?
Can your students find their way through the jack-o'-lantern?
Have your students practice their basic multiplication skills with this worksheet. The two coloring pages may look similar, but they'll each reveal a different image when completed.
Students will complete the basic addition problems and use the answers and their corresponding colors to complete this worksheet.
Follow the key to color in the pictures on these worksheets. Whether you reveal a runner or a gymnast depends on which of the two worksheets you complete!
Use this coloring page as a fun supplemental activity for students learning about Day of the Dead.
Have your students fill in their name and color this page to create their own special cover for their homework folder.
Your students can individualize their vocabulary folders by coloring this page and writing their name on it and then putting it on the front of their folder.