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How to Pronounce School Supplies in Spanish

school supplies in spanish

Teaching School Supplies in Spanish

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Teaching school supplies in Spanish

If your child is having difficulty knowing in Spanish what the school supplies are called, then consider starting to teach them all the school things in the Spanish language. But for that, you first have to learn yourself how to name and pronounce them. 

Let say you are in a Spanish-speaking country and you are looking for school supplies, you want to make sure to purchase a list that has all the necessities. You want to have the supplies that are needed so that your child can be prepared for their upcoming school year, but then you realize you don't how to name the school supplies in Spanish and even pronounce them. That's why it is very important to know the school material in Spanish

How do you say school supplies in Spanish?

Here is the school supplies list in Spanish

scissor in spanish

Tijera (Scissor)

sharperner in spanish


ruler in spanish

Regla (Ruler)

marker in spanish

Plumón (Marker)


board in spanish

Pizarra (Board)

paintbrush in spanish


paper in spanish

Papel (Paper)

schoolbag in spanish

Mochila (Schoolbag)


book in spanish

Libro (Book)

notebook in spanish


pencil in spanish

Lápiz (Pencil)

glue in spanish

Goma de Pegar (Glue)


eraser in spanish

Goma de Borrar (Eraser)

crayons in spanish


compass in spanish

Compás (Compass)

colors in spanish

Colores (Colors)


folder in spanish

Carpeta (Folder)

calculator in spanish


pen in spanish

Bolígrafo, Pluma (Pen)

watercolor in spanish

Acuarela (Watercolor)


chalk in spanish

Tizas (Chalks)


Spanish is becoming more popular these days. School is a big part of every child's life and no matter where you are located, you should have no problem finding a school that will accommodate your children when it comes to learning a new language. The school supplies can help make the transition much easier for your children.

Now it's time to practice what you just learned: 

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