Students can use these small playing cards to review the Spanish colors. The set can be used as a set of flashcards for study or laid out on the floor for a traditional Memory game (a words plus the colored circle make a match).
If you print out two decks and shuffle them together, you can use the to play Go Fish. I like to teach a few simple vocal words at the outset (¿Tienes ___? Sí/no. Gracias. ¡Pesca!) so that students can play entirely in the target language.
I recommend printing these on card stock and cutting them with a paper cutter, though a scissors will also work. You could laminate them as well, though mine have lasted for many years without doing so. The small size makes it cheap and easy to print out several sets for your classroom, and it’s a great activity for a review day or substitute teacher later in the year.
I made this in a Word doc so you could easily tweak the text if you’re using a different variation on the vocab for purple or brown. You can also tweak the colors in the circles if you like.