Spanish Nature Words – Learn How to Talk about the Beauty of Nature in Spanish
In this post: Learn how to talk about the beauty of nature in Spanish with this list of Spanish nature words, nature books, Spanish nature poems and more!
If you can’t tell by my business name, nature is my favorite. I love spending hours in the woods near my house, teaching my children and students outside, and learning as much as I can while I’m in the fresh air. One of the best places to learn Spanish with your children and students is in nature. You are able to create a hands-on and immersive environment easily just by taking advantage of the world outside your door.
This post will teach you awesome Spanish words about nature, while also recommending bilingual books, Spanish nature poems and more. If you are looking for great Earth Day resources for your hands-on Spanish lessons, then look no further. This post, and my blog, is full of amazing ways to celebrate Earth Day in Spanish.
Alright, let’s get started with these easy Spanish words to learn:
How to say nature in Spanish & 30 other beautiful Spanish words about nature:
La Naturaleza (nah-too-rah-leh-sah) – Nature
El Medioambiente (meh-dee-oh-ahm-byehn-teh) – Environment
El Árbol (ahr-bohl) – Tree
El Arbusto (ahr-boos-toh) – Bush/Shrub
La Corteza (kohr-teh-sah) – Tree bark
La Bellota (beh-yoh-tah) – Acorn
El Pino (pee-noh) – Pine Tree
La Hierba (yehr-bah) – Grass, you can also say Césped or Paste
El Río (ree-oh) – River
El Lago (lah-goh) – Lake
La Montaña (mohn-tah-nyah) – Mountain
La Sierra (syeh-rrah) – Mountain Range
La Flor (flohr) – Flower
La Roca (roh-kah) – Rock
El Clima (klee-mah) – Weather
La Lluvia (yoo-byah) – Rain
El Sol (sohl) – Sun
La Nube (noo-beh) – Cloud
La Tormenta (tohr-mehn-tah) – Storm
La Nieve (nyeh-beh) – Snow
La Neblina (neh-blee-nah) – Fog
El Chubasco (choo-bah-skoh) – Downpour
El Relámpago (reh-lahm-pah-goh) – Lightening
El Trueno (trweh-noh) – Thunder
La Puesta de Sol (pwehs-tah deh sohl) – Sunset
El Amanecer (ah-mah-neh-sehr) – Sunrise
El Crepúsculo (kreh-poo-scoo-loh) – Twilight
La Tierra (tyeh-rrah) – Earth
La Luna (loo-nah) – Moon
La Estrella (ehs-treh-yah) – Star
Spanish Nature Guide Books - Perfect for Celebrating Earth Day in Spanish
Now that you have lots of new Spanish words about nature to use, let me share some of my absolute favorite Spanish nature guide books that you can use at home with your children, or with your students. These books are meant to be bilingual guide books that can help you grow your Spanish vocabulary with nature, while also learning more interesting facts about the world around you. These bilingual books are primarily for children ages 3+ and will last for years and years of nature-based Spanish learning.
Shop Spanish Nature Guide Books
Spanish Nature Poems for Children
Once you have lots of new Spanish vocabulary to learn and practice at home, you can also use poetry to enhance your children’s learning. Check out these posts with seasonal nature poems to help you learn Spanish at home, or to bring into your classroom.
If you’re wanting to learn even more Spanish nature words, make sure you check out my online Spanish courses! These courses are all inspired by nature and offer hands-on, screen free Spanish learning for families and children of all ages. Con mi Familia is my play-based Spanish preschool curriculum for children ages 2-6. Spanish in the Wild is a bilingual nature study course for children ages 5+. Both online Spanish courses are perfect for bilingual families, and those learning Spanish side by side with their children. No experience is necessary and you get lifetime access to all of the courses and materials!