Spanish Numbers Teacher Resources
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Spanish learners can start with uno, dos, y tres and move all the way up into the millions and trillions on their way to learning all the numbers. The webpage includes information on cardinal numbers, ordinal numbers, fractions, and percentages, all easily accessible through scrolling and hyperlinks. Try out the presentation, which includes practice exercises, and the infographic, which condenses all of the cardinal numbers onto one page.
In this D'Nealian handwriting: English and Spanish numbers 1-15 worksheet, students say the number, trace the numeral and the number word and write the number word in English and Spanish from 1-15.
In this Spanish numbers recognition activity, students match the 10 English number words to the 10 Spanish number words.
in this Spanish Numbers matching worksheet, learners draw lines to match English numbers in column A with Spanish numbers in column B.
For this crossword puzzle worksheet, 3rd graders will spell the names of numbers 1 through 12 in Spanish to complete this puzzle.
Your beginning Spanish speakers say each Spanish number and match it to the corresponding numerical representation. It's as simple as it sounds!
For this Spanish language worksheet, students read the names for the numbers 1-20 in Spanish. Students find these words in a word search puzzle that is in the shape of numbers.
Uno, dos, tres... what comes next? Learn how to say Spanish numbers one through fifteen with a quick video. The instructor, Señor Jordan, pronounces each number clearly twice. While he speaks, the numbers show up on the screen as numerals and written out in Spanish. Tell your pupils about the video so they can review for a quiz or practice at home.
Just type away at the number pad, similar to that of a phone, to write, hear, and read numbers in Spanish. After some practice, users will know how to recognize and say numbers in Spanish!
If your kids have experience solving Sudoku puzzles, they'll love this resource! It's a Spanish Sudoku puzzle, using Spanish numbers scattered throughout the puzzle's squares. No answers are provided.
Students read the story A Day's Work and complete discussions questions as they read the story. In this comprehension lesson plan, students also learn Spanish numbers, and write and illustrate a job they would like to have.
Students create a mini-book with the Spanish numbers 0-10, then compare and contrast the English numbers to the new Spanish numbers.
Learners demonstrate their knowledge of Spanish numbers while using various locomotor movements in a physical education game.
Second graders discover how to make their own counting books in Spanish. After students have completed their writing, have them illustrate each page. They have to match the number of illustrations on each page to each Spanish number.
Students identify the Spanish numbering system from 1-10 and create a mini-book of the numbers. Students compare the English numbers to the Spanish numbers.
A perfect packet of exercises for your young Spanish learners! They'll practice counting, spelling, and printing numbers! Sweet illustrations make this packet fun!
Create flash cards, in Spanish, for the numbers 1-10. Play a memory game and practice speaking the Spanish words with classmates. Identify and pronounce each number.
They've mastered the numbers one through ten, and now they are learning higher number words. There are 15 sentences provided here, and the pupil must solve the simple math puzzle to select the correct word from the list provided. Example: diez plus uno is...?
Consider using this numbers worksheet as a pre-assessment to see how many numbers between 10-20 your Spanish language learners can identify. In one column are the words written in Spanish, and the scholars need to find their correct translations in the second column.
Your class has mastered numbers 1-30, and now it's time to focus on 30-40! This matching activity requires learners to read the numbers provided and match them with their English translations.