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Numbers in Spanish

Updated: Feb 10

Fishing the numbers activity

Work on this activity to teach the numbers in Spanish. Make sure you practice the correct pronunciation of the numbers before.

Instructions:

1. Model and show an example to your students of how to do the activity.

2. Put the numbers in a plastic bag and mix them.

3. Students should take one number from the bag and say it loud

4. Students fish the number with the fishing rod and put it on a box, container, or just put it aside from the rest of the fish.

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Telephone number activity

This is a fun activity to practice numbers in Spanish from 0 to 9. This activity offers an engaging way to practice listening to and recognizing numbers in Spanish. By using visual representations of the digits, it adds a tactile and interactive element to the learning experience.

Instructions:

1. Prepare paper plates or construction paper in advance to create phone number displays. Each plate or piece of paper will represent a digit in the telephone number. You can print the number printable from Teaching Mama -https://teachingmama.org/how-to-teach-phone-numbers/

2. Write down a list of telephone numbers in Spanish on a piece of paper or a whiteboard. For example:

987-654-321

555-123-456

123-456-789

3. Students will take turns to and choose a telephone number from the list to it out loud in Spanish, digit by digit. For example, "nueve-ocho-siete, seis-cinco-cuatro, tres-dos-uno" for "987-654-321."

4. Continue the activity with different telephone numbers, allowing participants to take turns.



Numbers 0 to 5 in Spanish

This educational video teaches numbers 0 to 5 in a simple and fun way. Numbers are an important part of basic communication in any language, and learning numbers in Spanish helps kids communicate basic quantities and measurements in everyday situations.


Flashcards to teach numbers 0 to 5 in Spanish

These flashcards are designed to complement the educational video titled "Numbers 0 to 5 in Spanish," which offers a simple and enjoyable approach to learning.


Numbers from 0 to 29 in Spanish

Let's learn numbers from 0 to 29 along with their pronunciations in Spanish. When it comes to numbers from 0 to 20, they are written as single words. However, pay attention to some special cases. For numbers from 16 to 19, the word "DIECI" is used before the specific number and for the numbers from 21 to 29, we use the word "VEINTI" followed by the corresponding number.


It's worth noting that certain numbers, such as sixteen, twenty-two, twenty-three, and twenty-six, have accent marks. For example, "dieciséis" for sixteen and "veintidós" for twenty-two. These accent marks add a unique touch to the pronunciation.

0 cero ➺zero

1 Uno ➺one

2 dos ➺two

3 tres ➺ three

4 cuatro ➺four

5 cinco ➺ five

6 seis ➺ six

7 siete ➺ seven

8 ocho ➺ eight

9 nueve➺ nine

10 diez ➺ ten

11 once ➺ eleven

12 doce ➺ twelve

13 trece ➺ thirteen

14 catorce ➺ fourteen

15 quince ➺ fifteen

16 dieciséis ➺ sixteen

17 diecisiete ➺ seventeen

18 dieciocho ➺ eighteen

19 diecinueve ➺ nineteen

20 veinte ➺ twenty ...


Numbers from 30 to 99 in Spanish

Let's learn numbers from 30 to 99 and their pronunciations in Spanish. Numbers from 30 to 99 have almost the same pattern. When counting by tens, add the letter "NTA" after the number. When counting the tens, add the ones followed by the letter "Y" plus the ones (numbers 1 to 9).

30 treinta ➺thirty

40 cuarenta ➺forty

50 cincuenta ➺fifty

60 sesenta ➺ sixty

70 setenta ➺seventy

80 ochenta ➺ eighty

90 noventa ➺ ninety


Adding Numbers Activity

Work on this activity with your students to practice the addition of numbers. This activity was designed by the teacher Andrés Fabián Correa from Colombia.

Instructions:

1. Model and show an example to your students on how to do the activity.

2. Give each student one tree, one worm, and numbers cards with manipulatives.

3. Students practice adding numbers individually or in pairs.


Spanish Worksheet: ¿Cuántos animales hay?

Use this worksheet to practice vocabulary about animals.

Instructions:

1. Practice the vocabulary with your students.

2. Practice the vocabulary about numbers and include the verb "Hay"(Haber) to build simple sentences.

3. Students will count and write the number.

4. After they finish the worksheet ask your students the following questions:

-¿Cuántas vacas hay?

-¿Cuántas cabras hay?

-¿Cuántas vacas hay?

-¿Cuántos gallos hay?

-¿Cuántos caballos hay?

-¿Cuántas ovejas hay?

Students should answer using the verb "Hay".

For example:

"HAY SEIS GALLOS"

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CUENTA LOS ANIMALES DE LA GRANJA
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Math Frog Game

Use this activity to practice numbers in a fun way! This activity also helps the planet by recycling common things of daily use. Kids will practice not only numbers but also addition, subtraction, and teamwork.

Instructions:

1. Ask your students to collect plastic cups.

2. Separate the cups by colors.

3. Paste the cups and cut out numbers to put inside of the cups.

4. Divide your class into groups, give them clear instructions about the game. Students should throw a coin or something similar and get points by adding numbers. The group that gets more points at the end of the last round are the winners. The teacher decides how many rounds the groups will play and you can set a timer if you'd like too.


Song: Mono glotón - Practice numbers in Spanish

Use this printable as a tool to engage your students in practicing counting numbers in Spanish. All you need are the printable, a box, glue, and scissors to cut and put everything together. Watch the video below to get ideas on how to effectively incorporate this printable into your lessons.

Video demonstrating an idea on how to use the printable about the Mono glotón.


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Song: Los números 1-20

This song is a wonderful and enjoyable resource available on the YouTube Channel Señor Jordan. I personally love incorporating it into my lessons when teaching numbers 1 to 20 in Spanish. To make the learning experience more interactive and enhance memorization, I encourage my students to clap their hands every time they say a number. It's a fantastic way to involve them actively and ensure they have fun while learning.


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