Counting Spanish numbers as a learning activity
Counting Spanish numbers can be easy when a fun game of collecting counting coins can be used. Children love to play games.
In this fun game of counting, children will collect different sets of coins to help the leprechaun fill his pot of gold. Once the leprechaun has all the four sets of coins, children can earn rewards or stickers.
The best part of the counting Spanish numbers game is children play while learning counting, Spanish terms, and sets of multiples. Why is this important?
As children become familiar with counting in multiples, they can easily grasp the concept of multiplication, organization, sequence, and logic. Sequential order is an important learning skill. Children can understand sequential order when simply repetitive rhymes are learned.
They can also learn logic when logical thinking is applied. Logical understanding of pattern order, sequential organization, and counting are all part of logic learning.
But counting doesn’t have to be boring task. Fun games like the counting Spanish numbers can increase children’s aptitude to recognize numbers and bilingual terms.
In this fun counting Spanish numbers game, children can have fun arranging numbers by order. They can use the number game by practicing number terms in Spanish and English.
- Counting Spanish numbers free worksheet found in the Math section (includes rainbow/leprechaun counting sheet and 4 sets of counting)
- Safety scissors
- Construction paper (optional)
- Glue (optional)
- Cover sheet (optional)
- Print out the counting Spanish numbers free worksheets from the Math section
- Insert the counting sheet with rainbow and leprechaun into a cover sheet and set aside (optional)
- Cut out the counting coin sets
- Paste the counting coins onto sturdy construction paper (optional)
- Cut out counting Spanish coins and rearrange by sets
- Set aside
- Follow game instructions
- Use the counting sets to arrange them in order in the Pot of Gold worksheet
- For one or for a homeschool student – use the numbers so the student can arrange the Spanish counting numbers in a certain amount of time.
- For multiple students – have a time contest to see which students can arrange the numbers in order correctly; best time wins.
- For ELL or Spanish students – have students arrange coins by calling numbers in Spanish.
- One = uno
- Two = dos
- Three = tres
- Four = cuatro
- Five = cinco
- Six = seis
- Seven = siete
- Eight = ocho
- Nine = nueve
- Ten = diez
- Twelve = doce
- Fourteen = catorce
- Sixteen = dieciséis
- Eighteen = dieciocho
- Twenty = veinte
- Fifteen = quince
- Twenty five = veinticinco
- Thirty = treinta
- Thirty five = treinta-y-cinco
- Forty = cuarenta
- Forty-five = cuarenta-y-cinco
- Fifty = cincuenta
- Hundred = cien
- Two hundred = doscientos
- Three hundred = trescientos
- Four hundred = cuatrocientos
- Five hundred = quinientos
- Six hundred = seiscientos
- Seven hundred = setecientos
- Eight hundred = ochocientos
- Nine hundred = novecientos
- Thousand = mil