¡Hola! Thanks for joining us. We have designed these two nice worksheets to help you practice vocabulary about numbers in Spanish 1 – 20 through very simple exercises. Both materials can be used to review numbers or as part of a quiz about this topic. It could be the starting point of other activities that may include counting things in the class or outside the classroom.
Students could work by themselves or in pairs to solve the exercises on this worksheet.
First, students take a look at the numbers in each worksheet. Then, they write them on the boxes under each number. When writing these numbers, think about their sequence and try to identify writing patterns in numbers from 16 to 19, which have a similar structure.
- Counting in Spanish using numbers from 1 to 20
- Numbers in Spanish over 20
- Numbers in Spanish over 100: sentences + quizzes
Material No. 1
Material No. 2
Make sentences about objects around you or things you have seen on TV, for example: “Hay cuatro ventanas en el aula” (there are four windows in the classroom) or “Tengo tres hermanos” (I have three siblings.)