No matter the language level, practicing numbers is a fantastic way to get a refresher, maintain thinking in a target language, or simply have a little fun while learning. This set of find-and-circle pages focuses on beginning numbers 0-10. Each page is designed to print in low-ink mode and to serve as a coloring opportunity for expanded learning and playing. Race against a friend, time, or yourself to find the Spanish numbers.

Find and Circle Spanish Numbers

These sheets are perfect for:

Brand-new learners: This download includes small vocabulary cards, which are especially good for little hands. Print them front-to-back as flashcards. Or, print them one-sided in English or Spanish and then fold them near the numeral for quick back-and-forth flipping. For young students who need additional practice or are extremely tactile learners, try our free Spanish Numbers Caterpillar.

Tiny Spanish Numbers Flashcards

Independent practice: You can use these pages as quick homework practice, especially since you can grade them quickly. Or, consider expanding them by adding a coloring component, group listening instructions (e.g., “Colorea las estrellas . . . “), or paired conversation practice. Students love variety and to one-up each other.

Quiet learning centers: These are perfect “pull-and-work” pages that students can cycle to if they finish other assignments or need something quiet to work on.

Expanded conversation learning: With small tweeks to the instructions, more advanced students can refresh their memories while practicing target language conversation. For example, students might converse with a partner: “Yo tengo una estrella. ¿cuántas estrellas tienes?” There are many ways to find Spanish numbers.

Practice with non-Spanish speakers: Whether you are downloading this file for yourself, substitute teachers, grandparents who are babysitting, new learners, or homeschool families with different target languages, these pages can be used by nearly anyone. No prior knowledge of Spanish required!

Tiered learning for different levels: With a little careful grouping or by providing different sets of instructions, students can be tasked to work within their zone of proximal development, no matter what that may be.

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