Los números en español

25 Spanish Words that every foreigner should learn - Swedish Nomad

Buenos días Primary Two!

You all know how much I love Spanish, so here is your weekly Spanish learning. I would love you to practise saying the Spanish words for numbers as high as you can go!

1-31 flashcards on Tinycards

The numbers would continue to treinta y uno, treinta y dos, treinta y tres….

*Ms F’s Top Tip* – Remember ‘v‘ in Spanish always sounds like ‘b‘ and the accent above vowels (like á, é, í, ó, ú) and means you put emphasis on this, so veintiséis sounds like ‘bain-ti-sayees’.

How to Practise

You could practise any way you like but here are some ideas to get you started:

  • Count forwards and backwards – start with a random number for a challenge!
  • Ask a parent or sibling to show you a number with their fingers and say it in Spanish
  • Make up your own Spanish number flashcards using paper and coloured pens – put the numbers on the front and Spanish word for that number at the back.
  • Use your flashcards to play a Spanish number memory game
  • Teach your family how to play ‘veintiuno’ – remember the aim of the game is to not say veintiuno and each player can say up to 3 numbers each in order. You can help them with the Spanish if they get stuck!

¡Que te diviertas! (Have fun!)

Ms Ferguson

Here are some songs for a bit of extra practise:

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