Today Sra. Morato and I have some free Spanish Numbers Worksheets — Los Números. There is a Spanish numbers reference page with the numbers 1 through 30. Then it has all the numbers up to 100 – 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100. And finally it has the larger numbers like 1,000; 10,000, 100,000 and a million. There are also two very simple matching pages as well.
We hope you find these useful!
Be sure to scroll down below for more of our FREE Spanish worksheets for kids! But first, let me tell you about Sra. Morato’s online classes including her Elementary Spanish Program (Grades K-6).
Registration for this coming year (2019-2020) is now open: HomeschoolSpanishCurriculum.com
Sra. Morato has 20+ years of teaching experience. She taught in the public schools for 16 years. (Most of her students passed the rigorous IB exam in Spanish.) She then went on to get her Master’s M.A.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction and Online Learning. She is a homeschooling parent herself. 🙂
- Elementary Spanish Program – full curriculum plus interactive speaking group classes each week (This is what my girls are enrolled in.)
- Elementary Spanish Program – full curriculum with community support
- Spanish 1 Foundation
- Spanish 2 Beyond Foundation
- Spanish 3 Advanced Communication
Registration for this next year (2019-2020) is now open. See her website for more details! HomeschoolSpanishCurriculum.com
Spanish Course for Elementary: My girls ED and DD started her Spanish Course for the Elementary Years (K-Gr. 6) this past fall and are really enjoying it! A few weeks ago, I shared the amazing story about how Sra. Morato and I met. Since my kids have been learning German as their foreign language, I never thought about adding in another language. But as I got to know Sra. Morato and saw the course she was building first-hand I asked my kids if they were interested in adding in another language. Both my girls said, “Yes!! Absolutely!” That’s what is so cool about being homeschoolers! We could do that!
My girls just love their Spanish class with Sra. Morato. And luckily for me, it is a class that I don’t need to be involved in (since I don’t speak Spanish) — you know, except to oversee that they do their work – video lessons, flashcards, games and to make sure they attend their face-to-face (online) classes at the right time.
Just FYI my girls are 9 and 12. The elementary Spanish class is a great fit for them.
Here is a link to a post I wrote about the Elementary Spanish Program about how it works and why my girls love it. 🙂It includes
- teaching videos,
- online flashcards and games,
- printable worksheets, flashcards & games
- weekly group classes (This is what my girls do. They meet each week on Tuesdays with the same group of kids & with Sra. Morato to go over the new material and practice speaking.) OR There is an independent Elementary Spanish Program version that includes online community support.
I have been helping to make the worksheet sets for the elementary Spanish class. Let me give you a sneak peak of some of the worksheets in the elementary Spanish course! It has been fun making these bright, colorful worksheets! We’re trying to include matching pages, flashcards, games and activities! 🙂
Homeschool Spanish 1 and 2 (Full-year online classes): You can also find out more about Sra. Morato’s Homeschool Spanish 1 or Spanish 2 Online Classes. Sra. Morato is a native Spanish speaker and has been teaching for more than 20 years. She taught Spanish in the public schools and helped many of her students become fluent and pass the IB Spanish test!
More FREE Spanish worksheet sets for kids!!
Here are some of the free Spanish worksheets Sra. Morato and I have made for you and shared here on the blog:
- Daily Calendar in Spanish! La Página de calendario de Hoy – It will help your kids learn the days of the week, the months of the year, the weather and other skills!
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