300+ Spanish Printables for Kids

Spanish printables about 'Numbers'

Write out the answers in letter form, as shown in the two examples
Cards of hearts
Simply follow the example to name and number each of the playing cards
What color are the horses
Write down how many horses and what color they are.
Count the balloons
Count the balloons and write how many of each color there are. The first example is done for you
Count the candles
Count the birthday candles and fill in the gaps to say how old you are.
Dartboard numbers
Write down all the numbers on the dartboard
Hopscotch numbers
Fill in the hopscotch gaps with the numbers shown - in the correct sequence.
Draw the missing objects
Draw in the missing images
Complete the sentences and write the correct numbers on the blank shirts
Complete the sentences and write the correct numbers on the blank shirts
Draw in the animals
Complete the flashcards with images according to the numbers of animals given
Copy the numbers
Copy the numbers in letter form
Letters for numbers
Each number represents a letter. Make words by checking which letter each number represents
How many are there?
How many are there? Copy the questions and answer them. Some help is given by examples
Color the flags
Color the flags according to the number codes at the bottom of the page
Door numbers
Write the numbers shown on the doors
How many?
Count the objects and fill in the gaps
Darts for ages
Color coded darts for ages. Fill in the gaps
Up and down with Snakes and Ladders
Write a different Spanish word in every box and then play Snakes and Ladders!
Clock times and clock faces
Match the clock times with the clock faces. Also complete the clock face with the hands missing
Shaping transportation
Each shape represents a mode of transportation. Use the example to help you write your answers
Matching math
Match the sums with the answers
Copy out the numbers and write the missing numbers in the spaces provided.
First match the ingredients with the pictures. Then copy out the dialogue which begins ¿Quieres un poco? (Do you want a bit?)
First match the ingredients with the pictures. Then copy out the dialogue which begins ¿Quieres un poco? (Do you want a bit?)
Musical instruments
Write down how many of each type of instrument there are. For example 'Hay tres guitarras' (There are three guitars).
I have' practice
Let's see! What is each person holding on their tray? An apple perhaps? Or maybe three oranges...
Fruit and vegetables
Draw the fruit and vegetables according to the numbers shown of each.
Color the fruit and vegetables
Color the fruit and vegetables according to their numbers
Dino and Lupi's sentence challenge
Look at the images before completing the conversations. One conversation has been completed for you
How many apples?
Count the apples. Fill in the gaps.
Unlikely elephants
Write sentences about the elephants shown, following the example given.
Fruit count
Follow the example given for all the other fruits
Food items
Write down precisely what you see, for example: 'Dos manzanas' (Two apples).
Shopping carts
Look at items in the shopping cart. What is their total price?
¿Cuántas patatas hay?
For each image of potatoes follow the format shown in the example: A. Seis B. Seis patatas C. Hay seis patatas (A. Six B. Six potatoes C. There are six potatoes).
Copy and complete the sums
Copy and complete the subtractions
Shopping prices
Write the name of the food or drink and its price (an example is given)
Counting pens and pencils
Count the pens and pencils, and write the numbers in the spaces provided.
Food labels
Write the names and prices of the items under the picture
Describe the animals
For the other animals shown, follow the formula in the example given
Count the elephants
Count the elephants and write in the spaces how many there are each time.
Colored monkeys
Monkeys! What color? Big or small? How many? Answer these questions in what you write, using the examples for help
Spanish numbers wordsearch
Find the numbers in this diamond wordsearch
Animal names
Mark the animals 1-8 in the order in which they appear in the video
Name and count the clothes
Name and count the items of clothing shown, using the examples to help you
Days of the week
Which day of the week does each number correspond to?
Write the numbers which appear on each bingo card
Number sequences
Complete the sequences of numbers. Say the numbers out loud in Spanish.
How many oranges?
Write how many oranges are shown in each image. Example: Dos naranjas (Two oranges)
How many of each drink?
Orange juices, glasses of milk and glasses of water. Say how many of each are shown. Example: Un vaso de leche (A glass of milk)
Complete the sums.
Billiard balls
Name each color and number
Write out the names of the numbers.
Number sequences
Compete the number sequences. One goes up and up, the other down and down
Coloring worksheet
Color the apples green or red. Name each colors and how many apples are shown. Example: Verde, Dos (Green, Two)
Match up the Spanish and English expressions
Match up the Spanish and English expressions
Words for Numbers
Write each number in word form
How many?
How many swings are there? How many slides are there?
Counting up objects in Spanish
Copy the words describing how many of each thing you see
Grid numbers
Simple math based on the patterns in the grid
Clock times
Write the times shown on each clock in the spaces provided. Example: Son las dos (It's two o'clock)
Grid words
Write each word in its corresponding circle
How old are the Spanish children?
Each space represents a single letter. Check the ages before completing the sentences
Ages: fill in the gaps
Fill in the gaps in the text which corresponds to the images of birthday cakes
How many objects?
Write the number of objects shown in each image