Number 2 with Sol Solecito
About This Activity
Let’s write the number two! ¡Número dos! This activity helps kids practice numbers in English and Spanish while making real world learning connections to further expand and interpret their knowledge.
1. Print activity sheet.
2. Follow the arrow with your pencil. Then practice writing the number by tracing along the dotted lines before trying the last few by yourself.
3. Finally, count two suns and two moons and shade them in.
4. Try your superpower! Make your own hopscotch with sidewalk chalk and practice writing numbers and counting in English and Spanish.
By learning numbers your child forms a strong early math foundation in English and Spanish. Combine this activity with the Piñata game in the Learn section and the Beat music game in the Play section to deepen bilingual counting experiences.
Children who are raised bilingual learn to follow social cues to determine which language to use, which person to use it with, and what setting to use it in. For this reason, they often have a heightened sense of empathy than monolingual children.
Make counting a regular part of your interactions with your child, which is a great way to stimulate learning through play. Look for easy ways to sneak in counting whether cooking in the kitchen, outside, running errands, walking the dog; there are always fun things to count.
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