TIP: Play hopscotch and count each step in Spanish!

How Your Kid Benefits

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.

Try Your Superpower!

Let’s practice writing the number two! ¡Número dos! Follow the arrow with your pencil, then practice writing the number by tracing along the dotted line. See if you can do the last few by yourself. Finally, count two suns and two moons and shade them in.

What You’ll Need: 

Printed activity sheet; pencil; eraser

Note to Grown-Ups

This is a great introductory lesson to teach basic numbers to preschool and kindergarten children.

Activity Sheet