This includes all of my resources from the Spanish Alphabet and Numbers 0-20 Mini-Lessons. Purchasing this instead of the two items separately will save you $.50!
Page 1: Pronunciation guides for the Spanish alphabet that can be cut out and handed out to students to use as a study guide. There are 30 letters, ch, ll, ñ, and rr are included as separate letters.
Pages 2-3: A practice worksheet that can be used in class. It includes: a pronunciation guide of the 30-letter version of the Spanish alphabet, room for students to write down Spanish words as you spell them using the Spanish alphabet, a partner activity where students spell words to each other using the Spanish alphabet, and a signature sheet where students can collect signatures after they recite the Spanish alphabet as practice to friends, family, teachers, coaches, etc.
Page 4: For a quiz, I have students recite the alphabet to me. This page is how I track the grade, where I can mark each letter that the student misses or mispronounces. After I enter the grade in the gradebook I return the slip to the student.
Page 5: A larger version of the alphabet without the pronunciation guide. I allow students to look at this while they recite the alphabet to me so that they don't lose their place.
Pages 1-2: The numbers are listed in Spanish from 0-20 with an English-based pronunciation guide to help students say the numbers correctly. Then there are three activities to practice writing and spelling the numbers in Spanish: Writing the numbers in Spanish, solving math problems by writing the answer as a Spanish number, and a crossword puzzle.
Page 3: Directions for a project in Google Slides where students will represent the numbers with images
Page 4: A copy of the numbers enlarged to use for the spoken quiz (I lay it on my desk so that students don't lose their spot when counting out loud in Spanish)
Page 5: Spoken Quiz - I have my students recite the numbers from 0-20 for me in Spanish, and I use these slips to mark the numbers that they skip or mispronounce. Once I enter the grade into my gradebook, I return the slips to the students.