This is a pack of three worksheets (2 pages each; can be copied front/back) and answer keys IN SPANISH for introducing multiplication.
The first set is shapes, with questions like "A triangle has three sides. How many sides do four triangles have?" followed by a picture of four triangles and then a place to write an addition equation (3+3+3+3=12) and a place for a multiplication equation (3x4=12).
The second page is body parts, with questions like "A person has two eyes. How many eyes do 6 people have?" with pictures and spaces for equations as mentioned above.
The last page is animal feet, with questions like "A mosquito has 6 feet. How many feet do 4 mosquitoes have?" with pictures and spaces for equations as mentioned above.
There are also spaces and sentence frames on each page for students to generate their own questions, after having completed 5 or 6 sample questions.
I teach in a bilingual school where my English-speaking students are learning Spanish, so these worksheets are designed to support language growth through repetitive use of language and picture scaffolding. I do think the worksheets would be most useful to a teacher who spoke Spanish. However, they would also be functional for ESL students with English-speaking teachers, as long as those teachers are offering strong support through the worksheet practice.
Conceptually, these worksheets align with the way that the Math Investigations Curriculum introduces multiplication.