This is a single sheet with 2 games (one per side). Only a pen or pencil and this sheet are needed for the students to be able to play this game, so it is low preparation.
The rules are: students read numbers in Spanish from the paper in order to be able to connect the dots. So for example, they want to connect the dots between the numbers "uno" and "cincuenta." The students have to say "1 - one" and "50 - fifty." If this is confirmed by the other student as correct, the student may connect the dots.
The students take turns joining two horizontally or vertically adjacent dots by a line. A player that completes the fourth side of a square (a box) initials that box and must play again. When all boxes have been initialed, the game ends and the player who has initialed more boxes wins.
It is also possible to give each student a marker of a different color so that they can color the box when they take ownership and then add up the number of each color at the end of the game.
Have fun! The students love playing games with a partner and this will keep them engaged and learning for quite awhile!