Miraflores does language in context.
Here is a way to learn and review the numbers 1-100 with images from Québec.
This is an ORAL exercise. Some teachers might like it for review and consolidation while others use it for preseting the numbers. (Stop and repeat when your students get stuck.) Numbers 70 to 100 are hard!
I have opted for not writing the numbers out because pronounciation is much better when students listen instead of reading.
The numbers are in order, from 1 to 100.
Students look at the image and say the number.
They can work in pairs, in threes, the entire class can participate.
If there are images that are of interest, take a moment to talk about Québec, Canada´s French speaking province where all the street signs are in French.
Encourage your students to read the words they do not know and you will notice how they like to figure them out. The images help!
And a final note on numbers. I live in Montreal. I had a terrible time learning numbers in French because I was hearing separate words. So I heard quatre vingt dix and I would have to do the math in my head. I taught Spanish to French speaking students, so I would say "Spanish numbers are easy compared to French". Once I even went to the board and wrote 4 x 20 equals 80. + 10 equals 90. My students laughed but I explained how hard it was for me. A good lesson for teachers to remember how hard it is to learn a new language.