This worksheet can be used with a set of dominos for quick math practice in Spanish. Have students draw eight dominos from a set and use them to write math problems on their paper, according to the "modelo" at the top. Once they’ve done the math, they can work with a partner to read their math sentences aloud; for example, "Dos más tres son cinco." The attached reference sheet with numerals and Spanish words for numbers 1-20 may be used as a guide for review or support if you like.
For an additional challenge, consider having students write the words for the numbers instead, or trading papers with a partner to solve the math problems. You could also encourage students to make two "hidden errors" when solving so that a partner needs to correct their math. Any of these variations can be done with short, all-in-Spanish conversations to encourage authentic communication.