These cards include the number 1 - 100 with the Spanish written below the number, as well as cards without the Spanish words. You can practice with the Spanish set and then quiz with the set that doesn't have the Spanish words.
They are color coded. Every three numbers share a color and different shade, then this is repeated as you go higher. For example, 1-2-3 are all blue starting from light to dark, then 11-12-13 have the same shades. The numbers 10, 20, 30 etc also have the same color. This is to add an extra sensorial dimension so the child can more easily recall the numbers.
You can do several games with these cards. I sometimes do a go-fish type game which we call "Tienes número..." and we do either 3 numbers in sequence or 3 numbers with the same color, for example 9, 19, 29. Another game is where I call a number and they have to slap it.
Spanish Number Flashcards 1 to 100
by Abby Williamson
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License