If you are looking for Math Kindergarten Centers in Spanish for your bilingual or Dual Language classroom, you have come to the right place! I will show you exactly what you can find in the January set of centers. These fun and engaging activities will have your kids reviewing math skills while having fun!
1. Counting to 20 in Spanish
In this center for kindergarten, students will count the birdhouses and find the matching number for each card. It includes cards up to number 20.
2. 3D Shapes in Spanish
Your kindergarten students will classify objets according to its shape. They will practice shapes in Spanish including cube, sphere, rectangular prism, cone, cylinder, and pyramid.
3. Teen numbers in Spanish
Using this math center, students will practice numbers 11 to 20 in Spanish. They will use a cube or any manipulative, count the objects and mark the image that represents each number.
4. Adding to 10 in Spanish
The best part about this activity is that it is color coded. So if you are able to print in color, your students will be able to easily visualize the quantities they are adding. They will use a card with an addition and take the number of mugs of each color they need. Then, they will find the correct answer. If you are not able to print in color dont worry, you can use the black and white version and trace the numbers with a marker.
5. 1 more 1 less
With this game, students will learn about identifying one more and one less. They will use a work mat with a number of snowballs. They can use cotton balls or blocks to count the number of snowballs and they will write the amount in the middle. Then, they will write one more and one less.
This activity of subtractions in Spanish is so much winter fun! Your kids will use a marker to cross out the corresponding amount and then find the correct answer. Its a great way to practice the skill while still using some support with the visuals.
7. Ordering numbers in Spanish
These winter puzzles will allow our students to place numbers in the correct sequence without always starting at number 1. These puzzles are an amazing (and cute) way to practice counting starting at any given number while still providing some support.
8. Ten frames
Do your kindergarten students need some more practice using ten frames? These puzzles can help them get familiar with ten frames and the number words in Spanish.
Don’t forget all these Kindergarten Math Centers in Spanish all come in color but there is also a black and white version for you. I have also included a page of visual instructions for each centers so your students can follow along and know what to do even without your assistance. You will also be able to find a math worksheet in Spanish for each center so your kindergarten students can continue practicing the concept after playing the center.
Or if you prefer, you can find activities for the ENTIRE YEAR here:
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Find winter books in Spanish for this month HERE.
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