This is the last part of Count your sheep Bilingual post.
To review the numbers with my niece, I made some sheep from felt in black and white. I added a piece of Velcro at the back and let her count the sheep using my felt apron.
We sang this song in English and Spanish
10 little sheep
tune: 10 little indians
One, two, three little sheep
four, five, six little sheep
seven, eight, nine little sheep
ten little sheep!
Una, dos, tres ovejitas
cuatro, cinco, seis ovejitas
siete, ocho, nueve ovejitas,
diez ovejitas hay!
This time I wanted her to identify numerals and quantities so I made these posters to count sheep while reading in Spanish.
After that, we played using the Spanish Builder -Cuenta tus ovejas /Count your sheep filefolder game. It was a bit difficult for her at the beginning because she had to identify numerals and number words but she did a good job!
To assembly the game you need a filefolder, glue and contact paper or laminator.
You will find mats, cards, labels and pockets for storage.
Invite children to match numerals and number words while counting.
You can read Count your sheep part 1 here