Early foreign language learning tends to focus on numbers, letters, and basic sentences. Which is great!
But it’s also cool when you add in a little fun as you go, right?
We’ve already shared printables to help kids learn to count in Spanish, but that’s not quite the same as learning to interact with others in the language.
Which is why this super simple printable Spanish I Have Who Has game is so great for early learners!
With this simple Spanish vocabulary game, kids can have fun, practice counting, and work on their Spanish vocabulary – all at the same time!
Read on to see how to get your copy for free!
And, for more help with teaching Spanish to children, take a look at A to Z Español – our Spanish Alphabet Learning Kit!
Printable Spanish I Have Who Has Game for Kids
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The rules of the game are simple.
There are 20 cards in all. Divide them up evenly among players (no more than four).
Each player reads what is on their card, which includes naming the number on their card and asking who has another number.
Except in Spanish.
The player with the most matches at the end wins!
If you need help to teach kids how to read the numbers in Spanish as well, pick up our Spanish number 1-20 flashcards too!
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