Numbers in Spanish Worksheets and how to Count 1-1000
Numbers in Spanish Worksheets

Publication: Mar 17, 2021

Category: Language Learning

Inside: A guide to counting the numbers in Spanish 1-1000, with Spanish numbers worksheets and activities.

Looking for activities to learn to count in Spanish? You’re in the right place!

This post is packed with info on Spanish numbers, and I’ve got some great free printables for you if you’re working with kids.

First, we’ll go over counting from 1-1000 in Spanish, and then you can see the worksheets and activities for teaching the numbers.

In case you’re here looking for something specific, here’s what’s included in this post:

Related: The Best Números Songs in Spanish for Kids

Numbers 1-20 in Spanish

Let’s start with an overview of the numbers. If you’re unsure how to pronounce anything, SpanishDict is a great resource for hearing any Spanish word as pronounced by a native speaker.

Here are numbers 0 – 10 in in Spanish:

  • 0 – cero
  • 1 – uno
  • 2 – dos
  • 3 – tres
  • 4 – cuatro
  • 5 – cinco
  • 6 – seis
  • 7 – siete
  • 8 – ocho
  • 9 – nueve
  • 10 – diez

Here are numbers 11 – 20 in in Spanish:

  • 11 – once
  • 12 – doce
  • 13 – trece
  • 14 – catorce
  • 15 – quince
  • 16 – dieciséis
  • 17 – diecisiete
  • 18 – dieciocho
  • 19 – diecinueve
  • 20 – veinte
  • 20 – veinte
  • 21 – veintiuno
  • 22 – veintidós
  • 23 – veintitrés
  • 24 – veinticuatro
  • 25 – veinticinco
  • 26 – veintiséis
  • 27 – veintisiete
  • 28 – veintiocho
  • 29 – veintinueve

Numbers 30-100 in Spanish

Here’s how to say the numbers 30 – 100 in in Spanish:

  • 30 – treinta
  • 31 – treinta y uno
  • 32 – treinta y dos
  • 33 – treinta y tres
  • 40 – cuarenta
  • 41 – cuarenta y uno
  • 42 – cuarenta y dos
  • 50 – cincuenta
  • 60 – sesenta
  • 70 – setenta
  • 80 – ochenta
  • 90 – noventa
  • 100 – cien

Numbers 100 – 1,000 in Spanish

Here’s how to say the numbers 100 – 1,000 in in Spanish:

  • 100 – cien
  • 101 – ciento uno
  • 102 – ciento dos
  • 200 – doscientos (-as)
  • 300 – trescientos(-as) 
  • 400 – cuatrocientos(-as)
  • 500 – quinientos(-as)
  • 600 – seiscientos(-as)
  • 700 – setecientos(-as)
  • 800 – ochocientos(-as)
  • 900 – novecientos(-as)
  • 1,000 – mil 
  • 2,000 – dos mil
  • 3,000 – tres mil
  • 100,000 – cien mil 

And just for fun!

  • 1,000,000 – un millón
  • 2,000,000 – cinco millones
  • 1,000,000,000 mil milliones

If you’d like more guidance or help with pronunciation, this is an excellent video for teens and adult Spanish learners.

Spanish Numbers Worksheets

I’ve put together a pack of free Spanish numbers worksheets for different ages and learners. You’ll notice the image isn’t 100% crisp here online, but when I send the email with the PDF files, they will be clean and ready to print.

Free Spanish Numbers
Worksheets & Games

Practice numbers 1-10 and 0-20!

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    Here’s what’s included in the pack!

    Worksheets for Kids (Spanish Numbers 1-10)

    Trace, color, cut, and paste the Spanish numbers:

    Color-by-number Spanish numbers worksheet:

    Matching sheet for the Spanish numbers 1-10:

    Worksheets for Older Kids – Teens (Spanish Numbers 0 – 20)

    Spanish numbers 1-20 Word Scramble:

    Numbers 1-20 Spanish Word Search:

    Numbers 1-20 Spanish Crossword:

    Spanish Counting Activities for Kids

    One of my very favorites games for learning Spanish is called Mano nerviosa. All you need is a regular deck of cards! Read the post here or watch this video to learn how to play.

    Bingo, of course, is also a great way to practice the numbers and you can even have your kids or students design their own boards. (Bingo boards for numbers 0-15 are included in the worksheet pack!).

    Songs are another excellent way to practice counting in Spanish. Here’s one that’s good for young children:

    Lastly, here’s a poster for remembering numbers 1-15! You download and print it from the numbers worksheet pack.

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