Lesson 1.2: Numbers and Colors

Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to identify and use numbers 1-30 and basic colors in Spanish. This knowledge will enable them to describe objects, people, and environments, laying the foundation for more complex descriptions and interactions in Spanish.

Introduction (Video Script)

Welcome back to our Spanish journey! Today, we’re adding some color and numbers to our conversations. Imagine you’re exploring a vibrant market in a Spanish-speaking country, surrounded by colorful crafts and bustling stalls. Knowing your numbers and colors will not only help you navigate purchases but also enrich your descriptions and stories. Let’s dive into the colorful and numerical world of Spanish!

Learning Content

  1. Numbers 1-30
  • Practice pronouncing numbers 1-30 in Spanish, emphasizing proper pronunciation and memorization through repetition.
  1. Basic Colors
  • Rojo (Red)
  • Azul (Blue)
  • Verde (Green)
  • Amarillo (Yellow)
  • Naranja (Orange)
  • Morado (Purple)
  • Rosa (Pink)
  • Negro (Black)
  • Blanco (White)
  • Gris (Gray)


  1. Colorful Numbers Game
  • Create flashcards with numbers on one side and colors on the other.
  • Working in pairs, students draw a card and then have to find an object in the classroom that matches the color and count out objects in Spanish according to the number on the card.
  1. “I Spy” in Spanish
  • Play a version of “I Spy” where students describe objects in the room using their color and quantity in Spanish. For example, “Veo tres libros azules.”

Discussion Questions

  • How do colors and numbers enhance our ability to describe things in daily life?
  • Can you think of any cultural significances attached to certain colors in Spanish-speaking countries?

Expanding Learning

  • Research the significance of colors in various Spanish-speaking cultures. For example, red is often associated with passion and emotion in Spanish culture.
  • Listen to a Spanish song that mentions colors and numbers. Try to identify the colors and numbers mentioned and the context in which they are used.


Numbers and colors are essential building blocks in any language. They allow us to share details about the world around us, describe our preferences, and conduct transactions. As you continue your Spanish journey, remember that these basics are your tools for crafting more detailed and colorful narratives. Keep practicing, and soon you’ll be painting pictures with your words and navigating conversations with ease. ¡Nos vemos pronto!

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