For our next activity, I printed out clipart pictures of a cow, a horse, a pig, a sheep, a rooster and a duck. I cut each picture in half. Then, I gave Arin the two piles of animals and had her put them together correctly. This was very easy for her, but still easy. It was easy enough that after the first time, she was able to keep herself busy playing it by herself.
Next, I printed 20 of the same clipart cow. I numbered ten of the cows, 1-10 (one number per cow). On the other ten cows, I drew spots. Then, I laid all of the cows with the spots in front of Arin. I gave her the pile of numbered cows. Arin counted the spots and picked the correctly numbered cow. She laid the numbered cow on top of the spotted cow. The second time we played this, I had her count the spots in Spanish. She would count it and then I would help her with the number. For example, she would say cinco and I would tell her that cinco is five. This way she knew which numbered card she was looking for. It also helps her to make the visual connection of the numbers she knows verbally in Spanish.