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Don’t miss your chance to download and print this Autumn I Spy Preschool Game pack! It’s perfect for counting and visual discrimination for kids.
I Spy games for kids are a great, low-key way to reinforce counting, visual discrimination, and fine motor skills. Whether you play the game orally or use printable games, your preschoolers will have so much fun they won’t even realize they’re learning.
These free preschool printables are a great addition to your preschool lessons. With four games to choose, they’ll entertain your preschoolers for hours.
Autumn I Spy Preschool Game
These preschool I Spy games features cute autumn characters from pumpkins and apples to leaves and scarecrows and more.
In addition to building visual discrimination skills, these fall worksheets will help your child count to ten and work on fine motor skills.
As kids search for each featured item, they can circle or cover the objects they’re looking for. Each of these options builds a different set of muscles in the hand/wrist.
Each of the pages in this pack of autumn activities features a different set of autumn-themed items. Students will look in the boxes at the bottom of each sheet to see which object they’re looking for.
As they identify the item, they can circle it or put a counter (button, gem, etc) on it. Once they’ve found them all, have them count how many there are. Then, they’ll write the number in the box.
There are a number of ways to make these pages reusable. You could slip an I Spy game into a dry erase pocket and have kids color the letters with a dry erase marker.
You can also laminate them and use dry erase markers to complete the activity pages.
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT Autumn
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about autumn. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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We’re Going on a Leaf Hunt – Join three friends on a fun leaf-finding adventure! This bouncy new version of the popular song begs to be read out loud.
Fall – Each season has something special about it, and in these books we explore each one. What shall we wear, where shall we go and what will we see? New sensations, noises and tastes; so much that is new!
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves! – That wild old lady is back swallowing fall-themed items. What can you make from leaves, clothes, a pumpkin, and rope? That’s right, a scarecrow!
Explore harvest time with all your senses. This Autumn harvest sensory bin is like fall is here all year round.
The Fall Tree DIY Felt Board is a great interactive and sensory way to teach toddlers and preschoolers about how things change in the season while providing so much fun. It promotes many types of learning like fine-motor skills, counting, sorting, comparing sizes, colors recognition, pretend play without direct instruction from an adult.
Download and print some cute fall and autumn lunchbox notes. Slip them in your child’s lunch box or just surprise them with a cute note anytime.
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