I Spy Animals
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Don’t miss this awesome collection of printable I Spy Animals games for kids! With more than fifteen animal themes to choose from, there’s something for everyone!
Kids love playing I Spy games, and they have so many benefits for young kids. They are a great way to sneak in preschool skills like letter recognition and counting to name a few. Playing I Spy also helps young children build visual discrimination skills.
These free preschool printables are a great addition to your preschool lessons. With over fifteen animal themes to choose from they’re great for many seasons, habitats, and Letter of the Week themes.
I Spy Animals
This I Spy animals worksheet pack features cute animals in a variety of themes – farm animals, ocean animals, pets, and many more.
In addition to building visual discrimination skills, these worksheets will help your child count to ten and work on fine motor skills.
As kids search for each featured animal, 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 features a different group of animals. Students will look in the boxes at the bottom of each sheet to see which animal they’re looking for.
As they identify the animal, 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.
I Spy Preschool Books
Fill your book basket with a great collection of I Spy books for kids. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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I Spy Spooky Night – From a haunted house to a misty graveyard, readers can examine the different objects, solve the picture riddles, and become an I Spy detective!
I Spy Fantasy – Readers can examine the different objects, solve the picture riddles, and become an I Spy detective!
I Spy Christmas – From an assortment of ornaments to a window full of toys, readers can examine the different objects, solve the picture riddles, and become an I Spy detective!
Build your own I SPY busy bags with little trinkets, buttons, erasers, and more.
Check out this fun I Spy Shapes game! Are you ready to play? Then dive right in and dig away. Race the clock, it’s not so hard! Dig out 6 objects, place on your card. When each player has gone ALL IN, match one more for the win!
This Solar System I Spy bag is easy to put together, and the free printable I Spy card includes everything your preschooler will need to look for.
Follow this tutorial to learn how to make DIY I Spy bottles for your kids.
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What a cute activity for kids!