I Spy for Kids

I Spy for kids! Games and resources designed to help preschoolers strengthen counting, visual discrimination, and logic skills!

Preschoolers love to learn through play. I Spy games are a great way to do that. Kids will search for objects on a grid, count them, and write the number.

Searching for items in the grid helps preschoolers strengthen visual discrimination skills. They’ll have to look for objects of the same theme or even similar style (like jack-o’-lanterns with different facial features). Doing this, helps them pay attention to detail.

Counting objects on the grid helps strengthen one-to-one correspondence skills. And, writing numbers helps with handwriting practice.

I Spy for Kids

Below, I’m sharing all of the I Spy games I’ve created to date. They’re separated into holidays, seasons, and everyday games.

I Spy Books

Grab one or more of these I Spy preschool books for a fun quiet time activity! They’re also great for travel activities or entertaining kids during long waits.

Holiday I Spy for Preschoolers

These Halloween I Spy Games are perfect for the month of October. Kids will build visual discrimination skills as they hunt for Halloween objects. 

Thanksgiving I Spy games are a great way to practice counting and strengthen visual discrimination skills this fall.

Seasonal I Spy Printables

This fall, print out a copy of this I Spy an Apple game for your young learners. They’ll practice counting and writing numbers while strengthening visual discrimination skills. 

This fall, print out a copy of this Bat I Spy Game for your young learners. They’ll practice counting and writing numbers while strengthening visual discrimination skills.

This October, kids will count and graph their way through this Monster Eyes I Spy for preschoolers activity. It’s great for Halloween or Letter M activities!

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.

While studying apples with your preschoolers this fall, let them practice counting within ten with this Life Cycle of an Apple I Spy Game

Everyday I Spy Games for Preschoolers

Download this set of uppercase I Spy Letter printable games. These alphabet worksheets are the perfect addition to your preschool literacy centers.

Download this free set of I Spy Letters alphabet worksheets. They will make a great addition to your preschool literacy centers.

Learning about zoo animals is so much fun for preschoolers. This I Spy Zoo Animals game is a great way to practice counting with their favorite animals.

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!

Do your preschoolers love pirate theme activities? If so, they’ll love this pack of I Spy pirate themed printables.

Teach visual discrimination and practice counting with this super fun, low-prep I Spy Pirate Monkey Activity for preschool kiddos!

Teaching Resources

If your kids enjoy playing I Spy in the car, this I Spy busy bag is perfect for your next road trip. It works as a quiet time activity, as well. 

You can make your own I Spy busy bag with these ABC trinkets. This set includes a trinket for every letter of the alphabet. 

When you’re planning your next family game night, engage your preschoolers with a fun I Spy puzzle game. They’ll complete puzzles by matching riddles to their picture answers. 

That’s it for now! Be sure to check back regularly as this post will be updated often to reflect my newest I Spy Games.

If you are looking for something specific, let me know!

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  1. We love this game and almost have solved all kinds! But I could find some new in your post! Thank you for sharing!