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Download this free set of I Spy Letters alphabet worksheets. They will make a great addition to your preschool literacy centers.
If your preschoolers are working to learn the alphabet, you don’t want to miss these alphabet printables. Kids will build visual discrimination skills as they search for the correct letter amongst letters with similar characteristics.
These free preschool printables combing coloring, handwriting, and letter recognition practice into one fun activity.
I Spy Letters
I Spy games are great for helping little ones develop a multitude of skills. They build visual discrimination skills as they hunt for the featured object. Fine motor skills get some attention when kids color, circle, or cover the objects they’re looking for.
This particular set of worksheets helps kids focus on letter recognition, as well. These no-prep worksheets are ready for you to print and go!
Each of the 26 pages included in this pack features a different letter. Students will identify the letter in the magnifying glass in the bottom right corner of the page.
Then, they’ll search amongst the letters to find all of the featured letters. There are 15-20 featured letters on each page. The other letters on the page are similar in size or shape which encourages kids to fine tune their visual discrimination skills.
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.
For kids who don’t want to color, they can put a colored gem or counter on each letter. This encourages fine motor skill building in a whole different way.
I SPY PRESCHOOL BOOKS
Fill your book basket with a great collection of I Spy preschool books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
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.
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.
If you’re teaching geography to your preschoolers this year, they’ll love this Montessori-inspired I Spy Continents activity.
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