I Spy printables are great for providing visual sensory exercise to kids by having them count and visually analyze the tiny differences among the objects. They also help strengthen a child’s visual discriminating ability by paying attention to small details and not to mention the touch and count ability.
These I spy count and record objects is a great activity for kids to practice their counting skills, and color the same objects to help them visually scan through them.
How can you use these I spy printable activities?
I spy game printables can be used for classroom activity, morning work, and birthday party games, or you can use them on play dates and set up a prize.
You can also print them in the form of a book or plan ahead for spring break, summer break or winter break. These games are also great for travel purposes whether you are going on a flight, a road trip, or just a visit to a restaurant.
If you have 4 to 6-year-old kids and are on the way to expect another baby, save these fun activities and coloring pages to keep kids busy and engaged for post-baby time.
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I spy Games Printables
Spy and Count Fruits Activity
This I spy fruits activity helps kids learn more about fruits names, and you can understand how much they can recognize and differentiate among fruits.
Spy and Count Vegetable Activity
This I spy vegetable activity is great for teaching kids the difference between fruits and vegetables. They can learn more vocabulary and the names of the veggies.
Spy and Count Vehicle Activity
This vehicle I spy activity is a great way to engage boys as they tend to love cars and vehicles more than girls.
Spy and count hearts
Easy and visually relaxing spy and count activities for kids so they won’t feel overwhelmed while playing.