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I have a fun pack of Spring I Spy activities that you can use this season! This pack of 3 visual discrimination activities will keep your kindergarteners busy all season long!
My son loves the game I Spy. We used to bring an I Spy book whenever we left the house and had to wait anywhere – at a restaurant, on the plane, everywhere! It’s still one of his favorite activities even now and it’s becoming one of my younger daughter’s faves too.
Other Printable I Spy Centers and Worksheets
1) Christmas I Spy – This Christmas-themed I Spy is perfect for keeping little ones busy during the holidays
2) Autumn Apples I Spy – 3 differentiated levels of I Spy games perfect for an apple themed learning unit.
Printable Spring I Spy Worksheets
For this activity you will need:
Optional: laminator and dry erase markers
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Print out the pages and you’re ready to play this freebie. It’s that easy to set up this upgraded version of I Spy! You can laminate the pages if you’re using this with a group of children. They can use dry-erase markers to write the numbers in and you’ll then be able to wipe clean and reuse the sheets.
Kindergarten Visual Discrimination Activity
Instead of just finding the object, these 3 printables require the added skill of actually counting out the objects and then writing in the amount in the blank boxes. So, aside from visual discrimination, your students will work on counting and number writing!
There are 3 different themes included – garden, bugs and Easter – and they’re full of flowers, insects, bunnies, eggs and plants. These Spring I Spy pages are perfect boredom busters for a rainy day.
Check out these fun educational tools too:
Ladybug Land – observe ladybugs grow from larva
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