Sunday, May 29, 2016

I Spy Printables! (Practical Mondays #15)


When you’ve run out of options and have already “spied” of all the furniture, toys, doors & windows in the house, all types of trucks and minivans in the road, and all the posters and doctors equipment while waiting for your turn, here are some I Spy Sheets you could use! 

Not just spy, but count the items and write the number at the bottom too.

Just Click & Print:


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21 comments:

  1. Interestingly, while I'm not a home schooler, I got lots of educational workbooks, and I'm now selling the unused ones that we've grown out of on ebay. Amazingly I've discovered a whole world of homeschoolers that are on the lookout for more of these types of things....(we travel a lot so if the kids missed school I made them do 'something')

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    1. I'm not a homeschooler either! And my son *LOVES* these kind of worksheets! I usually just scribble it on his drawing book though! Thanks for stopping by Lydia :)

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  2. Thanks for hosting each week! I like the I Spy sheets - great idea! Pinning for the summer :)

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  3. Ooh, these sheets are such a great idea!! Great that they are just there ready for us to pin, or print straight away!! My boys live activity sheets-they'll love these!! Thanks for sharing with #bigpinklink

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  4. What a great idea. Going to use these at school- thank you!

    #fartglitter

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  5. Cute idea. My daughter is eleven and still loves to play eye spy but as you say, eventually you spy everything in the house :0)

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    1. I know, these kind of sheets are actually for parents, cuz I'm really bored of spying the same old things at home!

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  6. Ohh great idea for a printable, I love it xx #bigpinklink

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  7. Hi! I teach hand sewing to elementary-age kids and I have a blog that shows other folks how to use the system I teach. (It was created 30+ years ago by a Montessori directress.) I'm just wondering if mine would be the type of posts suitable for your linkup.

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    1. Yes please! It's activities with kids so will be a nice addition:)

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    2. Great, done! :) Thank you for hosting this linkup.

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  8. What child doesn't love I spy games! These printables look like they would be such fun and a good learning activity, too. Thanks for sharing at #LMMLinkup!

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  9. These sheets are wonderful! My son loved I Spy books, I'm sure he still does, actually. Anyway, they kept him busy for a while and they were great to grow his eye strength. I Spy Books/activities are good for children who have Amblyopia (lazy eye). Thanks for sharing with us at #MMBH!
    -Dean @Mrs_AOK
    www.mrsaokaworkinprogress

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  10. Great idea and thank you for sharing these printables with the #DreamTeam. Please can you make sure that you include a link back or the badge, that's would be brilliant. X

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