What can you spot on this fun I Spy page? We've found all sorts of objects that you might take with you to the beach / seaside. Use the page to play I Spy with the kids, or combine it with our question page for an interesting activity.
I Spy Puzzles
NEW! These fun puzzles pages can be used on their own to prompt counting, picture spotting or general conversation, as the basis for a traditional game of I Spy, or together with our question pages as an observation and writing activity. However you use them, we think the kids will have fun discovering what's in each I Spy collection!
Have fun spotting animals, birds, people, farmyard buildings and items - and then answering our question sheet about what you have spotted! You could also use this I Spy page for an I Spy game, to spark conversation, to learn vocabulary and so on.
Count up the pictures in the Chinese New Year "I Spy" sheet. Then, if you like, use the second page of this colourful activity to put the results into bar chart form.
Test the children's counting and observation skills with this fun i-spy worksheet packed full of beautiful garden birds.
There are so many interesting objects to spot on this fun "in the garden" I Spy page, and you can use it in so many ways. We've included a question sheet for the kids to attempt too.
What can you spot on this I Spy page? Count and sort, look for colours, choose your favourite .. there's so many ways to use it. And of course you could ask the kids to answer our question sheet, too!
Spot the different minibeasts on our fun Minibeast I Spy page, and see how many you can name. Count the different minibeasts, look for colours, play an I Spy game using the sheet - or set the kids the challenge of answering our fun questions!
What can you spot on this fun Pick 'n Mix I Spy page? We've piled all sorts of objects on the page, ready for counting, sorting, discussing ... and answering our questions on!
How many of each planet can you count? Write the totals in the boxes. It's a fun space-themed activity for early counting practice.