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.
More Summer Puzzles
Just in case you haven't found enough summer themed puzzles in our main categories here are even more summer puzzles to keep kids (and adults) busy on summer holiday. Why not print a selection and join them together to make your own book?
Here's a great printable puzzle for summer camps and scout camps and family camping trips! How many words can you come up, starting with each letter of the alphabet?
Can there possibly be a different flower beginning with every letter of the alphabet? I can think of quite a few but was stumped by X and Z... until a member emailed me to remind me of zinnias!
This puzzle requires very close observation. Can your children find 10 differences between the two ice cream sundaes?
There are 6 delicious looking ice cream cones on this puzzle. One is slightly different to the other five. Can your children use their powers of observation to work out which it is?
Which of these 6 yummy looking ice cream sundaes is different from the others? You'll have to look very closely to find the odd one out.
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.
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!
Fill in the grid square by square to reveal the mystery picture - a cheeky butterfly! If you don't tell the kids what the picture it, it will be fun as it reveals itself. The pdf contains the puzzle and an answer sheet too.
The picture shows the harder of two versions of this mystery picture puzzle. Choose the one that feels right for your child and don't tell them what the picture is going to be!
Here's a challenging puzzle to keep the kids busy - in fact two puzzles, as we have an easier and harder version of this picture. Don't tell the kids what it is and see how many squares they have to fill in before they work it out...
Here's a fun puzzle to try by the seaside - or perhaps on the journey to the beach. Try to think up a seaside-y word for each letter of the alphabet.
Here's a cheerful seaside crossword puzzle for you to print out and enjoy. Can your children fill in all the correct seaside words?
The seaside is the theme for this letter elimination grid puzzle! Can the children eliminate all of the letters from the grid by answering the clues?
Keep the kids busy on journeys to the seaside with this fun squashed sentences puzzle! Find the seaside themed sentence by starting at the shaded letter square. The two unused letters from each grid spell a word too...
We've taken pairs of seaside words and jumbled them up into this seaside word merge puzzle for kids! Can the kids un-jumble them again?
Here's a fun puzzle with a summer theme that will require some big thinking caps to be put on! Can the kids come up with a word for each letter of the alphabet, each with a summer theme?
Our summer brainteasers are great for getting the kids (and adults) thinking, and perfect for keeping everyone busy on long journeys! We've got 7 pages with 6 brainteasers on each page - work through them all, or divide them up into squares and hand them out.
These word star puzzles are anagrams but with something a little extra to make them appeal more to children! This set of 8 puzzles feature various summer fruit and veg...
Challenge your friends or family to see who can finish this summer letter elimination grid puzzle in the quickest time, or just challenge yourself against the clock!
Have fun with this colourful summer picture crossword puzzle, perfect for younger kids. You can also download the answers.
Can the kids match the colour pictures of the summer objects to their all-black shadows? They'll need to look carefully at the outlines of the shapes.