This set of free printable fall I Spy pages are a great way to help younger kids develop fine motor skills, counting skills, number formation ability, and attention to detail. Pick from four different I Spy printable games with different levels of difficulty. I hope you enjoy this free activity!
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If you love fall printables, you’ve come to the right place! Be sure to check out these popular printables for your fall theme. (Keep scrolling to bottom of the page for even more fun activities for the fall season.)
These I Spy printable are no prep worksheets that can be used at home or in the classroom. I spy printables can help young children develop a variety of skills, including:
- Visual discrimination skills
- Attention to detail
- Counting abilities and number sense
- Number formation or tally marks
- Fine motor skills
- Language skills and fall vocabulary words
How to use printable worksheets
Kids of all ages (and adults, too!) learn through repetition. Although solving the same worksheet multiple times might not sound appealing to you, there’s a very good chance that young kids will enjoy completing the same page multiple times.
This is why I prefer to make I Spy worksheets reusable. Simply slide the printed sheets into dry erase pockets or heavy duty sheet protectors and have your child or student complete the pages with a dry erase marker.
- Package includes 6 dry erase pocket sleeves in 6 bright colors, which are red, green, yellow, orange, pink, and blue.
- Mr. Pen dry erase pocket sleeves are made with durable and long-lasting PET plastic with industrial-grade stitching according to the highest quality...
- Our dry erase pockets measure 10 x 14 inches, which makes them perfect for storing most sizes of paper or student activity sheets.
We frequently use Stabilo Woody 3 in 1 pencils instead of dry erase markers. They’re a large wax crayon that doesn’t smell or stain. They wash off very easily, even if some accidentally gets on the walls. We even use Stabilo Woody pencils to make reusable coloring pages! See them in action in this post with dinosaur coloring pages.
- XXL lead applies as much pigment as 8 colored pencils at once
- Large width ideal for smaller hands
Of course, these game printables can also be used un-protected with whatever writing utensil your young learners prefer.
I Spy games can be used in many different ways, such as in a classroom math or literacy center, during independent quiet play time, as early finishers, in a homemade busy book, or as part of a homeschool lesson. It also makes a great rainy day boredom buster.
This set includes four different I Spy printables. Two are black and white, two are in color, and all four are unique.
Directing children to color each style of image in a different color can help them count the objects and give them more fine motor practice. Children can also cross off or circle each item as it’s counted. Instruct your child or student to not mark each picture if you want to make this activity more challenging!
The puzzles have varying difficulty levels. If this is your child’s first time completing a fun activity like this, start with one of the simpler pages (not the fall leaf page!).
The puzzles include different objects associated with this time of year, including:
- Pumpkin pie
- Hot chocolate
- Fall leaves
Free fall I Spy printable PDF file download area
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I hope you and your little learners enjoy these printables! Be sure to check out the additional blog posts below for even more printable fall activities: