FREE Printable Nature Spy Cards


Turn nature walks into a game with printable nature I Spy cards animal edition. Your toddlers, preschoolers (even you and older kids) will enjoy this family activity. Using these I spy cards create great moments and opportunities for introducing vocabulary. Click here for your free printable nature spy cards for preschoolers and toddlers from Spell Outloud. […]

Camping I Spy Printable


Here is a fun Camping I Spy printable that kids will really enjoy either before camping to build up the excitement or during camping to keep them busy on down time.   Isn’t this such a great printable? Click here to check out this freebie! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and […]

FREE Printable Birdwatching I-Spy Fun Pack


Children love to watch birds and who can blame them? The winged creatures are beautiful, defy gravity, and fill the air with songs. You can get your kids excited about bird watching with this free, printable fun pack. It combines bird watching with a fun I-Spy game which your kids will love!Click here to download your […]

Weather I Spy Game {FREE Printables}


This Weather I Spy Game has three, fun, free weather printables for kids of different ages. It targets three different levels of difficulty.   Kids will truly enjoy this free activity! Simply click here check out this free printable set now! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our award-winning online homeschool […]

Find and Count the Bees FREE Brain Workout


Here is a great I Spy and Counting Activity with a cute bee theme! Can you find and count the correct number of bees? This is a perfect puzzle to get in a brain workout. Challenge visual discrimination skills, visual motor skills and counting skills with this freebie.Grab this free brain workout HERE. Need An […]

Easter I Spy Game {FREE Easter printables}


There are a total of six awesome printable games in the Easter I Spy printable download. The three different levels of difficulty make it easier for children to aim at their level of visual discrimination and move on to the higher levels so learning takes place. They will get better and better as they take […]