Do you need something to help your child’s eye coordination? If so, these I Spy coloring pages for summer are just what you need to help your child practice.
Coloring is a fun activity for the end of the school year or the start of summer. As these free summer, I Spy pages, provide a fun coloring challenge for kids, they also help in ways you may not even know.
Latest research has conclusively linked eye tracking to reading skills. According to the findings, readers with dyslexia have shown different eye movements than typically developing students during text reading.
Should your child show early signs of dyslexia, activities like this which help them focus and find certain objects can be helpful.
These FREE I Spy coloring pages for summer include:
3 Total I Spy Coloring Pages
3 Varying Degrees of Difficulty
Grab your FREE printable iSpy coloring pages for summer from Thrifty Homeschoolers.
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