Free Worksheets Spring

FREE I Spy Spring

I spy flowers, I spy bees, I spy birds, I spy Spring! Are you seeing sign of Spring where you live? I bet the kids are so excited(not to mention the adults)! Children will enjoy this free I-spy game with a Spring theme!

FREE I Spy Spring - this free printable I Spy Game is a fun way for preschool and kindergarten age kids to practice visual discrimination and counting with a fun spring theme #ispy #kindergarten #kindergartengames

I Spy Spring

I spy activities are great for developing visual discrimination as well as counting and pairing objects.

Simply print this fun sheet, in color, and laminate if you wish to reuse it. It is a great independent activity for your Math center or as a quiet activity. It is perfect for travel binder too when you are going on a Spring break road trip! I Spy Games with a spring twist for preschool and kindergarten age kids

I Spy Games

How to use this printable:

See if you can find all the different pictures, count them and write the number above the pictures at the bottom, of the paper.

Printable Visual Discrimination activity for spring

Visual Discrimination

Younger children might have to encircle each picture while counting as to not count a picture more than once. They find it difficult to count scattered pictures like these when it is not in a row, but, it is good practice to get used to counting pictures randomly. Older, or mathematically skilled, kids might pick up on the pattern. Can you spy it? A fun preschool counting activity, perfect for Spring and perfect for preschoolers or kindergartners!  

Arh! I spy treasure for children to plunder in these super cute, I Spy Pirate pages. There are 6 super ute pirate worksheetsfor children to work on visual discrimination and counting math skills as they play these i spy games. Plus these fun I spy games for kids are FREE! These i spy worksheets are perfect for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students.  Simply download pdf file with i spy printables and you are ready to play dn learn! i-spy-bugs  

I Spy for Kids

If you enjoy I Spy Games don’t miss these other FREE I Spy printables:

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Spring Crafts for Kids

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Spring Science

Check out these outrageously FUN spring science experiments for kids:

FREE Sunflower Alphabet Printable Puzzles - this is such a fun alphabet activity for preschool, prek, and kindergarten age kids to practice matching upper and lowercase letters #alphabet #fall #preschool spring flower counting game FREE Flower Sight Word Maze - help pre k, kindergarten, and first grade students practice key sight words to improve reading readiness and fluency while having fun with a no prep educational activity for spring or summer. Fun kindergarten worksheets for april, may, and june with kindergartners.

Flower Printables

Looking for some fun, educational spring theme ideas to make learning fun this April and May? Check out these fun resources:

free-planting-carrot-cvc-words-activity free-spring-showers-letter-matching use jelly beans to practice counting with this easter math activity where students will count, trace numbers, and work on one to one correspondence

Spring Printables

Fun preschool counting activity for spring

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Nadia

Nadia is South African mom to two littlies, a former preschool teacher and currently working as a reading therapist at a remedial school. She blogs over at teach-me-mommy.com about easy and playful activities inspiring you to be your child's first teacher.

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