4th of July I Spy Printable

E has liked Look and Find and I Spy books for years!

I still never considered making my own I Spy printables until I needed a quick and simple Valentine’s card for E’s large preschool class. E was on something of a crafting strike at the time, so I decided to make a printable I Spy Valentine’s card for her friends {and not surprisingly, E really liked it, too!}.

I’ve always wanted to make more, but well, I have a long list of printables I want to make, and I never got around to it in the last five months.

Last week, I finally made a new one: The Shark I Spy printable is perfect to prepare for shark week – and this week, I have a 4th of July I Spy printable ready for E {and you!} just in time for the upcoming holiday.

Free Printables for Kids: Sneaky counting and number recognition practice with this 4th of July I Spy game!

For this one, I used a few more different images because it was hard to choose just six from this adorable clipart 😉 So this time, there are nine different images that your kids can count. At the bottom, they can circle the appropriate numbers.

This is the perfect quick and easy seasonal math activity – the kids don’t even notice they’re learning! It’s great for quiet time or to keep the kids busy while running errands or in the doctor’s waiting room.

Free Printables for Kids: Sneaky counting and number recognition practice with this 4th of July I Spy game!

It’s a no prep printable, so all you have to do is print the page and let the kids start counting the images.

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More 4th of July activities

Digital LEGO 4th of July Build and Count Challenge

Red, White, and Blue Water Sensory Bin

4th of July Grid Game

Red, White, and Blue Cupcakes


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  1. MessyScraper says:

    Mini Car folding book was the link to download instead of 4th of July I spy!