Colorful Kites I Spy Game
Kites make for a fun little spring theme! Except I actually didn’t realize that they’re a symbol of spring in the US, because in Germany, they stand for fall. Funny how there are subtle differences that aren’t readily apparent, even to someone who has spent many years in both countries. I certainly do learn something new every day 🙂
Either way, feel free to use this printable Colorful Kites I Spy Game for spring, fall, or just because it’s fun 🙂
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Materials for Colorful Kites I Spy Game
- Markers, crayons, highlighters, manipulatives, or whatever else your child likes to use to mark the page. E decided to try beads and a yellow highlighter for this one.
What’s in the Printable PDF File?
This is a one-page, no-prep printable: Download, print, and play.
This variation of I Spy game is a bit more challenging than some of my other ones. While the colors are quite different for the most part, the shapes are all the same, and I didn’t restrict myself to having all kites in the same orientation.
If you’d prefer a simpler version, try my Valentine’s, Fall, and Christmas I Spy games with a limited number of images that are different in shape and/or coloration.
It’s very important to have a strategy for counting the kites, and marking those that have already been counted is a great idea. For this I Spy game, E used a highlighter and combined it with beads for subsequent patterns.
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Looking for more spring activities?
Spring Flower Name & Fine Motor Activity from Stir the Wonder
Spring Toddler Activities from Living Life and Learning
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