Groundhog Day I Spy Game

Welcome to day 2 of the 7 Days of Groundhog Day Printables for Kids! {Yesterday, I shared a Groundhog Day Matching Game for Toddlers. Click here to see the other parts of the series!}

Today, I have a Groundhog Day I Spy Game for you.

My 6-year-old has loved I Spy games for a few years now and still does, and I enjoy finding ways to look at them and talk about them with my 2-year-old. My toddler can’t count to 10, but he can certainly find specific images and point them out to me!

 

Groundhog Day is kind of quirky, but really just a fun holiday to talk about. Play this printable Groundhog Day I Spy Game with your toddler or kindergartener as a conversation starter, to practice counting, 1:1 correspondence, number recognition, and more! Practice math without even noticing.

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Materials for Groundhog Day I Spy Game

 

Groundhog Day is kind of quirky, but really just a fun holiday to talk about. Play this printable Groundhog Day I Spy Game with your toddler or kindergartener as a conversation starter, to practice counting, 1:1 correspondence, number recognition, and more! Practice math without even noticing.

 

What’s in the printable PDF file?

The one-page printable includes 10 different images: A groundhog in a top hat and bowtie, a groundhog face with the words “6 more weeks”, a groundhog face, a person in a top hat holding a groundhog, a groundhog wearing an “I love Spring” t-shirt, groundhog day word art, a groundhog wearing a blue hat, blue and red gloves, and a blue and red scarf, a groundhog with its shadow, a groundhog peeking out of its hole, and a dancing groundhog.

There are between three and ten of each image.

 

Groundhog Day is kind of quirky, but really just a fun holiday to talk about. Play this printable Groundhog Day I Spy Game with your toddler or kindergartener as a conversation starter, to practice counting, 1:1 correspondence, number recognition, and more! Practice math without even noticing.

 

Simply print out the page and provide a marker if your kid is up to marking the correct number. As usual, you can make the printable reusable by laminating it.

I’ve included an answer key on a different page.

Groundhog Day is kind of quirky, but really just a fun holiday to talk about. Play this printable Groundhog Day I Spy Game with your toddler or kindergartener as a conversation starter, to practice counting, 1:1 correspondence, number recognition, and more! Practice math without even noticing.

 

Are your kids working on counting? I’ve got the perfect printable pack for you!

This printable pack contains 10 different activities for learning and practicing counting at different skill levels for toddlers and preschoolers with play dough mats, games, clip cards, puzzles, and more. Includes numbers, dice, and tally mark versions. {Remember, VIP members get 50% off!}

This Hello Sunshine! Counting Printable Pack contains 10 different activities for learning and practicing counting at different skill levels for toddlers and preschoolers with play dough mats, games, clip cards, puzzles, and more. Includes numbers, dice, and tally mark versions.

 

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Like the clip art?

Groundhog Day Matching Game for Toddlers uses the same set.

 

Are you looking for more Groundhog Day activities? Here are a few others!

7 Days of Groundhog Day Matching Game for Toddlers

Groundhog Day Matching Game for Toddlers

Groundhog Day Counting Puzzles

Groundhog Day Emergent Reader Coloring Pages

Groundhog Day Sight Word Gross Motor Activity by Sight and Sound Reading

Groundhog Day Songs and Rhymes by Living Montessori Now

 

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