St. Patrick’s Preschool I Spy

St. Patrick’s Preschool I Spy

St Patricks I spy preschool
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Again, a great fill in activity that I save for schedule changes, especially.  Or a supplemental activity. I started making my own because any of the I Spy printables I found had so many objects, it was cumbersome and took forever. I tested them on my advanced 4yo preschooler and while he completed it, most preschoolers would have been bored. There are far more effective ways to teach counting! Mainly I use it as a different way to reinforce number formation (recognition). Enough jabbering, direct download below the leprechaun..wheeee

P.S. If you want the critical thinking part of “I Spy”, Highlights magazine offers a great series for critical thinking, including their infamous “hidden pictures”, for free in weekly email subscription.

 

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Color A Rainbow Free Printable

Color A Rainbow Free Printable

 

Color a Rainbow

Play to see what your rainbow will look like!       
Starting from the top arch, the color you use depends on what number you roll! It was exciting to see how our rainbows would turn out!

Skill building:  counting, 1:1 subtizing, critical thinking, taking turns, waiting.

Below is an example of the main template. Pack includes:

  • 2 copies each of main template, template without key.
  • 1 key only page.

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DIRECT DOWNLOAD LINK IS BELOW THE LEPRECHAUN

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St. Patrick’s Day Preschool Math Free Printable

St. Patrick’s Day Preschool Math Free Printable

St. Patricks Day Preschool Math Free Printable
Count Count Trace!
I use the plastic shamrock coins from the $store, or real coins to increase the fun level of this activity!
Emphasize the rainbow fun by encouraging child to use a different color to trace the number.

After child completes the page, encourage her to color it.

 

 

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