It is always nice to have an easy activity to print off for the kiddos that doesn't make a mess, that can keep them occupied for several minutes, and that sneaks in important skills like counting and visual discrimination.
Our latest I SPY & Graph Printable does just that and is perfect for the holiday season-- count and graph Christmas Trees!
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If your child enjoys a little twist on the classic I SPY game, we have actually made a couple of these I SPY and Graph printables available to you to print for free. Enjoy several different themes, like:
I Spy Printable for Kids
Along with visual discrimination and scanning skills, your child will will work on counting and 1:1 correspondence. This is a great way to introduce graphing skills to young learners. My 3 1/2 year old has loved each I SPY & Graph printable I have presented to him!
I SPY & Graph Printable
Do A Dot Marker
To keep track of which picture you have counted, it may help to give your child small manipulatives like beads or erasers.
Otherwise, have your child count and graph each Christmas Tree he/ she finds. Use Do A Dot Markers or a pen to mark how many of each tree in the graph.
Afterwards, using the graph, talk with your child about most/ least:
What Christmas Tree did you find the most of?
What Christmas Tree did you find the least of?
Just print and play! It's a great activity for quiet time, when you are making lunch, or just need to keep the little ones busy for a few minutes.
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