Last week, I took the kids to the library and I checked out a Where’s Waldo? Find the Differences book.
After about 10 minutes of staring at one picture, my head started to hurt.
I found Waldo pretty quickly, but finding all the differences in each of the pictures almost killed me. The kids thought it was funny.
Look and find activities are really popular with kids (and adults like me), so I thought this fun Polar Animals I Spy Activity would be a cool winter project for early learners!
This winter I Spy activity is a simple, no prep learning game for little ones!
Read on to see how to get yours – free! And, for more early learning ideas for winter, don’t miss our Roll A Snowman Art Activity!
Polar Animals I Spy Activity
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This product includes two separate Polar Animal I Spy pages:
- A simple I Spy activity for preschoolers
- A more challenging I Spy activity for older children
These would be fantastic for morning tubs or math centers!
Simply laminate each activity page and let students use dry erase markers to count each polar animal they find.
The answers are included in the product too. 🙂
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