Monday, November 21, 2016

Rainbow I-Spy Printable for Toddlers

Toddlers are smack dab in the middle of the sensitive period for small objects. They have an incredible ability to pick out the smallest details in room or picture. Things that many adults simply glance over or ignore. They are also intensely focused on language acquisition. They want to know the name of everything they see and encounter. This makes activities like I-Spy ideal material for toddlers. We can help them get the language they crave and tap into their amazing detail power! 


While Nora has been very interested in colors for awhile, I made her some color-themed rainbow I-Spy work! I used small objects from around my house to create the images. Some of the materials are common for her, while others are new. Then, I used the images to create a small book which we love! The book itself has been popular for many months, so I wanted to make a version that I could easily share with all of you! 


I settled on these small printable cards! You can print, cut and laminate to make your own version of this popular I-spy work! The printable is totally free and includes the colors of the rainbow, plus pink, white, black, brown and grey! Hopefully, they are as big of a hit at your house as they have been here!




Interested in making your own book with the images? Email me at thekavanaughreport {at} gmail {dot} com! For $5 USD, I will send you the files for all the images and you can use to make whatever you would like! 

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1 comment:

  1. Try mspy to protect your kid and monitor their activity while you are away

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