If your kids are like mine, they love the Dr. Seuss books.
We have probably read just about every single one of his stories at least twice.
Over the years we have accumulated a small library of them and I frequently find them in my children’s beds, where they sneak them for some nighttime reading.
Right now I have 3 budding readers and they love anything and everything related to Dr. Seuss.
They are literally counting down the days to March 2nd, just so we can have an entire day full of Dr. Seuss inspired papers, activities and even food. And, if I’m being honest, I can’t wait to make a day of it and have a little fun too.
Over the past few years I have created several different Dr. Seuss printables that I can’t wait to use with my youngest.
One of my kids’ favorite books are the “I Spy” books. They will sit and look through them for hours on end and then do all over again the next day.
I love how they work their little minds and help them to improve their eagle-eyes. Some of the books also help with letter recognition and colors, while others help with literary devices such as rhyming.
So, I decided to create a fun Dr. Seuss-Inspired “I Spy” activity set for my own kids and share with you. I think this new set is my favorite!
Dr. Seuss Inspired “I Spy”
This set includes:
- “I Spy” page
- Can you find? page
- Graphing page
- Shadow Matching
- Story Cards page
If you want to make a full day of activities and printables, don’t forget to check out my Dr. Seuss Inspired Tot & PreK-K pack as well as these adorable Playdough Mats. Either of those would be perfect for reinforcing fine motor skills, letter & number recognition and counting.
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