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Our kids love anything involving dry erase markers! Try this activity with your… To make this free I Spy printable into a busy bag we printed one copy of the I Spy page for each of our kids. Thanks to Cindy we now have these I Spy cards all ready to be printed and cut apart. You can write in your own words if you want them.
Then we printed one extra and cut out the objects we wanted them to be able to find. I just picked ones that would be easily recognizable to our kids. We glued these tiny little pictures unto squares of cut index cards cardstock would work, too. We left room under each picture to write what it is.
Our kids can play this I Spy game together or individually by drawing a card and then circling the correct picture on their I Spy mat. The link to the free download is at the very end of the description.
We printed the writing skills cards on white cardstock and laminated them for more durability. After you cut them out, you can punched holes in the corners and placed them all on a book ring.
Jonathan struggles with writing, so these larger letters will help give him a boost of confidence.
I love that they show where to start and stop with green and red dots! Scroll down until you see the picture then click on the word print. By the way, any tips for teaching left handed children how to write correctly?
Emahry, our kindergartner uses this busy bag to practice writing capital and lowercase letters as well as numbers 1 through 9. Create your Own Handwriting Practice Try this activity with your… I love this website where you can make and print free handwriting practice pages.
Emahry has one with her full name, our home address, and our cell phone number in a busy bag. I have found that this website is sometimes not compatible with Google Chrome, but it seems to always work with Internet Explorer. What are some other dry erase activities that could be made into a busy bag?A dad blog by a busy dad with lots of crazy kids.
Parenting stories, tips, and at-you-own-risk advice. Exactly what you read dad blogs for. Students can write stories to go along with these pictures. Each worksheet includes a fun cartoon picture, and a few sheets of lined writing paper. Select the common core icon below each worksheet to see connections to the Common Core Standards.
Write a story to go along with the picture. The. To make this free I Spy printable into a busy bag we printed one copy of the I Spy page for each of our kids.
We printed them on white cardstock (in black & white), trimmed them to slide into the zip-top bag easier, and laminated them. Updated 5/21/ Thanks to Cindy we now have these I Spy cards all ready to be printed and cut apart.
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Always be right next to your child. If you have a toddler, you KNOW that they constantly keep you on your toes! You already have your hands full and coming up with ideas for keeping them busy is not exactly at the .