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Fall Nature I Spy - would make a great outdoor activity/ additional activity for recess

  • Angie Womack

    use everyday pics to remind them of bible stories--tree/the tree of knowledge of good and evil that eve ate from--house/Jesus went into the house and raised the little girl from the dead--stone/story of Jesus and the adulterous woman--rainbow/Noah--fence/jehosaphat and the wall or Jerico--dirt/Adam etc.

Printable nature I Spy Cards--animal edition from @SpellOutloud. this is so great! print on cardstock, laminate, and place on a key ring to bring on our walks.

Free printable explaining the steps for nature study

I spy bottles with photos attached for the non-readers. Made with rainbow rice(food coloring and rubbing alcohol or 4 squirts of hand sanitizer and some drops of food coloring,,,mix this together in a ziploc bag then allow to dry!)

I Spy Letters:: Use real life items and put on a wall. I used to also have kids bring them in and put them in a photo album in the class library.

I LOVE this! We just use a sketch pad now, will be switching to somewhere we can store leaves, pressed flowers etc! Nature Journal Suggestions

DIY I Spy bottle game. Uncooked rice + small pieces. Fun for kids and a cute themed decoration (Christmas, July 4th) around the house too.

Making an eye-spy jar for each letter of the alphabet would be a fun way to help teach young kids the sounds that letters make.

We didn't have a board to use. It was a family trip game. Load of fun to play.

I Spy Fun sheet // Just Something I Made (a fabulous site with lots of freebies)