St Patrick’s I SPY Kids Activity
FREE St Patrick’s Day-inspired I SPY with my little eye kids activity to promote hand-eye coordination, spatial awareness, counting, and reasoning skills.
St Patrick’s Day-inspired I SPY with my little eye kids activity promotes hand-eye coordination, spatial awareness, counting and reasoning skills.
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This is a FREE PAGE from ☘️ 46-PAGE St Patrick’s Montessori Pack
- PAGE 31: [AGE 3 Y+] I SPY WITH MY LITTLE EYE | LOGIC ~ Find, count, and record cardinality of horseshoes, and hats. (The last number name used gives the total number of objects (how many). This is called the cardinal number. Thus cardinality is the total number/quantity of items in a set. (The answer is given in light gray.)
TIPS AND HACKS TO USE THE PRINTABLE
- To laminate, you can use an IRON instead of a laminating machine. (I am using these thermal laminating pouches). HOW: set your iron at a low temperature, as if you would iron silk. To be safe, place plain paper OVER the laminating sheet and iron over it. (See HERE how I did it making a flower bookmark.)
- Alternatively, you can use sheet protectors and insert your pages into it, and then use a dry erase marker.
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PRINT on 8.5 x 11″ letter size paper. *Make sure to check off “fit to printable area.”
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