Being out and about during the Fall months is my favorite. Crisp, cool temperatures, crunchy leaves under my feet, a warm blanket scarf wrapped around my neck. We always have a Fall Bucket List, of things we want to do before it gets too cold! We may not get all of them checked off the list, but we love trying! In the meantime I like having simple activities for my daughter with a Fall theme. This is why I created this I Spy: Fall printable.
The first page is full of a variety of Fall inspired images (Clip Art from Sticky Foot Studios). The second page has each image listed with a space to write how many are in the I Spy square. You could have your child use actual numbers, but this time my daughter practiced tallies. It is the first time we have done this, but she enjoyed mixing it up!
I like to print out games like this for taking to a Dr. appointment, while waiting at a restaurant, or doing at home. It’s fun, simple, and full of Fall! Grab a crayon or two and settle in with your little one for some I Spy: Fall fun! You can download & print your own copy by clicking here.
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If you’re looking for some fun Fall Bucket Lists, here are a few that I love!
Fall Bucket List: Apple, Leaves, Pumpkins and More from The Resourceful Mama
25 Family-Friendly Fall Bucket List Ideas from Raising Little Superheroes
25+ Fun Things To Do This Fall from Home Crafts By Ali
Our Bucket List For Fall Family Fun from Crafty Mama In ME
I have teamed up again this week with Free Unit Studies to share with you all things Fall. Get your Fall inspiration by browsing these fabulous bloggers.
Fall Books for Kids from Look! We’re Learning!
Celebrate Fall in Nature like Snoopy from FrogMom
Board Books about Fall from The Jenny Evolution
Fall Leaves Experiment from Tales of Education At Home
Color by Letter/Sight Word Pages from Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading
High Frequency Word Harvest from Adventures of Adam