This 4th of July I Spy printable is a fun game for kids and is a sneaky way to get some learning in at the same time! The free printable worksheet is awesome for Independence Day as the kiddos search for and count all of the different July Fourth-themed objects on the page!
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4th of July I Spy Printable
I Spy is such a classic game – spotting things when you are out on a road trip, or just playing it at home when you can’t go outside. When I was a kid it would be verbal as you announced “I spy with my little eye something beginning with…” and everyone would take a guess.
This free printable 4th of July I Spy game takes it a little step further and can be played solo during some quiet time.
For competitive kids, set the timer and see how fast they can find all of the objects. Or race against another person to see who can find everything first!
How To Play 4th of July I Spy
There are two difficulty levels with this free printable for the Fourth of July – one has less objects to find and easier for younger children. The other is a lot more challenging!
The I Spy worksheet is split into two sections – the I Spy section has a jumble of different Independence Day-themed objects to look through and find and the answer section has the objects that are in the jumbled part with a box next to it to record how many there are.
- The easy I Spy sheet has got 6 different objects to find
- The hard I Spy sheet has got 15 different objects to find
- The answers are on a separate sheet.
Or you could play the game the other way around – use the answer sheet to look for the number of each object in the I Spy section and cross it off or draw a circle around it.
There are no hard and fast rules!
For parents, I Spy worksheets are a great boredom buster! Print a few copies and keep them stashed in your bag to pull out when you need the kids to sit still/be quiet! For example, waiting for an appointment.
They’re also great for taking on road trips, or when visiting relatives and the kids are complaining that they’re bored!
For homeschoolers and teachers, why not use printable I Spy games for your Learning Center or themed units?
- You will find the download links further down this page surrounded by a purple box. Tap the purple download buttons to save the file(s) to your device.
- Printables are available in two paper sizes – A4 and US Letter (8.5″ x 11″). Download the size that is appropriate for your printer.
Benefits of Playing I Spy
- Builds working memory
- Develop visual discrimination
- Practice and develop maths skills such as counting, sorting, comparing
- Develop visual tracking skills
- Develop problem-solving skills
- Language development
More Free 4th of July Printable Activities
Want a few more activities for the kids to enjoy on Independence Day? Open these ones next:
- 3 Free Printable 4th of July Word Search Puzzles (Easy, Medium & Hard!)
- Free Printable 4th of July Coloring Pages To Print At Home!
- Free Printable Independence Day Do You Want To Build A 4th of July Olaf?
- Free Printable Paper Chains for the 4th of July! A Simple Paper Craft!
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