Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! I adore all of the cute activities of this time of year. Probably because dark pink is my absolute favorite color and there is so much to be seen! And Valentine’s Day activities are a fun way to break the monotony of winter.
This fun Valentine’s Day I Spy for Kids card set is a great way to bring some color and excitement into your kids’ day! They’ll love exploring the cars, planes and bicycles!
Materials needed for Valentine’s Day I Spy for Kids:
Print the Valentine’s Day I Spy cards found at the end of this post. Then laminate and cut out the cards.
Use the hole punch to put a hole in the upper left corner of the cards and thread them onto the book ring.
There are four cards in total, so there will be plenty of I Spy fun to enjoy with the kids!
Each card specifies a certain number of the target object to be found, so they are also perfect for using to work on counting skills with a preschooler or kindergartner during the winter months.
After they find the main picture on each card, you can extend the activity by asking your child how many of another object are on the cards. Or ask them to count all the hearts that they can find on each card!
To extend the activity, you can have your child create an I Spy using Valentine’s themed stickers on paper. Let your child create a page for you and you create a page for them. Then have fun exploring all the hidden objects on your pages!