# FREE Beach I Spy Games

Introduce simple graphing skills with this free Beach I SPY Games & Graph printable.  Along with working on counting to 10, your child will improve visual scanning abilities!  Add a math twist to the classic I SPY game with this printable; it’ll be a great way for your preschool and/or Kindergarten aged child to work on math concepts in a fun way.

# Beach I Spy Games

This printable Beach I Spy Games activity simply takes I SPY to a new level by adding a simple graphing component.
Just print, count, and color in the graph.  You could use small manipulatives, crayons/markers, or Do A Dot markers for the graph.  My 4-year-old was all about making “X’s” to mark the number of items in the graph.

## I Spy Games

Your child will search the printable for six beach themed items: shell, flip flops, beach ball, umbrella, sandcastle, and the sun.

Have your child begin counting all the shells he/she finds, then using a marker or crayon to color in the number of boxes in the graph.

Continue counting and filling up the graph until everything is accounted for!  When the graph is complete, ask your child:
• What item has the most boxes checked off?
• What item was there the least of?
• What items have the same number?

## I Spy Preschool Game

• How many more of seashells are there than suns?
• How many more flip flops do we need to make 10?

In the end your child should find:
• 4 seashells
• 2 suns
• 5 beach balls
• 3 flip flops
• 5 umbrellas
• 10 sand castles

## More Fun Summer Learning Activities

• This set is for personal and classroom use only.
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• Graphics Purchased and used with permission from Summer Fun clipart licensed to Patti Fortune @ Trioriginals

#### Kristina

Kristina once thought of going into education, but changed her mind a few years in to her degree. Ironically, she now has her hands full as a homeschooling mother of four. With children of various ages from infant to 7, she shares a variety of educational and play activities for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and early elementary aged children on her blog,