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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.

FREE Beach I Spy Games that helps kids practice count to 10 and practice graphing with a fun summer learning activity for preschool, prek, kindergarten, and first grade. (math games, homeschool, hands on math)

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.
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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.

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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?
If your child is ready for more advanced questions and addition, you could ask:
  • How many more of seashells are there than suns?
  • How many more flip flops do we need to make 10?
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Answer Key:

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

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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,

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