Some people think I Spy games are for kids, but I still love them (and I haven’t been a kid in…., well, at least a few years). I love that it absorbs your attention, but isn’t very complicated to play. It’s a great way to relax and exercise your mind at the same time.
What are benefits of an I Spy Game
- Builds attention span and focus
- Player has to maintain prolonged focus to find all all the items
- Player has to focus on looking for a specific item among the distraction of all the other items
- Exercises the memory
- Strengthens visual discrimination skills
- The player has to choose distinguishing characteristics in each item and then search for those characteristics on the game board
- Practice counting skills
- Develops fine motor skills
- Circling or placing an X on found items
- Writing numbers on the lines next to items
- Utilizes the fun of a game to encourage prolonged engagement
I Spy Printable – Dr. Seuss
This I Spy game is designed for Dr. Seuss fans or to reinforce reading Dr. Seuss books. You can play this I Spy game simple as a game or in conjunction with a reading program focused on Dr. Seuss books.
The three different game boards contain images from a variety of Dr. Seuss books:
- The Cat in the Hat
- Horton Hears a Who
- Hop on Pop
- If I Ran the Zoo
- Green Eggs and Ham
- One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish
- The Lorax
- Oh, the Places You’ll Go!
- Bartholomew and the Oobleck
- How the Grinch Stole Christmas
- Fox in Socks
- The Sneetches and Other Stories
- Yertle the Turtle and Other Stories
How to Play
- An I Spy game can be played by children ages three and up, depending on the difficulty of the I Spy printable.
- Each I Spy sheet has a list of items to find at the bottom of the page and a search area with many different item images.
- The player searches for all of each different item.
- It’s often easiest to either circle or mark through an item when it’s found and counted.
- Write down the number of each item found on the line next to the item.
- The player can play against herself.
- Or she can play against another player with the same I Spy game sheet to see who finds all the items first.
How to Print
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More Dr. Seuss Activities
- Dr. Seuss Scavenger Hunt
- Dr. Seuss Word Search
- Dr. Seuss Quotes
- Dr. Seuss Crafts & More
- Easy Dr. Seuss Costume – The Sneetches
- Quick and Easy Dr. Seuss Costume
- Dr. Seuss Printables
Dr. Seuss Book Collections
More I Spy Printables
- I Spy Printable – Valentine’s
- I Spy Printable – St. Patrick’s
- I Spy Printable – Easter
- I Spy Printable – 4th of July
- I Spy Christmas Printable
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