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I-Spy pages are a great way to work on visual perceptual skills with your child or student. With many of us in the middle of virtual and telehealth services or school, it's also a great activity during screen sharing activities on the computer. Today I am sharing a fall-themed I-Spy Printable with an additional Google Slide option.
Benefits of I-Spy Pages
There are some great benefits to I-Spy pages or I-Spy games. Some of these benefits include:
promotes working memory skills
can improve visual discrimination – recognizing details in a picture and discriminating between shapes and letters
exposure to more vocabulary – describing and naming what they see
Fall-Themed I-Spy Pages & Google Slides
I created some fall themed I-Spy Pages with accompanying Google Slides for virtual activities and telehealth services.
You can watch this short video below to see a sample of the pages and how to access the Google Slides.
To get your PDF download and Google Slide access, enter your email address into the form below. Click the green “click here” button and you'll be redirected to a success page.
Then head to your email inbox and download the file directly from your email. Then open the PDF download to access the Google Slide file inside.
You will need to click the Google Slide link and then copy the file to your personal Google Drive. You will be prompted to do this once you click the link inside the PDF.
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