Printable Valentine’s Day I Spy Game – This fun, Free Valentine’s Day I Spy Printable is the perfect activity for kids of all ages to do during the whole month of February, not just on February 14th. Download the I Spy Game and Answer sheet today!
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Printable games are such a fun way to pass the time and they are even better if they are holiday themed. A game of I Spy is timeless and perfect for any setting or occasion. You can’t go wrong with this fun Valentine’s Day game, especially if you have younger kids that need a quiet time or rainy day activity.
Free Valentine’s Day I Spy Printable
When my kids were smaller and I had to take them to the doctor, we passed the time in the waiting room by playing the classic game of “I Spy With My Little Eye”.
Back then I wasn’t equipped with a free printable game like this one so we just went with whatever we could find in the room.
The best part about old school I Spy is that you can make it as hard or as easy as you want. If you have older kids you can pick the most arbitrary items within eye shot.
This fun game of Valentine’s Day I Spy is perfect for any setting. Whether you have a classroom full of kids or you’re a homeschool mom, this easy activity is the perfect addition to your day.
Where to Play Valentine’s Day I Spy Game
Valentine’s Day I Spy can be played in a number of different settings. Basically anywhere you need a great activity to keep the kids occupied, I Spy is your answer.
Here are some suggestions for where I Spy Can be played.
What better way to celebrate this sweet holiday than with a fun game of Valentine’s Day I Spy at a classroom party. If you’re looking for fun classroom ideas, free printable activity sheets like this I Spy Game or these Valentine’s Day color worksheet(s) are perfect for grade school-aged children.
This is especially fun to play as a post sugar rush activity in the classroom. It allows your students to come back down from all the excitement and put their mind to use in different ways.
You don’t need to plan a classroom party or big event in order to use these fun free Valentine’s Day printables. You can easily use them at home or at a play date.
We all know that moms with young children need an outlet too. While you’re child is having fun at their playdate doing their own valentine activity (ahem, I spy, coloring sheets, etc.), you can enjoy some adult time with the other parents.
Free printable activity sheets come in handy in all sorts of places and club meetings aren’t the exception. Keep a stash on hand to keep those younger siblings busy while you wait for your scout to finish up their meeting.
Long Road Trips
The last thing we parents want to hear on long road trips is “are we there yet?” a million times. I can’t guarantee that they won’t ask that dreaded question but I can tell you that you’ll get at least a few minutes of peace with Valentine’s day activity.
Valentine’s Day Celebration
Let’s face it, these winter months can be brutal and dreary. If you live in a cold climate (like I do in New York) then you might be accustomed to the winter blues. Dig your way out by hosting a Valentine’s Day celebration. Download and print Free Valentine’s Day activities, games and worksheets for the kids and put out some delicious Valentine’s Day Treats for all to enjoy. If you want to take this one step further, share some craft supplies and let the kids make Valentine’s Day cards.
I SPY VALENTINES PRINTABLES SUPPLIES
Now that you have some ideas of where to play this Valentine’s Day I Spy game, let me share with you some ideas for how to get the most out of your free Valentines Day printable. Here’s a quick supply list and some helpful tips for printing.
- Valentine’s Day I Spy Game (and answer sheet) Download in one Printable PDF File (link at the end of this post)
- Printer (don’t forget to adjust those printer settings when using card stock)
- Printer Paper – I suggest going with White Card Stock for these games, especially if you plan to save and reuse your cards. White copy paper works just fine too.
- Laminator – If you can, I suggest laminating your I Spy game so that it can be played time and time again. This is also great if you have smaller children who aren’t able to play just yet.
- Dry Erase Markers – Perfect if you choose to laminate. If not, a pencil, crayon or marker will work just fine.
- Magnifying Glass – Now this one is just for funsies. Use this I Spy game as cute valentines for your child’s class and pair it with a magnifying glass. How much fun would that be? You can grab one HERE on Amazon.
All free downloads from The Girl Creative are for personal use and not to be used for commercial use. In simple terms that means you can print and use this free game at home or in a classroom setting. You may make copies to distribute to your students. You may NOT share or sell the digital copy and you may NOT sell the printed copy. Please direct anyone interested in this Valentine’s Day I Spy Game to this original post to download it.
What’s Included in This Valentine’s Day I Spy Download
This free download includes 2 different versions of the Valentine’s Day I Spy Printable. You get 2 PDF files and they both have 2 pages: I Spy Game and Answer Sheet. The first version is a cute colored version using all of pretty Valentine’s Day colors; reds, pinks, light blues, etc. The second version is an adorable printable game in black and white.
How to Download Free Valentine’s Day I Spy Printables
IMPORTANT: To get access to these FREE designs, you will need to fill out the form below. Your files will be send to you via email. CLICK THE IMAGE in the email and the download will begin. The printables will be in a zipped folder that you’ll need to extract. It is strongly recommended that you download your files from a laptop or desktop computer.
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