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  • This Spy Kids 2 - The Missing Numbers (elementary) Mini-Unit is perfect to practice missing numbers skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Spy Kids 2 - The Missing Numbers (elementary) Mini-Unit. All of the numerals are missing from Betty Bat's cave... and there's a lot of letters in their places. What happened? A fun introduction to Roman numerals, also featuring reading comprehension, writing prompts, and MUCH more!
  • Part of our Games-to-Go series, this pack contains four I Spy games - find things by beginning letters, colors, shapes, and opposites. Great for traveling and summer fun!

  • Look for these items while on a ride in the car. Circle the ones you see. Color the ones you saw when you get home.
  • Maddie finds 3 sand dollars. She then spies 4 sea urchins. What is the total number of items that Maddie has found since she started searching?
  • Use this 'Book: Junie B. Jones and some Sneaky Peeky Spying (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Junie B. Jones and some Sneaky Peeky Spying (primary)'. "Junie B. might be real sneaky. And real peeky. But when she spies on Mrs., she could get into real trouble!" This unit enhances the Barbara Park book with vocabulary and comprehension skills development.
  • A fun "I Spy" activity to reinforce letter recognition. Students find and color the letters that match the example in this Spring-themed flower garden. One page for each letter of the alphabet.

  • A fun "I Spy" activity to reinforce letter recognition. Students find and color the letters that match the example in this Summer-themed beach illustration. One page for each letter of the alphabet.

  • These four School-themed "I Spy" pages are filled with images for students to seek and find. The number of each image is given, so students know how many to seek. Includes pages for School, School Supplies, School Scenes, and In the Classroom.

  • A fun "I Spy" activity to reinforce letter recognition. Students find and color the letters that match the example in this School-themed illustration. One page for each letter of the alphabet.

  • Four Fall-themed "I Spy" pages filled with images for students to seek and find. The number of each image is given, so students know how many to seek. Includes pages for Fall, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Football. 

  • These four winter-themed "I Spy" pages are filled with images for students to seek and find. The number of each image is given, so students know how many to seek. Includes pages for Santa's Workshop, Christmas Cheer, Winter Wonderland, and Winter Sports.

  • These three February-themed "I Spy" pages are filled with images for students to seek and find. The number of each image is given, so students know how many to seek. Includes pages for Groundhog Day, Valentine's Day, and Presidents Day.

  • These four Spring-themed "I Spy" pages are filled with images for students to seek and find. The number of each image is given, so students know how many to seek. Includes pages for Spring, St. Patrick's Day, Easter, and National Reading Month.

  • These four Summer-themed "I Spy" pages are filled with images for students to seek and find. The number of each image is given, so students know how many to seek. Includes pages for Summer, Fourth of July, Beach and Camping.

  • Dudley Dog has lost his bone... and it's not just any chew toy, but a Triceratops bone. Students create "Spy I.D." and then help Dudley find the bone by following the clues. Includes writing prompts, punctuation and spelling practice, and math.
  • Look for these items in the grocery store. Circle the ones you see. Color the ones you saw when you get home.
  • Look for these items in the grocery store. Circle the ones you see. Color the ones you saw when you get home.
  • Look for these items in the grocery store. Circle the ones you see. Color the ones you saw when you get home.
  • Look for these items in the grocery store. Circle the ones you see. Color the ones you saw when you get home.
  • Look for these items in the grocery store. Circle the ones you see. Color the ones you saw when you get home.
  • Look for these items while on a ride in the car. Circle the ones you see. Color the ones you saw when you get home.
  • Look for these items while on a ride in the car. Circle the ones you see. Color the ones you saw when you get home.