Blog Favorites: I Spy Activities

I’ve seen several “I Spy” activities for toddlers across the blogosphere recently. Here are some of my favorites:

Have an “I Spy” craft on your blog that I missed? Please link to it in the comments – I’d love to see it!

MaryAnne lives in Silicon Valley with her Stanford professor husband Mike and their four children. She writes about parenting through education, creativity, and play. Mama Smiles - Joyful Parenting is a space to share crafts, hands on learning activities, and family outings that enrich lives and bring families together.

4 thoughts on “Blog Favorites: I Spy Activities”

  1. Infant Bibliophile

    I should try some of these crafts. I made an i-spy quilt for my son while I was pregnant, and he loves it. It’s really big, and I bury him in it when we go for walks in the cold, or lay it out on the floor and play on it. Each square repeats twice so we can play a matching game with it too. If I’m doing this right, you can see a photo < HREF="http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_XxRqu7ghvUc/SYSCUHZ42AI/AAAAAAAAADE/0oUg70BQNos/s1600-h/ispy.jpg" REL="nofollow">here<>.

  2. Thanks for these ideas. I had just saved a big plastic jar to make an I Spy jar for sunnyboy after seeing one recently. I also like the bag you linked to which is so simple but as effective as the sewn ones I have seen before. This is something I’m definitely going to try too.

  3. Ok – it’s just that I so rarely see anyone with a similar name to mine – I’m Mary Anna – one name, two words. Never seen a MaryAnne, One word 2 capitals before. Cute blog!

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