Peek and Find PUMPKINS

Peek and Find PUMPKINS

We have a new Peek & Find featuring Pumpkins! Peek & Find is a great activity for for Tot Schoolers, Preschoolers, Kindergarteners and beyond, this pumpkin version is a bit trickier than our other sets since the pumpkins vary slightly from one another! There are a few variations to this activity can easily grow with your child’s ability!

You can also add in some fun elements to the activity, or simply print, cut, and play! Below I will share the free printable, ideas for different levels of play, and fun variations.

There are two main elements of the Peek & Find activity.

The “FIND” boards, available in color or BW…

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The “PEEK” cards…

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Print the board, selecting color for younger kids to make it easier and selecting BW for older kids to make it more difficult. Print the cards, on cardstock if possible and cut them out. Laminate if you plan to use these cards repeatedly.

Looking for a great color printing option? See our favorite printer and ink here!

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A few options for play…

Option #1 {single player}

Print the Peek & Find board.

Print the cards and cut out.

Mix up the cards, choose one at a time and find the object on the Peek & Find board. Color, circle, or mark the object.

Option #2 {2 or more players}

Print a Peek & Find board for each player and one set of cards. Cut out the cards.

Flip over a card and race to see who finds the object first on their board. Using Dot Paint with this game is fun!

Winner keeps the card.

Person with the most cards at the end is the winner!

See a video of my daughter and I playing {we were using the SPRING theme board in this video} …

Option #3 {sensory, fine motor activity}

Create a sensory bin and bury the cards.

Use a fine motor tool {child tweezers} to dig for cards and pull them out and then find the object on the Peek & Find board and mark it.

Option #4 {gross motor activity}

Hide the cards around the room and challenge your child to find one card at a time and bring it back to the board, find it, mark it, and repeat! This is a great version for those of you with energetic younger kids!

Options for marking the board…

  • Mini Pumpkins
  • Dot Paint
  • BINGO Chips
  • Bottle Tops
  • Pouch Tops
  • Mini Pom Poms
  • Markers, Crayons, Colored Pencils
  • Beads
  • Mini Erasers
  • Beans

  

Download your FREE Peek & Find Pumpkins here!

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Peek and Find Fall Leaves

Peek and Find Fall leaves

We have a new Peek & Find featuring Fall Leaves! Peek & Find is a great activity for for Tot Schoolers, Preschoolers, Kindergarteners and beyond. There are a few variations to this activity can easily grow with your child’s ability!

You can also add in some fun elements to the activity, or simply print, cut, and play! Below I will share the free printable, ideas for different levels of play, and fun variations.

There are two main elements of the Peek & Find activity.

The “FIND” boards, available in color or BW…

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The “PEEK” cards…

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Print the board, selecting color for younger kids to make it easier and selecting BW for older kids to make it more difficult. Print the cards, on cardstock if possible and cut them out. Laminate if you plan to use these cards repeatedly.

Looking for a great color printing option? See our favorite printer and ink here!

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A few options for play…

Option #1 {single player}

Print the Peek & Find board.

Print the cards and cut out.

Mix up the cards, choose one at a time and find the object on the Peek & Find board. Color, circle, or mark the object.

Option #2 {2 or more players}

Print a Peek & Find board for each player and one set of cards. Cut out the cards.

Flip over a card and race to see who finds the object first on their board. Using Dot Paint with this game is fun!

Winner keeps the card.

Person with the most cards at the end is the winner!

See a video of my daughter and I playing {we were using the SPRING theme board in this video} …

Option #3 {sensory, fine motor activity}

Create a sensory bin and bury the cards.

Use a fine motor tool {child tweezers} to dig for cards and pull them out and then find the object on the Peek & Find board and mark it.

Option #4 {gross motor activity}

Hid the cards around the room and challenge your child to find one card at a time and bring it back to the board, find it, mark it, and repeat! This is a great version for those of you with energetic younger kids!

Options for marking the board…

  • Mini Leaves
  • Dot Paint
  • BINGO Chips
  • Bottle Tops
  • Pouch Tops
  • Mini Pom Poms
  • Markers, Crayons, Colored Pencils
  • Beads
  • Mini Erasers
  • Beans

    Download your FREE Peek & Find Fall Leaves here!

    Peek and Find Fall leaves

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    Fall Books for Kids  Fall Printables and Crafts



    Peek & Find APPLE TREES

    Peek and Find Apple Trees

    We have a new Peek & Find featuring Apple Trees! Peek & Find is a great activity for for Tot Schoolers, Preschoolers, Kindergarteners and beyond. There are a few variations to this activity can easily grow with your child’s ability!

    You can also add in some fun elements to the activity, or simply print, cut, and play! Below I will share the free printable, ideas for different levels of play, and fun variations.

    There are two main elements of the Peek & Find activity.

    The “FIND” board…

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    The “PEEK” cards…

    Apple Peek & Find (1)

    Print the board on plain paper, or cardstock if you plan to reuse it. Print the cards, on cardstock if possible and cut them out. Laminate if you plan to use these cards repeatedly.

    Looking for a great color printing option? See our favorite printer and ink here!

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    A few options for play…

    Option #1 {single player}

    Print the Peek & Find board.

    Print the cards and cut out.

    Mix up the cards, choose one at a time and find the object on the Peek & Find board. Color, circle, or mark the object.

    Option #2 {2 or more players}

    Print a Peek & Find board for each player and one set of cards. Cut out the cards.

    Flip over a card and race to see who finds the object first on their board. Using Dot Paint with this game is fun!

    Winner keeps the card.

    Person with the most cards at the end is the winner!

    See a video of my daughter and I playing {we were using the SPRING theme board in this video} …

    Option #3 {sensory, fine motor activity}

    Create a sensory bin and bury the cards.

    Use a fine motor tool {child tweezers} to dig for cards and pull them out and then find the object on the Peek & Find board and mark it.

    Option #4 {gross motor activity}

    Hid the cards around the room and challenge your child to find one card at a time and bring it back to the board, find it, mark it, and repeat! This is a great version for those of you with energetic younger kids!

     

    Options for marking the board…

    • Mini Apples
    • Dot Paint
    • BINGO Chips
    • Bottle Tops
    • Pouch Tops
    • Mini Pom Poms
    • Markers, Crayons, Colored Pencils
    • Beads
    • Mini Erasers
    • Beans

        Download your FREE Peek & Find Apple Trees here!

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        Apple Books for Kids

        Apple Theme Printables and Ideas



        Peek & Find – Ocean Animals

        Peek and Find Ocean Animals

        We have a new Peek & Find featuring Ocean Animals! Peek & Find is a great activity for for Tot Schoolers, Preschoolers, Kindergarteners and beyond. There are a few variations to this activity can easily grow with your child’s ability!

        You can also add in some fun elements to the activity, or simply print, cut, and play! Below I will share the free printable, ideas for different levels of play, and fun variations.

        There are two main elements of the Peek & Find activity.

        The “FIND” boards, available in color or BW…

        Ocean Animals Peek and Find (3)  Ocean Animals Peek and Find (4)

               

         

        The “PEEK” cards…

        Ocean Animals Peek and Find (1)  Ocean Animals Peek and Find (2)

         

        Print the board, selecting color for younger kids to make it easier and selecting BW for older kids to make it more difficult. Print the cards, on cardstock if possible and cut them out. Laminate if you plan to use these cards repeatedly.

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        Looking for a great color printing option? See our favorite printer and ink here!

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        A few options for play…

        Option #1 {single player}

        Print the Peek & Find board.

        Print the cards and cut out.

        Mix up the cards, choose one at a time and find the object on the Peek & Find board. Color, circle, or mark the object.

        If you have an artistic child who loves to color, challenge him/her to copy the colors and color the board to match the cards!

        Option #2 {2 or more players}

        Print a Peek & Find board for each player and one set of cards. Cut out the cards.

        Flip over a card and race to see who finds the object first on their board. Using Dot Paint with this game is fun!

        Winner keeps the card.

        Person with the most cards at the end is the winner!

        See a video of my daughter and I playing {we were using the SPRING theme board in this video} …

        Option #3 {sensory, fine motor activity}

        Create a sensory bin and bury the cards.

        Use a fine motor tool {child tweezers} to dig for cards and pull them out and then find the object on the Peek & Find board and mark it.

        Option #4 {gross motor activity}

        Hid the cards around the room and challenge your child to find one card at a time and bring it back to the board, find it, mark it, and repeat! This is a great version for those of you with energetic younger kids!

        Options for marking the board…

        • Mini Shells
        • Dot Paint
        • BINGO Chips
        • Bottle Tops
        • Pouch Tops
        • Mini Pom Poms
        • Markers, Crayons, Colored Pencils
        • Beads
        • Mini Erasers
        • Beans

        Ocean Books for Kids

          Download your FREE Peek & Find Ocean Animals here!

          Peek and Find Ocean Animals

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          Peek & Find ~ Fruits and Veggies

          Peek & Find Fruits and Veggies

          We have a  new Peek & Find featuring Fruits and Veggies! Peek & Find is a great activity for for Tot Schoolers, Preschoolers, Kindergarteners and beyond. There are a few variations to this activity can easily grow with your child’s ability!

          You can also add in some fun elements to the activity, or simply print, cut, and play! Below I will share the free printable, ideas for different levels of play, and fun variations.

          There are two main elements of the Peek & Find activity.

          The “FIND” boards, available in color or BW…

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          The “PEEK” cards…

          Slide7 Slide8Slide11 Slide12

          Print the board, selecting color for younger kids to make it easier and selecting BW for older kids to make it more difficult. Print the cards, on cardstock if possible and cut them out. Laminate if you plan to use these cards repeatedly.

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          Looking for a great color printing option? See our favorite printer and ink here!

          Save-Money-on-Printer-Ink-FB2_thumb

          A few options for play…

          Option #1 {single player}

          Print the Peek & Find board.

          Print the cards and cut out.

          Mix up the cards, choose one at a time and find the object on the Peek & Find board. Color, circle, or mark the object.

          If you have an artistic child who loves to color, challenge him/her to copy the colors and color the board to match the cards!

          Option #2 {2 or more players}

          Print a Peek & Find board for each player and one set of cards. Cut out the cards.

          Flip over a card and race to see who finds the object first on their board. Using Dot Paint with this game is fun!

          Winner keeps the card.

          Person with the most cards at the end is the winner!

          See a video of my daughter and I playing {we were using the SPRING theme board in this video} …

          Option #3 {sensory, fine motor activity}

          Create a sensory bin and bury the cards.

          Use a fine motor tool {child tweezers} to dig for cards and pull them out and then find the object on the Peek & Find board and mark it.

          Option #4 {gross motor activity}

          Hid the cards around the room and challenge your child to find one card at a time and bring it back to the board, find it, mark it, and repeat! This is a great version for those of you with energetic younger kids!

          Options for marking the board…

          • Dot Paint
          • BINGO Chips
          • Bottle Tops
          • Pouch Tops
          • Mini Pom Poms
          • Markers, Crayons, Colored Pencils
          • Beads
          • Mini Erasers
          • Beans

                Download your FREE Peek & Find FRUITS & VEGGIES here!

                Peek & Find Fruits and Veggies

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