Take a Winter I-Spy Walk: A Photo Blog by heather January 16, 2012 5 Comments Get outside and PLAY! This fun winter I-Spy walk will guide your itty bitty one on an outdoor adventure that also helps hone literacy, science and math skills. All through play. Search for: Search Latest Posts 10 Facts That Might Surprise You About Your Toddler heather | February 13, 2013 DIY Penguin Game heather | March 7, 2012 11 Facts That Might Surprise You About Your Baby heather | October 22, 2014 Extend the Play: Dino Dig heather | November 1, 2015 Play with Numbers Gross Motor Skills Game heather | October 4, 2013 KneeBouncers' Great Play with Purpose App Make it part of your preschool readiness routine today! FIVE FREE GAMES Download on the AppStore Available at Amazon Android App on Google Play Read next Find More Family Time.... With Gaming? Heather 5 Comments to this article We like to gather thing as we play I-Spy walks that we can make into a frame or collage. We gather about 5-10 things and by the time we have what we are looking for we are ready to go in and get warm and make our frames/collage. Find something soft. we like to look for rocks of matching sizes and colors! Find a way to identify individual squirrels we feed. We decided the tail is the spot to look. well its winter time where i live in massachusetts theres usually lots of snow we look for iciles and snow man and we try to spot out people who our playing with sleds,but of course we spot out the normal stuff as well rocks and airplanes and colors of cars my son and i have so much time playing and its very fun we get to learn while we p[lay as well Comments are closed.