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Today I have another free I-Spy-themed printable for you. I-Spy pages are a great way to work on visual-perception with our children, especially in this age of telehealth and virtual services. This Sensory Processing themed I-Spy printable also comes with access to a Google slide option to use in a virtual environment.
Benefits of I-Spy Pages
Some benefits of using I-Spy pages include:
- promotes working memory skills
- can improve visual discrimination – recognizing details in a picture and discriminating between shapes and letters
- exposure to more vocabulary – describing and naming what they see
The 8 Senses Themed I-Spy Pages & Google Slide
I created some 8 Senses Themed I-Spy Pages with accompanying Google Slides for virtual activities and telehealth services.
All 8 sensory processing systems are included in this printable and can help introduce these systems to your child or student.
To get a better understanding of all eight sensory systems, visit my blog post, What are the 8 Senses?
It is important that children understand how their sensory processing systems can affect their learning and behavior. I’ve created a few other resources to help you introduce sensory processing to your children over on the site Sensory Processing Explained.
- My Senses Day Camp Program
- My Sensory Self Workbook
- Introducing Kids to Sensory Processing Starter Kit
To get your free download of the 8 Senses I-Spy Pages & Google Slide, follow the directions below.
Enter your email address into the form below. Click the green “click here” button and you’ll be redirected to a success page.
Then head to your email inbox and download the file directly from your email. Then open the PDF download to access the Google Slide file inside.
You will need to click the Google Slide link and then copy the file to your personal Google Drive. You will be prompted to do this once you click the link inside the PDF.
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For more resources like this one, visit the links below.
- Visual Writing & Editing Checklist for Students
- Why is Sensory Play Important for Development?
- Visual-Motor Development Checklist
- 10 Ways to Help a Sensory Sensitive Child