Do your young kids like learning about bugs? Here is a fun I-spy sensory bin activity, perfect for little ones to develop visual perception and counting skills!
This printable(download button below) I made can be used as is- simply as a worksheet type of activity, searching for the different bugs, counting and writing it down. Or, you can cut the bugs out and add it to a sensory bin like I did here(my kids still enjoy sensory bins).
My son decided he “needed” the magnifying glass to see better, lol!
TIP: Print more sets and have a competition between siblings/friends to see who can find the most bugs in a certain time.
Such a fun little activity to keep children happily occupied for a while AND they do learn quite a lot through this activity too!
This printable is FREE for a limited time only and part of our Bugs Preschool Pack available in our TpT store!
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Ladybug Life Cycle Wheel // The STEM Laboratory
Bug Puzzles (Beginning Sounds) // Fairy Poppins
Bug Subtraction Cards // The Kindergarten Connection
Ladybug Editable Sight Word Puzzles // A Dab of Glue Will Do
Printable Ladybug Letter Puzzles and Sensory Bin // Fun-A-Day
Simple Outdoor Ant Experiment // Science Kiddo
Ladybug One More One Less Activity // Fantastic Fun and Learning
Bug Jar Addition and Subtraction Mats // Fun Learning for Kids
Counting Ants Math Game // Mrs. Jones’ Creation Station
Insect Theme Prewriting Practice // Stay at Home Educator
Insect Printable Sorting Worksheet // Fun with Mama
Bug Counting Clip Cards // Playdough to Plato
Ladybug Counting Cards 1-20 // Powerful Mothering
Butterfly Life Cycle Mini Book Freebie // The Primary Post
Homemade Butterfly Playdough Kit // Sugar Spice and Glitter
CVC Bug Matching Game // Sweet Sounds of Kindergarten
Bug Story Problems // Recipe for Teaching
Bugs: How Many Syllables? // Liz’s Early Learning Spot
Bug Theme Bingo Cards // Schooling a Monkey
Ten Frame Game More and Less // Sara J Creations
Buggy Partner Cards // Simplified Classroom