There are some super amazing posts out there about I Spy Bottles – and they make perfect sense for  bringing along on a long journey or to a boring doctor’s appointment. I wanted to do more with our High Frequency Words, building on the words that we have thrown into the sand bin.

So! I created two I Spy bottles using the same set of words.

This was really easy to make, and it has already been a big hit.

Here’s what you do: 

Print 2 sets of your words (in my case it was 4 sets in total – 2 for each bottle), laminate, and cut out 1 set of words into bitty pieces that you will slide inside your clear plastic bottle.

Add rice, beans, lentils, etc. I also added little bits, like: dice, wooden blocks, marbles, and foam pieces.

Glue the cap back.

I also laminated the words as separate lists. I punched a hole through each list,  added a hair tie and used it as a way to attach the list to the bottle. We have been using a dry erase crayon to check off words as he finds them.

Don’t forget about the free printable from yesterday’s post!

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One Response to I Spy Bottles: High Frequency Word Edition

  1. Very nice – my kindergartener will definitely enjoy this!

    Thanks for sharing with Learning Laboratory at Mama Smiles =)

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