I Spy On the Farm

I Spy On the Farm

I spy on the farm a really, really close-up picture of an animal’s body. With the animal sound clue to go with it kids can guess the I Spy riddles. Need more help? Actually look through the spy hole to “peek” at the animal on the next page. A fun hands on book to practice animal names, animal sounds guessing from word and picture clues.

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