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Shapes in nature, A I Spy walk

A fun game to keep kids entertained while going on a walk. I know mines can get bored and  I start to hear are we going home yet pretty quickly. So we made up this game to keep little minds busy  and learning. It is a twist on the regular I Spy game, this time we just picked out shapes.
Who knew there was many to be found! 

Heart leaf 

Circle, round berries

Snowflake looking flowers 

This is in the middle of  a field...still counts as a circle right 

This praying mantis had a triangle head with long skinny legs

This bug was just interesting and it took us all a second the realize it was eating another bug. I thought it was a dragon fly but was told later it is not and can sting, so I am still not sure what it is lol


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