Hands up who loves a good James Bond film, and they would love FBI clearance status!? Yep – pretty much all of us. And I bet your kids are the same too. Which is why we have created some spy kids activities printables with a fingerprint card printable for all those spy kids and aspiring James Bonds out there! Perfect for any sheriff’s office, or police station 😂
We have a fantastic secret agent ID printable card, and a fingerprint card printable too for you all to use to start those spy kids activities off with a bang! They are best made with white cardstock as usual.
All you need to make the fingerprint spy kids activity work is:
- Inkpad (make sure its washable ink, and black ink on white paper is best if possible),
- Your spy kids fingerprint card pack (based on a standard fingerprint card), and maybe even some of your very own secret agent names, appropriate code, names, and even an agency name, to make it just that little bit more fun!
Pop your fingers in the ink, and then carefully press them onto the fingerprint record card. If you want, you can print out two, one for the left and one for the right hand.
The patterns that our fingers make are unique, of course. So why not get the kids to use a magnifying glass to take a close look at their spy kids cards too?
For the photo ID, all you need a passport picture of your child. Alternatively, why not get them to draw a picture instead and stick it on?
They should have a lot of fun coming up with their code name and agent ID too. Wonder what yours will choose?
We hope you like these printables, we have lots of other activities for kids on the site, so take a peek:
- Forest school activities for all seasons, including a mud birthday cake, and bark masks,
- Spatial reasoning activities for kids from Myra Makes,
- Some fabulous activities around Julia Donaldson’s famous books, including Stick Man and What the Ladybird Heard,
- Design your own room coloring sheets, and
- Five activities to promote fine motor skills with tongs in the kitchen.
In order to access the activity sheet for your spy kids, all you need to do is click on the image below and your free adobe reader should display the copy. These are in A4 size, rather than US letter just for your information. Any problems, do let us know though. Happy spying!
Spy kids activities are a fun way to spend any time of year, so always a good go to. Especially if the kids are a little bored and don’t quite know what to do next. Here are some more ideas for you:
- Code activity for the kids from Frugal Fun for Boys,
- A spy game scavenger hunt from Hands on as We Grow, and
- DIY sky kit from Lemon Lime Adventures.
How to play with your fingerprint card printable and spy pack
Why not get the kids to pretend they are at the local police station, and they can even run their own line up – depending on how many of them there are? They can play at make believe law enforcement agency – and have some fun at the same time?
You can get the kids to dress up too – obviously they can be too incognito, but perhaps some spy clothes? They’ll have to keep their own eye color though of course 😂.
If you print out a few of the paper fingerprint cards, you could even get them to finger print all of their hands. There are a few fingerprint kits available on Amazon that you could try out as well. Not quite the NFA fingerprint kits, but close enough 😂. We hope you have a home color printer that works for all of this too.
It you wanted to take it a little further, why not have them create their very own national background check questionnaire, based on the gov website ideas? This is probably more suitable for older children of course, and you may want to leave out if kids are a bit impatient, or a bit younger.
Finally, how about setting up a photo lab, and do some real “spying” – kids can play a little make believe in the garden perhaps with each other. Taking some photos as part of the fun. Do make sure you aren’t doing anything without permission of course,
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