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Groundhog Day


Links verified 01/31/2023


1. 33 Groundhog Day Writing Prompts.

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Writing prompts are a great way for children to practice creative writing. It is beneficial for children to plan for the time dedicated to writing each day. These writing prompts will help students gather their thoughts and excite them about writing. SEE MORE
 
2. Groundhog Bingo.

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Make your own printable groundhog day bingo cards. Customize, download and print randomized bingo cards. A game for students to practice listening, hand-eye coordination, and number identification, as well as build upon existing communication skills. SEE MORE
 
3. Groundhog Day Craft For Kids (Paper Plate).

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This is a fun little craft for Groundhog Day using paper plates because they are so inexpensive and easy to make. This craft is best for young Elementary students in Kindergarten through 3rd grade. SEE MORE
 
4. Groundhog Day for Kids Video.

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Learn all about Groundhog Day in this Homeschool Pop video for kids! See how this holiday started and what it all means!  SEE MORE
 
5. Groundhog Games.

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Groundhog Day puzzles, word searches, and word jumbles. (This game runs on Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari or Internet Explorer 9 or higher. It is also optimized for iOS devices, including iPad, iPod, and iPhone.)  SEE MORE
 
6. Groundhog Mask.

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This cute mask is simple and a lot of fun to make for Groundhog Day, February 2. SEE MORE
 
7. Groundhog Math Puzzles.

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Three Groundhog Day-themed math puzzles for grades K-8 AND a bonus Groundhog Day “Think-Notice-Wonder” Writing Prompt! SEE MORE
 
8. Groundhog Poetry.

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Find fun poems and songs celebrating Groundhog Day.  SEE MORE
 
9. Groundhog's Day Off for Groundhog's Day (YouTube).

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The Story of Groundhog's Day Off for Groundhog's Day! READ ALOUD for Children! If Groundhog only works 1 DAY A YEAR, why does he need a spa vacation? Turns out, Groundhog got bored. Even worse, he felt neglected! It's a KidTime StoryTime perfect for Groundhog's Day! SEE MORE
 
10. My Shadow.

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Groundhog Poetry. Here are the words to the poem "My Shadow" by Robert Louis Stevenson.  SEE MORE
 
11. Peek-A-Boo Handprint Groundhog.

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Maybe he’ll see his shadow…Maybe he won’t! This adorable groundhog is made by tracing your child’s hand print on construction paper. Give him a face and some grass to play in…now you see him, now you don’t! SEE MORE
 
12. Pop Up Groundhog Craft.

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It's that time of year again, where we all gather around to see the weather forecast by Punxsutawney Phil! Use our template to make your own groundhog craft and recreate this ritual in your own class or home. SEE MORE
 
13. Punxsutawney Phil.

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Punxsutawney Phil coloring pages are fun for students to color and use to decorate their classroom for Groundhog Day. You could incorporate an element of competition by hosting a school coloring contest or door decorating contest. SEE MORE
 
14. Shadow Experiments and Activities.

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Sunny summer days are a great time to experiment with shadows. This author has put together a fun list of shadow activity ideas with something to appeal to kids of all ages. SEE MORE
 
15. Substitute Groundhog.

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Groundhog is SICK?!?!? Right before Groundhog Day?!?!? NOOOO!!! Well, nothing to do but interview replacements…but it won’t be easy. It’s a Sick Day + Holiday KidTime StoryTime with a surprise ending! SEE MORE
 
16. Wake up, Groundhog! (YouTube).

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The story Wake up, Groundhog by Susanna Leonard Hill is a great story to read on Groundhog Day. After students listen to this read-aloud, they will be ready to discuss the meaning behind Groundhog Day. SEE MORE
 
17. Why the Groundhog?

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Learn about the history behind Groundhog Day.  SEE MORE
 

 

 

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