Groundhog Day

Groundhog Day


Can a Groundhog really predict the first day of Spring? Let’s find out!
The first Groundhog Day was Feb 02, 1887.  Below you will find books, videos, printables and Scholastic Resource Let’s Find Out that I used to teach my Kindergartener about
Groundhog day.


Paperback and Kindle versions

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Scholastic Resources:

Let’s Find Out ………………………………………………………………

These resources require a yearly subscription.  I paid less than $8.00 a
school year  for 4 magazines a month.  You will also receive online access
to present and past issues, printables, games and videos.
I do not receive anything at all from Scholastic, I am just sharing a great inexpensive resource.

A Groundhog's Day




Animal Shadows




Below are printables that I have found on Pinterest.  Click on the image to
link to the original page and print the item.

Ground Hogs day Color by sight word .pdf:


click on image to go to the original site where you can   the print template
and complete instructions.

Pop Up Groundhog

  • a toilet paper roll,
  • popsicle stick (or pencil),
  • printer,
  • glue,
  • scissors,
  • something to color with,
  • paper



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