Will the Groundhog see it's shadow this February? The suspense is too much to take! Use these Groundhog Day activities to develop Literacy (ELA) and Math to bring the fun and suspense to the classroom and centers. All activities suitable for school, daycare or homeschool use.
In the Groundhog Day Preschool Pack you will find:
✏Match lower to uppercase;
✏Alphabet Upper to Lower Matching
✏Groundhog, Groundhog What Do You See? Printable Books
2 copy and color sheets;
✏Label the parts of a groundhog;
✏Pre-writing sheets and extension sheet, focusing on writing the letter g;
✏Fill the Spots G is for Groundhog (Use magnets, bingo daubers or counters);
✏Letter Tile Spelling Sheet.
✏0 to 20 Large Numbers
✏How many Groundhogs Can You Count?
✏Groundhog Shape Matching Cards
✏1 to 10 Number Strip Puzzle;
✏Roll a Number Sheet with printable dice;
✏Complete the pattern sheet;
✏Simple graphing – Do you think the groundhog will see its shadow?
✏Memory Game (Not shown in preview.)
What prekindergarten skills can be developed using this resource?
✍Child engages in pre-reading and reading related activities
✍Child uses books and other written materials to engage in pre-reading behaviors
✍Child asks to be read to or asks the meaning of written text
✍Child names at least 20 upper and at least 20 lower case letters
✍Child retells or reenacts a story after it is read aloud
✍Child independently writes some letters on request (not necessarily well‐formed)
✍Child uses a wide variety of words to label and describe people, places, things,
✍Child knows that objects, or parts of an object, can be counted
✍Child uses words to rote count from 1 to 30
✍Child counts 1-10 items, with one count per item
✍Child demonstrates that the order of the counting sequence is always the same,
regardless of what is counted
✍ Child counts up to 10 items, and demonstrates that the last count indicates how
many items were counted
✍Child demonstrates understanding that when counting, the items can be chosen
in any order
✍Child verbally identifies, without counting, the number of objects from 1 to 5
✍Child recognizes one-digit numerals, 0-9
✍Child names common shapes
✍Child recognizes and compares heights of objects
✍Child collects data and organizes it in a graphic representation
✍Child recognizes and creates patterns
✍Child shows control of tasks that require small‐muscle strength and control
✍Child shows increasing control of tasks that require eye-hand coordination
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