Groundhog Day: Groundhog's Runaway Shadow Activities and Interactive Read Aloud

Groundhog Day: Groundhog's Runaway Shadow Activities and Interactive Read Aloud
Groundhog Day: Groundhog's Runaway Shadow Activities and Interactive Read Aloud
Groundhog Day: Groundhog's Runaway Shadow Activities and Interactive Read Aloud
Groundhog Day: Groundhog's Runaway Shadow Activities and Interactive Read Aloud
Groundhog Day: Groundhog's Runaway Shadow Activities and Interactive Read Aloud
Groundhog Day: Groundhog's Runaway Shadow Activities and Interactive Read Aloud
Groundhog Day: Groundhog's Runaway Shadow Activities and Interactive Read Aloud
Groundhog Day: Groundhog's Runaway Shadow Activities and Interactive Read Aloud
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This product includes multiple activities suitable for multiple grade levels.

The interactive read aloud plan covers 3 days of plans with before, during, and after reading activities and comprehension questions.If you are only planning to read the book once, you can choose the discussion questions and activities that suit you best. Youtube has videos of the book being read aloud. This is helpful if you don't have access to the text.

The groundhog puppet can be printed out on card stock. Cut out and attach a

stick or straw. Use a flashlight to create his shadow. Students can explore how to make the shadow change sizes or trace the shadow.

There is also a match the animal to its shadow worksheet in both color and B&W.

Finally, there is a Venn diagram worksheet that include phrases in a word box. Students can choose which ones are about Phil, which are about Shadow, and which ones apply to both. It can be done as a class for younger students. Print out as a poster or use chart paper. Read each phrase and have students decide

where it belongs.

Only want the puppet and worksheets? Get them for 1/2 the price here: Groundhog Puppet and Shadow Worksheet

The resource is (c) Ms. M’s Classroom and is for single classroom use only. Clipart is by graphicsfactory.com.

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Use information gained from the illustrations and words in a print or digital text to demonstrate understanding of its characters, setting, or plot.
Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story and the ending concludes the action.
Compare and contrast the adventures and experiences of characters in stories.
Use illustrations and details in a story to describe its characters, setting, or events.
Actively engage in group reading activities with purpose and understanding.
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6 pages
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Teaching Duration
3 days
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