1. Color by Letter – Groundhog
Students practice learning the words for colors and recognizing letters
2. G is for Groundhog
Students practice writing upper-case and lower-case G
3. Groundhog Pictograph
Students learn what it means when the groundhog sees his shadow and decide what they think will happen. They also use very basic math skills. .
4. Label Parts of the Groundhog
Label the parts of the Groundhog. The words have visual aids to help the students complete this activity.
5. Groundhog Craft: Puppet
A very simple craft. Make Groundhog Puppets.
6. Groundhog Craft: Mask
Another very simple craft. Make Groundhog Masks.
7. Groundhog: Shadow Craft
A third very simple craft. Make a groundhog shadow.
8. Ground Hog Snack
This simple to eat, easy-to-make snack is also delicious to eat. Yum!
9. Lower-case Upper-case Matching Sheet
Students practice using a pencil left to right and matching upper-case and lower-case letters.
10. Where is Groundhog? (an original song)A cute song to celebrate Groundhog Day sung to a familiar tune.
11. Groundhog Reading
Read Groundhog’s Day off and respond to a writing prompt with drawing and assistance describing the picture.
10. Groundhog Initial Sound Matching Cards
Match the letter to the first sound of the picture. (i.e. A and Apple; b and ball.)
11. Groundhog Lacing Cards
Three adorable Groundhog-themed lacing cards.
12. Groundhog Reading Suggestions
A list and description of six adorable Groundhog Day themed books to use in your class for this unit.