Groundhog Day Reading Passage and Punxsutawney Phil Cup Puppet Craft
Also included in
- This bundle includes 11 reading comprehension passages and simple crafts to teach and celebrate common American holidays. Each resource includes: a reading passage with short answer questions about each holidayan answer keyvideo and print directions to complete a holiday themed craft all templates aPrice $23.10Original Price $38.50Save $15.40
This Groundhog Day lesson and activity includes a reading comprehension passage about the holiday and directions and materials to create a Punxsutawney Phil groundhog cup puppet.
This resource includes:
- teacher directions
- a reading passage and 7 short answer questions
- an answer key
- student directions with photos to complete the craft
- a link to a video demonstration of the craft
- templates needed to make the puppet
- a scoring rubric
Reading Passage - The reading passage explains the origins of Groundhog Day dating back to German settlers in Pennsylvania and how it is celebrated today.
Puppet Craft - This download includes directions with pictures and all templates needed to create a groundhog cup puppet. Students can make Punxsutawney Phil go in and out of his burrow!
If you like this resource, check out my full collection of holiday reading passages and crafts!
Please follow my store here for more great resources!
You can also find me on Facebook, Instagram, and lafountaineofknowledge.com where you'll discover ideas, inspiration, and plenty of freebies! Or join my email list to get a monthly newsletter with exclusive FREE resources you can't get anywhere else!
Want free money to spend on Teachers Pay Teachers? Rate this product to earn some TpT credit! Leaving feedback helps us both out and takes less than a minute! Your support makes it possible for me to continue making and sharing great resources! Thank you!
Credits: Groundhog clipart by . Cover photograph sourced via . All other photographs and graphics were created by Shea LaFountaine of LaFountaine of Knowledge. Information: Passage written with information gathered in part from and . Fonts: Pangolin by Kevin Burke and Londrina Shadow Marcelo Magalhães (used with permission under open source licenses).