In this printable you and your child, student, or family can take a walk around your property or neighborhood or go on a hike to observe the plants in your area. I designed this printable so that you can use it however many days that you wish. I intend to do a few plants each day and revisit the same plants every few days to track their progress. The measuring sticks will be used to measure each plants height and width so that the children can track them. There is a spot on the ‘My Groundhog Day Plant Expedition’ pages for them to write information about the day like date, plant name, temperature, cloud cover etc. Then, the page is completed when they draw a picture of what they see, make their measurements, and determine what life cycle stage the plant is in. This hands-on scientific expedition should be fun for children of all ages, especially 1st through 5th graders.