This packet teaches the history of Groundhog Day! It includes short, fun little activities perfect for your speech and language groups or classroom centers. It includes:
The History of Groundhog Day: Read the passage to your students to teach them about the history behind this holiday.
•Comprehension Questions: See what your students remember by asking them comprehension questions about the passage. Available with and without multiple choice options!
•Groundhog Day Vocabulary Picture Cards: Match up the vocabulary cards and words in a matching game, or use them to learn new vocabulary!
•Prepositional mats and 2 pages of pictures to work on prepositions or following directions.
•Groundhog Day BINGO: Play to learn new vocabulary, as a reinforcer, and more!
•Compare & Contrast Venn Diagrams: Compare Groundhog Day with other holidays. A blank diagram is also included.
•Describing pages: Describe Groundhog Day vocabulary. A blank page is also included.
•Writing Pages: Work on writing with these writing prompts and a blank illustratable writing page.
•Adaptable Speech Sound Worksheets: Carry over your history lesson into speech…perfect for take-home practice!
•Circle Reinforcer Pages: Have the students color or cover the dots as they say words or answer questions
•Coloring Pages: Color and hang up or take home to decorate for Groundhog Day!
•Open-ended board game: Use for reinforcement and fun!
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