What Is Groundhog Day? {A Holiday Reader for Primary Students}

What Is Groundhog Day?  {A Holiday Reader for Primary Students}
What Is Groundhog Day?  {A Holiday Reader for Primary Students}
What Is Groundhog Day?  {A Holiday Reader for Primary Students}
What Is Groundhog Day?  {A Holiday Reader for Primary Students}
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This 8-page book is a nice addition to your plans and activities for Groundhog Day. The simple text teaches the children when Groundhog Day is observed, where the event was first held, who the mascot is, and what his appearance means in terms of the weather.

Key vocabulary words have been underlined and traceable sight words are included throughout the text, including:

on, we, what, is, was, the, of, about, little, people, for, come, said, to, out, will, not, see

All pages provide simple images to color and one page invites the children to draw their own picture to match the text. Hovering over the thumbnail images above will allow you to preview the book.

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What Is Groundhog Day?  {A Holiday Reader for Primary Students}
What Is Groundhog Day?  {A Holiday Reader for Primary Students}
What Is Groundhog Day?  {A Holiday Reader for Primary Students}
What Is Groundhog Day?  {A Holiday Reader for Primary Students}