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Where's My Shadow? {A Groundhog Day of FUN!}

Where's My Shadow? {A Groundhog Day of FUN!}
Where's My Shadow? {A Groundhog Day of FUN!}
Where's My Shadow? {A Groundhog Day of FUN!}
Where's My Shadow? {A Groundhog Day of FUN!}
Where's My Shadow? {A Groundhog Day of FUN!}
Where's My Shadow? {A Groundhog Day of FUN!}
Where's My Shadow? {A Groundhog Day of FUN!}
Where's My Shadow? {A Groundhog Day of FUN!}
Product Description
Learn about groundhogs and celebrate Groundhog Day with this fun and engaging mini-unit! It includes an original informational book/PowerPoint presentation, groundhog guided reader, informational writing activities, literacy and math stations, a cute craft, language arts/math printables, and so much more!!

Here’s what you’ll get…

Where’s My Shadow? {A Book About Groundhogs} – An original informational book/PowerPoint presentation

Where’s My Shadow? {A Book About Groundhogs} guided reader – This is a black and white version of the PowerPoint. Students can read their own books, color the illustrations, and take notes/underline vocabulary directly on the pages. (Perfect for guided reading groups!)

Reading Comprehension Guides
-Groundhog Day by Gail Gibbons – Comprehension Guide {surveying & forming questions, vocabulary, comprehension questions, word work (abc order, quotation marks, rhyming words, sounds of /th/, /aw/ words, writing dates correctly, possessive nouns)

-Wake up Groundhog! By Susanna Leonard Hill {comprehension questions, character traits}

Groundhog Hat or Page Topper
pictures, patterns, suggestions for use

Writing Activities
-Groundhogs Can/Have/Are/Need
-Groundhog Web
-Groundhog Day Web
-Four Square Organizer
-Groundhogs/Groundhog Day Writing Paper.
-Pretend that you are a groundhog. Draw and write about your daily life.

Language Arts and Math Printables
-Venn Diagram – Students compare a groundhog to another animal.
-Noun, Verb, or Adjective? – Students cut and sort nouns, verbs, and adjectives.
-Make it Correct – Students rewrite the sentences correctly. {quotation marks, commas in a series, commas between cities and states, capitalization, punctuation}
- Groundhog Facts and Opinions – Students cut and sort facts and opinions. The statements can be glued on the recording sheet or in an interactive notebook.
-Sequence the Events – Students cut sentences and place them in the correct order on a flap book listing the main ideas first and the details that follow.
-Groundhog Word Problems – Students solve math problems. They must draw and explain their thinking.

Literacy and Math Stations - The stations are in color but print great in black and white or greyscale!
-Groundhog Time {time to the quarter hour} – Students sort analog clocks into three groups (Quarter-to/Quarter-before, Half-past, or Quarter-after/Quarter past). All answers are recorded on the recording sheet.
-Groundhog Nouns, Verbs, & Adjectives – Students sort words into nouns, verbs, and adjectives. All answers are recorded on the recording sheet.
-Prefix Memory – Students work with a partner to match a prefix to a root word. If they make a match they get to keep the cards and record the word on the recording sheet.
Total Pages
85 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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