On Groundhog’s Day, February 2, the nation watches as Puxatawny Phil emerges from his burrow to predict our weather. If he sees his shadow, there will be six more weeks of winter. If he doesn’t, spring is just around the corner.
There are so many fun ways to incorporate Groundhog’s Day into your daily lesson plans and activities. From math and science to reading and crafts, pull some activities from the lists below to have some groundhog learning fun!
Groundhog’s Day Printable and Unit Study
I’ve created a fun little Groundhog’s Day printable for your little ones in grades PreK-K. In this 20-page printable pack, you’ll find the following activities to entertain your kiddos:
- Skip counting puzzles
- Letter hunt
- Handwriting practice
- I Spy
- Writing prompt
- Spring/Winter sort
- Coloring pages
- and more…
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Hands-On Learning Fun
- How about a fun Groundhog’s Day snack?
- Paper Plate Groundhog’s Day Craft for Kids
- Paper Plate Groundhog
- Groundhog Shadow Craft
- Pop-Up Groundhog
Groundhog’s Day Reading
Are you hoping he sees his shadow? Or not?