Groundhog Day (February 2nd) is a few short weeks away, and it is always a fun time to talk more about the changing of the seasons and shadows – and that crazy groundhog too! Here are some learning ideas to get you started.
Groundhog Day Activity
Almost Unschoolers put together a groundhog day activity showing what the different weather conditions on Groundhog Day mean.
Groundhog Pudding Cup
Nutter Butters may be one of my favorite weaknesses, so this groundhog day pudding cup from Oh My Creative is looking especially cute (and tasty) to me. What a fun way to celebrate. :)
Totschooling shares a set of shadow matching printables that will help your child work on visual discrimination skills.
Groundhog Day Puppet
Have a little fun poking your own groundhog out of the ground and singing a song with these pop-up puppets from Mrs. Ricca’s Kindergarten.
Create a groundhog shadow with this activity from Owls and Owls of Fun – prepare to have some chalk handy!
Toilet Paper Tube Groundhog Craft
Have lots of toilet paper tubes around the house? This pop-up puppet from Crafty Morning would be a fun way to use some up!
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Don’t forget to link up a post (or two) of yours and share what you’ve been working on with your kids! Here are a few fun ideas from last week’s linkup.
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