- Published on Tuesday, January 22 2013 12:29 pm
Can you believe we are almost done with January! Wow! Groundhog Day, Superbowl Sunday, Valentine's Day, and President's Day will be here before we know it.
I'm working on a few things for all of these holidays - can't wait to share, but today I'll share with you the Groundhog stuff that I found that you might find useful in your classroom (most are games, and some are just extra resources that I thought I'd throw in there)
The first resource I found on YouTube - a cute video on the book "Groundhog Day (And Possum Night) by Tom Tittle - perfect for younger kiddos. It has some silly animations that kids are sure to love! A great way to start out your Groundhog Day Activities:
Then - have your student head over to the computers to play some fun Groundhog-themed games at "Primary Games"
Click on the pic to head over:
Or, print out these two cutie Groundhog Day games, one for contractions and the other for blends (for your younger kiddies)
Click on the pics to get them!
Finally, I put together a couple Groundhog-themed games for the SMARTBoard that you can customize for any content/grade level! Pop over to Teachers Pay Teachers to get yours for FREE - yippie!!
Finally, if you are looking for addition resources for Groundhog Day - I'd love for you to check out my math and literacy activities pack.
Click on the pic below to sneak a peak:
What's your plan for Groundhog Day?