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Groundhog Day Lesson Plans and Resources

Groundhog Day Lesson Plans and Resources

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Hi all -- If you're scrambling last minute for some Groundhog Day lesson plans and resources, look no further. I've aggregated a useful list for you: :: The Best Resources For Groundhog Dayby Larry Ferlazzo ::Crafts, Worksheets and Printable Books for Groundhog Day ::Come to the Groundhog Day Party: Activities and Games Across the Grades ::Over 25 useful links and resources on Groundhog Day ::Free Groundhog Day Coloring Pages, Printables, Kids' Activities ::Groundhog Day for Kids ::The Official Groundhog Day site Feel free to add any more resources you come across. What is everyone doing in their classrooms to celebrate?

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I read "What's That Shadow?" by Christopher L. Harbo as our introduction to shadows for my kindergarten kids. We look at shadow pictures, and a marvelous YouTube video of hand shadows--I've put the links on a Glogster page here: http://cybrarian.edu.glogster.com/my-shadow/ Follow-up activities include reading other books about shadows, playing with a Folkmanis groundhog puppet, and making shadows with flashlights.

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