Groundhog Day Activities for Elementary Students

Groundhog Day activities for kids.

Groundhog Day is coming soon! It was always tough to fit into my schedule because the 100th Day of School always happened around the same time. I am collecting several Groundhog Day activities and ideas for you guys so that you can start plugging them into your lesson plans! Happy predicting!

Start With These 3 Great Read Alouds

These three books are always my favorite Groundhog Day books! Here are a few affiliate links to Amazon.

Substitute Groundhog Groundhog Day read aloud.

Substitute Groundhog

Groundhog Day read aloud.

Groundhog Day!

Groundhog gets a say Groundhog day read aloud.

Groundhog Gets a Say

Use These in Small Group!

It would be fun to use Groundhog reading material in your reading groups. These two leveled readers are great for independent reading in primary grades!

Scholastic Groundhog Day leveled reader.

Scholastic Groundhog Day Reader

 Robin Hill School Groundhog Day leveled reader.

 Robin Hill School Groundhog Day

Learn What Groundhog Day Is! Read a Nonfiction Passage

This Groundhog Day flip book tells the students WHAT Groundhog Day is and why it is celebrated. So, after their fictional read alouds, students will grasp an idea of what Groundhog Day is. This will solidify their new knowledge. You can also read this passage first to give them background knowledge before reading their fictional stories.

Groundhog Day Activities for teachers and students- hands on crafts, reading activities, books, and predictions.

Groundhog Day Flip Book

Don’t want such a big craft? Here is a nonfiction/fiction paired passage from my Winter Differentiated Texts. There are three levels for your readers in your classroom.

Reading passages for elementary students.

Winter Reading Passages

And Finally, Get Crafty!

Check out these absolutely adorable crafts I pinned to my February Activities board. These Groundhog Day activities are a fun way to get crafty

Suggested Resources For You:

In this blog post, I showed you a Groundhog Day flip book and a few reading passages. Here are direct links to these Groundhog Day activities.

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