Tuesday, January 24, 2012

It's Groundhog Time! with a lil FREEBIE

Groundhog, Groundhog, are you still in bed??? Time to wake up you sleepyhead! Can't believe that next week is our 100th day of school and Groundhog's Day! Where did January go? I'm really excited about our 100th day. Donna over at Kinderglynn has some of the greatest 100th day activities! If you haven't checked out her blog or all of her amazing stuff on Teachers Pay Teachers...well it's a MUST!!! She is awesome!

Okay, I don't know about you guys, but I'm really REALLY hoping that groundhog does not see his shadow because I'm ready for spring!!! {I know, I know...that's not gonna happen! But I can dream right?!?} This week we have started making some Groundhog's Day predictions.
These lil cutie-patootie groundhogs do a great job of showing off the kiddos writing. This pattern & the writing sheet are both included in my "Groundhog's Day Fun" mini-unit {along with oodles of other activities.} Just click on the picture to check it out!

We have also started focusing a little more on time, so I decided to write a little book to reinforce this skill. My firsties just LOVE to make little books that they can keep! If you would like a copy of the student book, click the pic below to download you FREEBIE!

Click the pic for your FREEBIE!

23 comments:

  1. Too cute! Thanks for sharing! Unfortunately it does not look like we are going to get any winter here in Oklahoma this year - it's been 50+ most days this month! This will be the first time in 4 years that we actually get to celebrate Groundhog's Day in school - we had snow days all the other years! I am grabbing your unit to help me prepare for actually being in school on Feb 2nd!

    Jennifer @ Herding Kats In Kindergarten

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  2. Adorable!! Thank you for sharing!
    I am with you, please Mr. Groundhog...don't see your shadow!!

    ❤Mrs. McKown
    Little Literacy Learners

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  3. How fun! Thanks for the freebie! Heading over to Teachers Pay Teachers to pick up your unit!
    Jenn
    A Pirates Life for Us

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  4. Thank you for sharing! It is so hard for our little FL kiddos to understand the concept of a longer winter..lol!

    ♥ Jen
    The Teachers' Cauldron

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  5. Cutest little groundhog ever! Thanks for the freebie! =)
    Jennifer
    First Grade Blue SKies

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  6. Thanks so much for sharing this goody! :o)

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  7. Oh my goodness! How precious is that little groundhog. I agree...I am really looking forward to spring. We keep getting these teaser spring days and then it SNOWS. What in the world?!?!

    I can't wait to use these ideas with my kiddles. They will eat this right up!

    Thanks so much! You rock!!!

    Lyndsey
    ayearofmanyfirsts.blogspot.com

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  8. How cute is that groundhog! love it! We had our 100th day and groundhog day on the same day last year! Ugh, they need to be spread out!

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  9. Um, seriously, obsessed with that little groundhog book! I LOVE how the groundhog's face is in the school bus! Adorbs!!!

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  10. Thank you! Love the groundhog face:)
    Barbara
    Grade ONEderful

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  11. Thank you! I love groundhog things, especially since it's my birthday on Groundhog's day!

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  12. Groundhog day....100th day....and for us Cowboy Poetry, all in the same week!!!! We have signed up for the groundhog project ( www.projectgroundhog.net )so we can have 6 weeks of groundhog fun!

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  13. This is so cute...will go perfectly with my Groundhog unit!
    Vickie
    Mrs. Plant's Press

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  14. Hi there, just linked back to your post in my blog post..Love these

    http://www.thejoysofhomeeducating.com/2012/01/things-to-celebrate-in-february-with.html

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  15. Love it! Thank you for sharing! I know some people want Spring, but I want SNOW! We haven't had anything here!
    Mona

    Kindergarten Bus

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  16. Thanks for the cute mini-book. I will be using it Thursday in my room! Just found your blog and started following.

    Stop over to my new blog if you get a chance:)

    Kelly
    "Kindergarten Kel

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  17. Sorry I couldn't find the pattern of the groundhog. It said I had to pay money.

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