There’s a day in February that is celebrated as Groundhog’s Day.
It is said that we are to observe the groundhogs to see if spring is coming.
If you’re looking for easy and fun Groundhog’s Day lesson plan, I’ve got you covered.
Click the image below to download your Groundhog’s Day lesson plan.
We love routine.
This means the kids know what activity to expect for the day.
Every day would include activities for:
- ABC letters
- Fine motor activities
- Numbers and counting
#1: Letter Activities for Groundhog’s Day Lesson Plan
For letter craft activities, we are doing :
- Letter G for Groundhog
- Letter A for Apple (Groundhogs eat apples)
- Letter C for Cloud (a cloudy day means spring is near
- Letter S for Sun (a sunny day means it’s winter for 6 more weeks)
Just print the printables and assemble the loose parts while discussing them with your kids.
Download the free Groundhog’s Day craft here.
#2: Fine Motor Skills
For fine motor skills, it’d be fun to dive deep into shadow activities.
You might want to make a simple set-up to play shadow, and I have some Winter Shadow Matching printable packet for you.
Your kids will also have fun with shape sorting, tracing lines and many more in this Groundhog’s Day fine motor packet.
#3: Numbers and Counting
For numbers and counting to 10, your kids will have fun counting in 10-frames, doing number recognition activities and more by using the Groundhogs Math packet.
Let’s recap our daily activities for the week.
It’s simple and plain fun.
Ready for Groundhog’s week?
Download Your Free Groundhog’s Day Lesson Plan
I’ve also included links to free and paid printable packets in the lesson plan.
Hope this helps your week.