Groundhog Day Teacher Resources

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February 2nd – Groundhog Day – is the day to celebrate the continuation of winter or herald the approach of spring, depending on the groundhog and his shadow. Browse our lessons and printables to find academically relevant materials for your class. We have fun worksheets about shadows, information about the season of winter and the history of Groundhog Day, and other winter holidays resources.

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    Weather Graph

    Distribute a printable social studies activity that focuses on making a bar graph. read more


    Weather Tales

    Try a printable science activity that focuses on weather tales, including Groundhog Day. read more


    Me and My Shadow: Tracking Earth's Motion

    Using their own shadows and the shadow of a paper child on a globe, students learn through a simulat... read more



    Teach students how hurricanes develop and how these powerful storms are named. read more


    A Shadow Record

    Students measure and compare shadows at different times of day. This is a good math and science activity for Groundhog Day. read more

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