Saturday, January 28, 2012

Groundhog Day!

Have y'all ever read this book? It's the best book to read on Groundhog's Day. There's a ton of information presented in a funny way that engages kids. There's so many possibilities for activities! I love it :) I've created a packet for Groundhog's Day based around this book, but even if you don't have the book, you can still use the activities. Check it out here:
Included in the packet is the pattern for Professor Groundhog:
Isn't he cute? :) My kids are so excited about Groundhog Day and I have to say, I kinda am too! 
***First three to comment get a free copy of this packet!


37 comments:

  1. This looks darling! I can't believe it is almost Feb!
    megandw@yahoo.com

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  2. Love the packet!

    Kim
    Growing Up Teaching
    kkish1110@gmail.com

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  3. ooh love that unit!!

    rgrimes1125@gmail.com

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  4. This looks great!! LOVE the groundhog!

    Ali
    alischepis(at)gmail.com

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  5. That groundhog is adorable! And I'd love a free packet! :)
    mjm109@gmail.com

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  6. Love all of your stuff. This unit looks precious.
    deleighrob@comcast.net

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  7. I love that book & would love some activities to ho along with it :)
    aplum7878@ gmail.com

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  8. It looks great!
    marcy_sundling@hotmail.com

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  9. Too cute! Do I have to have a blog to leave a comment, we will see I guess.
    jenn_laverty@hotmail.com

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  10. It looks.wonderful!

    Lorena.delgadillo@gmail.com

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  11. Just stumbled upon your site and love it. WOuld love a copy email: jakkbogan@geetel.net

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  12. Too cute! I would love a copy.
    Thanks for all of your hard work.

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  13. Ok, maybe third time is the charm. Love it, and would love a copy. THanks for your hard work.

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  14. Leslie, Am I really and truly first? I hope so!!! I am sooooo excited! I decided to "do" something with Groundhog Day this year, but was a little clueless as to what. I have my fingers crossed!!!
    Camille
    An Open Door

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  15. How cute is that groundhog? Precious!!!
    Lisa
    Stories From Second
    storiesfromsecond at gmail dot com

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  16. So cute! Love your craftivity! I am going to search for tha book- it looks very fun.

    Leslie
    Lavery1971@aol.com

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  17. Too cute! I love it!!
    Rebecca
    darlininfirst.blogspot.com
    rebecca.browning@boone.kyschools.us

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  18. That little guy is so super cute! Love it!

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  19. I bought this book on a whim during the summer, I'm so happy to find activites for it! mandytarkington@hotmail.com

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  20. I love your professor groundhog! So cute!
    eunmee9266@gmail.com

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  22. I don't know this book! I will have to check it out. Very cute!

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  23. This is so cute, gotta have it.

    princessleigh1st@yahoo.com

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  24. I'm going to Have to get the book!
    Lnetzeband.at.gmail.com

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  25. Groundhog day packet looks fun! We haven't had much winter yet so hope we just keep going with warm weather.

    jnel502002@yahoo.com

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  26. I just LOVE your BLOG and I would love to sample one of your packets by starting with the Groundhog Day one! Professor Groundhog is absolutely adorable! Hope to hear from you!
    Jen
    jjfetes@buffalo.com

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  27. That groundhog is hysterical. You should call him Mr. Rogers!
    Andi

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  28. This is so incredibly cute! Thank you for sharing!! I love that book too!

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  29. I haven't seen or heard of this book - thanks for the info! . . . and the packet looks great!

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  30. Cute!! I tagged you come on over and check it out!
    Amy
    TheResource(ful)Room!

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  31. I've read that book! So cute! And I tagged you in my blog. Come check it out to play along.
    ~Sarah
    funintitlemath.blogspot.com

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