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Do you celebrate Groundhog Day in your classroom? Kids love getting swept up in the anticipation of whether spring will arrive early or winter will linger a bit longer, all centered around an adorable groundhog. These Groundhog Day Books for Kids blend fun, learning, and a touch of whimsy. From adventures with furry forecasters to heartwarming lessons about the changing seasons, these books offer the perfect way to introduce children to the traditions and excitement of Groundhog Day!
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Groundhog Day Books for Kids
We love celebrating Groundhog Day with themed books, crafts, and even pocket chart activities! If you’re looking for ways to explore the fun of Groundhog Day in your classroom, these stories (jam-packed with colorful pictures) are what you need. They include counting fun, groundhog facts, and exciting adventures your students will love!
There are so many super fun Groundhog Day books for kids but today we are sharing with you some favorites that we love to read in our own classrooms!
Groundhog Gets a Say by Pamela Curtis Swallow
Ten Grouchy Groundhogs by Kathryn Heling and Deborah Hembrook
A Garden for a Groundhog by Lorna Balian
Wake Up, Groundhog! by Susanna Leonard Hill
Groundhog Day (Celebrating Holidays) by Rachel Grack
Groundhog’s Day Off by Robb Pearlman
Groundhog’s Runaway Shadow by David Biedrzycki
Do you have a favorite children’s book to celebrate Groundhog Day in your classroom? We’d love to know!
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