Cold Outside... Still!
here for Printables Below!
All About It
Write a class story
about what Phil might be doing in that hole all
winter long if he is not hibernating.
Write an imaginary
interview with Punxsutawney Phil.
I can _____________
with my shadow.
Why shadows change
shape throughout the day. . .
Where do shadows go
on cloudy days?
If I Were A
Groundhog Have the children draw pictures of what
they would do if they were groundhogs and saw
their shadows. Ask them to describe their
pictures as you write down their stories on their
groundhog, also known as a woodchuck, is a
groundhog is native to North America.
goes into profound hibernation in the winter.
groundhog is a rodent that is closely related to
groundhog eats seeds, roots and other plant
lives in a burrow.
If the rooster crows
He's trying to say rain's in sight.
The hooting of an
Says the weather will be foul.
When you see a
beaver carrying sticks in its mouth,
It will be a hard winter-You'd better go south.
Red night sailors
Red morning sailors warning!
When the chairs
It's about rain they speak.
Expect the weather
to be fair
When crows fly in pairs.
When ladybugs swarm,
Expect a day that's warm.
There's sure to be foul weather.
Flies bite more
before a storm.
Frogs croak more and
ducks quack louder before rain.