There are a lot of cute books out there about groundhogs, but a really fun one to read is “Groundhog Gets a Say” by Pamela Curtis Swallow. It gives facts about groundhogs, but is told in a really fun way, by a groundhog who feels he should have more than one day of fame.
Groundhog’s Day is one of those quirky holidays that can be so much fun to celebrate… in fact, I definitely have “visit Punxsutawney, PA, on Groundhog’s Day” on my bucket list!! Couldn’t you just see me cheering wildly with one of those groundhog snow hats!?
Since I couldn’t celebrate with Phil, I thought we would have to make our own groundhog hats. I have been eyeing these adorable groundhogs in blogland and on Pinterest…. and decided they would make the perfect hats!! SO Fun!
Of course, we all had to take a turn crawling through the groundhog’s burrow!
We also loved exploring shadows with our flashlights.
Have you seen this game yet? My kiddos had a blast matching the shadows with the picture cards!