Matching games are my 2-year-old’s favorite! Most recently, he’s had fun with this simple cute Groundhog Day Matching Game for Toddlers! Match groundhogs in different poses and practice visual discrimination , visual scanning, and 1:1 correspondence. Or extend the activity with the shadow matching version!
Color while learning to read (or learn to read while coloring) with these cute printable Groundhog Day Emergent Reader Coloring Pages! Simple words that go with the cute images of groundhogs are perfect for older preschoolers and kindergarteners who are learning to read.
Learn to count with numbers and die faces with these cute printable Groundhog Day Counting Puzzles! Great for preschoolers who are learning to count to 10.
Practice writing uppercase and lowercase letter G with these cute printable Groundhog Day Handwriting Letter Mazes! Perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners who are ready to take the next step after letter recognition.
Groundhog Day is kind of quirky, but really just a fun holiday to talk about. Play this printable Groundhog I Spy Game with your toddler or kindergartener as a conversation starter, to practice counting, 1:1 correspondence, number recognition, and more! Practice math without even noticing.
Follow along with the 7 Days of Groundhog Day Printables for Kids for fun educational printables for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners. There are both literacy and math themes!
Practice counting up to 12 with these cute printable Groundhog Day Counting Cards! Great for practicing 1:1 correspondence with a few manipulatives or as flash cards. I use numbers 1-4 with my toddler and have lots of room to extend the numbers by the time he starts preschool. (Part of the 7 Days of Groundhog Day Printables for Kids series.)
Practice basic math facts and fine motor skills with these cute printable Groundhog Day Addition Clip Cards! Includes addition facts up to 10, just right for kindergarteners. (Part of the 7 Days of Groundhog Day Printables for Kids series.)