Groundhog Day Emergent Reader Coloring Pages

Welcome to day 5 of the 7 Days of Groundhog Day Printables for Kids! The series so far has been a little light on literacy activities {although there was a set of G is for Groundhog Handwriting Letter Mazes on day 3}, so today, I’m sharing some super cute Groundhog Day Emergent Reader Coloring Pages with you!

These types of coloring pages are always popular with kids and with my readers because they’re so versatile. For the littlest guys, they’re “just” something to color and talk about (with some environmental print thrown in) while bigger kids can indulge their continuing passion for coloring while working on their reading skills. {Do your kids love to color? My 6-year-old still adores it and does it on a daily basis, and my 2-year-old follows her lead and gets pretty darn excited about coloring pages, too 🙂 }

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.

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Materials for Groundhog Day Emergent Reader Coloring Pages

  • Printable file (see below).
  • Printer.
  • Paper.
  • Markers, crayons, colored pencils, etc.

 

What’s in the printable PDF file?

The pdf file includes four different coloring pages with two simple sentences at the bottom of each page about what the pictures show.

There are dancing groundhogs, a groundhog peeking out of his hole, a groundhog in spring clothes, a groundhog in winter clothes who sees his shadow, the sun, clouds, and a tree to color.

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.

The words on each page are shown in a lined dotted font, perfect for tracing.

This is a no-prep printable: Simply print the page(s) you want to use and start reading and coloring.

 

Practice Pre-Primer Sight Words with Fun Digital Snowballs!

Drag & drop digital letter snowballs to spell pre-primer sight words. Slides for all 42 pre-primer sight words are ready for use. You can easily edit the slides and assign slides of your choice for each individual student.

 

Download your Groundhog Day Emergent Reader Coloring Pages now!

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.

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Like the clip art?

Groundhog Day I Spy Game and Groundhog Day Matching Game for Toddlers (as well as the other printables in the 7 Days of Groundhog Day Printables series) use the same set.

 

Are you looking for resources for learning to read? Here are a few others!

My Snowman and Me Emergent Reader Coloring Pages

Hearts, Hearts, Hearts! Emergent Reader

Snowball Fight Primer Sight Words

Stamping Sight Words

Learning to Read with Dr. Seuss by Teach Beside Me

Mini Alphabet Flip Book by The Measured Mom

 

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  1. Mary Westerlind says:

    Thanks for sharing such great activities!