Will the groundhog see his shadow this year? I guess we’ll find out on February 2nd! This is a cute little holiday that doesn’t get much attention, but it’s still fun to do something on Groundhog Day!
Here’s how to make the groundhog mask:
- Download this printable –> Groundhog Mask
- Print it on cardstock paper.
- Cut it out and make holes for the eyes.
- Measure your child’s head with elastic.
- Staple the elastic to the sides of the mask.
Then see how cute they look with it on! I promise he is smiling underneath the mask!
Groundhog Day Activities
Here are some of my favorite activities for kids to celebrate Groundhog Day!
Groundhog Pudding Snack from Natural Beach Living
Stick Puppet from Typically Simple
Cupcake Liner Craft from I Heart Crafty Things
Groundhog Day Pancake from The Joys of Boys
Groundhog Cookies from Fork and Beans
Groundhog Day Printables from A Little Pinch of Perfect
Agamorgraph from Easy Peasy Fun
Matching Game from Simple Fun for Kids
Letter Match from The ABCs of Literacy
Headband Craft from Simple Every Day Mom
How will you celebrate Groundhog Day this year?