So, this week we read Groundhog’s Day Off by Robb Pearlman. (Find the book here) It was a really fun book; it gives a novel perspective to Groundhog’s Day. While reading the story, I got the idea to create a game using a variety of animals and their shadows. So I found 9 animals and their shadows and made this printable game.
Grab the printable here:
Instructions: Cut out each animal and their shadow. Use the card alone, or glue it to an index card for less transparency.
Write an “S” on the back of each shadow and an “A” on the back of each animal, and create 2 piles.
Place each pile face down and take turns flipping them over one at a time to create matches.
Here’s Mom Explores Southwest Florida’s Groundhog Day Cup Game:
And check out Mom Explores the Smokies printable Sight Word game here: