January 25 - Saturday Sweets Weekly Linky Party

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My friend Mary at A Classroom Full of Smiles has started a wonderful Linky Party that I'm excited to join AND plan to join every Saturday....yep, that's my goal! Since I've put it out into the World, I will stick to it!
Each week everyone is going to link up items and things that will help teachers plan for the next week or two. After you've read mine, head on over there to see what else you might need!
 Saturday Sweets Weekly Linky Party
With Groundhog Day landing on Sunday this year, this is a fun week to study old Punxsutawney Phil.
 Click here to go to Phil's official site. It has all sorts of freebies and lessons for teachers. They have FAQs, printables, the history of Phil, all sorts of neat things. Phil lives at Gobbler's Knob and has been predicting the weather since 1887. 
This will be his 128th year! 
When Groundhog Day falls on the weekend, on Friday before we go home for the weekend, I have the kids make their predictions on the board or an anchor chart.
Groundhog Prediction Anchor Chart
Groundhog Prediction Anchor Chart
Groundhog Prediction Anchor Chart
Groundhog Prediction Anchor Chart
 Then when you return to school on Monday, Feb. 3rd, you can pull up the site, see what Phil's prediction was and discuss your chart!
Saturday Sweets Weekly Linky Party
Saturday Sweets Weekly Linky Party
Groundhog Rhyming Words Word Families Center Games & Interactive Notebook Pages
If you head on over, tell Mary that Fern sent you!
 January 25 - Saturday Sweets Weekly Linky Party
For more great ideas, visit my Pinterest Groundhog Day Board.
Click here if you are unable to see the Groundhog Pinterest widget.
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1 comment

  1. Thank you SOOO much for linking up. I don't think your Groundhog activities could be any cuter! I can't wait to use some in my room. Thanks again!


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