Saturday, January 26, 2013

Groundhog Day Dice Game Freebie!

Hi everyone!  Hope you had a great week.  We have a little bit of snow that allowed the teachers to leave 20 minutes early yesterday.  It has been so cold that we've had indoor recess allllllll week....  Next week is supposed to warm up a little.

I'm planning on having groundhog fun next week.  It's the first time that Groundhog Day doesn't come during the week!  I'm excited to actually get in a FULL week of Groundhog stuff!  I created a research packet that my kids will be doing.  It also includes a graphing activity, some comprehension pages to use with any groundhog themed book and also some writing----like a letter to the groundhog telling him/her to see the shadow or to not see the shadow...  I'm rooting for no shadow!  I want some WARM weather SOON!!! ;)

You can click on the picture to see more about my packet.  I'm going to have it on sale through Sunday night!


Here's a freebie for ya too!  It's 2 different dice roll games using the 120 chart.  There's a back story to both, but it's not on the paper.  The first one is wanting spring.  So when the player lands on a cloud---they get to move 10 ahead.  If they land on the sun, they go back 10.  (Clouds get you closer to spring---cause that's a fighting chance that he didn't see his shadow!)  The second one is winter---so if they land on the sun they move 10, if they land on the clouds they go back.




Click {HERE} to grab your copy!


Have a great weekend everyone!  I'm hoping the Groundhog doesn't see his shadow.  I want some warmer weather!!!!  What do you want him to do?

14 comments :

  1. I just pinned this cutie and then opened up blogger and it popped up there, too! Thanks so much for sharing!!!
    Growing Firsties will be having a huge giveaway soon! Erin Condren and much more!

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  2. Hi Angie,

    What a great game! Thanks so much for the FREEBIE! It's perfect for my first graders. {Saw it on Pinterest.} My kids will have fun with this.

    Mona
    First Grade Schoolhouse

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  3. Looks great! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Thanks for the game. My kids love games like this. I just pinned it!

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  5. Love it. I am printing it to add to our math center time. My kids (3rd grade) still have trouble doubling :( Thanks for the great freebie!
    Heather
    Kickin' It With Class

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  6. Angie,
    Thank you for the free game! Your packet looks great! What do your students use to do their research? Books, the internet???
    Camille
    An Open Door

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    1. I'm using a variety that I had purchased over the years from Scholastic as well as some from the school library (which I forgot to check for on Friday! oops!) Here's some of the ones I have: Groundhog Weather School, The Groundhog Day Book of Facts and Fun (we'll read this one together for some of the pages-it's much more advanced for them to look in), Groundhog Gets a Say, Groundhog Day by Gail Gibbons.. i think there might be more, but I'm not sure right now. Those you can also find on Amazon. Unfortunately I don't have many for this project that has indexes that my kids are used to using for the last 2 research projects we've done on penguins and hibernation.

      Hope that helped!
      Angie

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    2. Thank you Angie! That does help!
      Camille

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  7. Thanks so much for sharing--cute, fun game! :)


    -Gayla
    Teach On.

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  8. Thanks for the great freebie- love it! Your research projects sound great-- off to check out your TPT store:-)

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  9. I've been looking for some fun Groundhog freebies! Thank you! I have one on my blog that I recently posted!! Check it out if you are in need of more.

    Megan
    Mrs. Wheeler’s First Grade
    Mrs. Wheeler TpT

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  10. Thank you for sharing these games! We played them both today and my students were so into it- they loved them :-)

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