Groundhog Day!!

Hey guys, how’s it going?
Since Groundhog Day happens on a Saturday this year (bummer!),
we learned all about shadows for our science unit (even though it was cloudy and rainy all week),
and completed the unit by learning about Groundhog’s Day!
We read these lovely books!

Oh, and Reading Rainbow also has a great shadows episode!!
We did some awesome activities as well. 
These wonderful freebies are by Erin Eberhart!!
Hey guys, how’s it going?

Oh, and get ready to fill up your shopping carts, I know I am!!
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