Printable Groundhog Day Activity

Monday, January 29, 2024

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 It's Groundhog Day soon! We, unfortunately, do not have access to a groundhog this year. What we do have, though, is access to a printer and a mom who has a hobby of making ridiculous activities for her kid. So I made our own groundhog for us to predict the weather with! You can download this PDF at the bottom of the post.

To create your own groundhog, and test whether they see their shadow, you are going to need something to color with, scissors, and maybe some tape. First,  color in your groundhog. Then, cut on the dotted line (Pay attention! It is very important that you ONLY cut on the dotted line.) Last, you will fold on the double line, allowing your groundhog to stand up, while the flat parts work as a base. If your groundhog has trouble staying up, try adding a little tape to the cut part on the right. Now you can set up your groundhog outside to see its shadow (or not!)

Click here to download the Groundhog PDF!

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Sleepy Sloth Game Printable

Monday, January 22, 2024

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 This game is all about sloths getting to bed, so it is a little sloooow. It works like a basic roll-and-move game, but the chances of your sloth taking a little rest on your next turn are very high! Scroll to the bottom of the page to find a link to the PDF.

To assemble the game you will need scissors and (optionally) tape. To play the game you will need a single die. After you have the game printed, cut the sloth figures out on the dotted lines, then fold them on the double lines to create a figure that stands. If your sloths won't stand on their own, you can always add a little tape.

Beginning where it says "start" both players will take turns rolling the die until someone gets to the finish. Be careful though! If you hit a "ZZZ" space your sloth will have to take a little nap before they can continue!

Click here to download the Sleepy Sloth Game PDF!

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Dot-to-Dot Reading Tracker Bookmark

Monday, January 15, 2024

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I am a huge fan of reading trackers. I just love being able to check off a box, and when I get to do it for something I already enjoy it's a real treat! I'm always looking for a new format of tracker to keep things fun for our readers, so for our printable this week I've created three bookmarks that are a dot-to-dot reading tracker. You can find the link to this PDF at the bottom of the post!


To fill this reading tracker out you will be paying attention to how much time you've read, rather than how many books. This type of tracking tends to be more rewarding for our readers who are working their way through one big book, rather than many small ones. Of course, the time spent reading doesn't have to be in one big chunk. Just track each 5 minutes as you go, or time yourself, and then fill it out after you've read for a while!

Click here to download the Dot-to-Dot Reading Tracker Bookmark PDF!

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Abstract Chore Chart Printable

Monday, January 8, 2024

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This week's printable was something I created because I wanted to take something boring and add a fun spin to it. I attempted to create a chore chart that I wouldn't mind hanging on my wall, and this cute little printable fits the bill! The link to the PDF can be found at the bottom of this post!

Have your kid color in a shape every time they finish a chore. Can they fill the chart in a week? 

Click here to download a PDF of the Abstract Shapes Chore Chart!

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Goal Tickets Printable

Monday, January 1, 2024

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The start of the year is a great time to talk about setting goals. It could be as simple as "take a walk this week" or as complicated as "clean my room once a week this year." Goals are an important life skill, and are so much fun if you implement them correctly! This week's printable is what I am calling "Goal Tickets." You can download this printable PDF at the link at the bottom of this post.

With this printable you will be able to create a booklet full of goals! Sit down with your child and have them tell you what they would like to accomplish, then think of a reward that fits the difficulty of the goal! Your kid can color their booklet, then cut it out and staple it together. When they accomplish their goal they can tear out the page and use it as a coupon to receive their reward!

Click here to download the Goal Tickets PDF!

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