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Groundhog - Speedy Lapbook

Groundhog - Speedy Lapbook

For ages: 5-7, 8-10

Speedy Lapbook Series by homeschool bits... This speedy lapbook is not overwhelming and can usually be completed in one day! Elementary grade level. The word “groundhog” comes from a scientific word that means “marvelous mammal.” Learn some basics about groundhogs and complete a simple lapbook. Links to supporting online activities are also included. Groundhog...   [click here for more]
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Groundhog Copywork & Fun!

Groundhog Copywork & Fun!

For ages: 5-7, 8-10, 11-13

In Groundhog Copywork & Fun! you can copy & learn about the animal that snoozes until spring. Learn amazing facts and information about the only animal that has its own national holiday! A few fun activities, and website links to learn more about groundhogs are also included. These could be used to start off the school day, or to fill the time while the parent/teacher...   [click here for more]
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Homeschool Bits & Teacher Book Bag's Super Blood Wolf Moon

Homeschool Bits & Teacher Book Bag's Super Blood Wolf Moon

For ages: 5-7, 8-10, 11-13

Super Blood Wolf Moon Without a doubt, the main event in the night sky during January is the total lunar eclipse, also known as an eclipse of the Super Blood Wolf Moon. It will start late Sunday, Jan. 20th, and finish early Monday, Jan. 21st (EST). This simple eBook is a great companion guide to the event! Enjoy! We at Homeshool Bits & Teacher Book Bag hope you...   [click here for more]
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It's Groundhog's Day

It's Groundhog's Day

For ages: 5-7, 8-10, 11-13

The first official groundhog weather prediction was published on February 2, 1886. A year later, the official ceremony site was moved to its present location – Gobbler’s Knob. Up until 1966, the ceremony was always held in secret; only the groundhog’s prediction was made public. The celebration of Groundhog’s Day, or a spring festival, can be traced back to ancient civilizations....   [click here for more]
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