Poem Of The Groundhog Day. The groundhog (marmota monax), also known as a woodchuck, is a rodent of the family sciuridae, belonging to the group of large ground squirrels known as marmots. Groundhog day poems is all they do.
They seem to use a template, change the odd word or two. “it must be time for spring,” he said. N is for being as nice as possible.
A Shy Little Groundhog Left His Bed, Heigh Ho!
They then read a scroll the groundhog supposedly wrote, that states whether or not it saw its shadow. Living, shall forfeit fair renown, and, doubly dying, shall go down. Build a poem is an interactive reading activity for kids.
The Content Is Still Repetitive, A New Poem With Nothing New.
It is a rhyming poem. They seem to use a template, change the odd word or two. It can be used for a poem of the month or a literacy center.
Since We Live In Pennsylvania, Groundhog Day Holds A Special Place In Our State’s Heart.
O is for being optimistic. So, you know… lighten up. Then back to his burrow he crept, he crept, and six more winter weeks he slept.
And He Doesn’t Learn To Speak French.
Perhaps they need inspiration, and fresh imagination to boot. U is for being unique. How i enjoy watching you!
G Is For The Greatness That Surrounds Us.
The template can also be used after watching the live (or replay!) of the groundhog coming out of hibernation to see if he sees. This determines if winter will last another six weeks, or if spring is coming soon. Students can work in a small group, or individually, to read, build, and recite the poem.