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Groundhog Day Color By Number Pages For Kids [Free Printable]

Groundhog Day is the perfect excuse for kids to get celebrating!

A great way to let them show their artistic skills are with these awesome Groundhog Day color by number worksheets. It’s a fun activity that will help them practice their number recognition, fine motor skills, and coloring.

What an easy way for your kiddos to have fun and learn at the same time! Not only that, but it’s also a good introduction to taking notice of hidden patterns and structures around them.

The best part? Seeing the final picture slowly come to life as they color each section…now THAT’S something to celebrate!

For even more fun, check out our other Groundhog Day activities we’re sure your kids will love!

Fun Groundhog’s Day Activity For Kids

Groundhog Day color by number cover banner image

Color by number pages are one of the best activities for kids! Not only can it help develop their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination, but it can also encourage concentration and teach them how to stay focused.

As an added bonus, they may even learn a bit about numbers while they are at it. In short: coloring by number = lots of educational fun!

Groundhog Day color by number finished example

Winter Ideas For Kids

This winter is an incredible opportunity to keep kids engaged in learning and create some lasting memories they won’t soon forget!

Get creative and explore the wide range of activities at your fingertips. Read children’s books together, do some fun activities or make some creative crafts. Here we’ve compiled our top ideas to get you started on your next idea – the possibilities are endless!

So why not get started today? Let’s face it: You don’t want the kids going stir-crazy this winter. Put away those video games and try one of our suggestions – the kids will love it (and so will you). Have fun!

Winter Books For Kids

Reading books to your kids this winter is a great idea!

It’s hugely beneficial for their development and education. It’s an enjoyable, interactive way to introduce them to new books, build their vocabulary and enhance their comprehension skills.

Try out some of these fun Groundhog’s Day books:

The Night Before Groundhog Day – Help kids understand what Groundhog’s Day is all about with this fun, rhyming book!

Grumpy Groundhog – This is a humorous book about a groundhog who just doesn’t want to wake up for everyone to see on Groundhog’s Day. What will happen? Will he make it to the surface for everyone to see???

Groundhog Gets A Say – This funny book looks at all the other things groundhogs can do outside of Groundhog’s Day!

Groundhog Day color by number finished example with tophat

Winter Crafts For Kids

Making crafts with your kids is a great way to bond together as a family. Not only do you get to have fun doing something creative, but it also provides several amazing benefits that come with spending quality time with your children!

Crafting also provides the perfect opportunity for learning new skills, from color theory to problem-solving. Plus, making crafts together is an incredibly rewarding experience for all involved – when you create something beautiful and unique together, it will bring joy far beyond when looking at the finished project!

Groundhog Headband Craft – Hooray for Groundhog’s Day! And what goes better with the groundhog superstition than a fun kids’ craft? That’s why we’ve come up with this cute groundhog headband complete with a free printable template. Yippee! This activity is super easy and can be done in class at school or at home. Make memories and have some fun – it’s time to get crafty!

Penguin Shape Craft – Penguins are such fun and adorable bird, making them one of the most iconic creatures in the world. Kids will adore putting together their very own friendly tuxedoed pal from Antarctica as they work on their creative shape identification and fine motor skills. It’s sure to spark fascination and a deeper appreciation for these creative flightless birds, plus hopefully some giggles after working hard to complete it!

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Walrus Name Craft – Ready to make a splash with your kids? Look no further than this walrus name craft! Only our walrus can gather up enough fish for your little ones to learn how to spell their names – all the while making a fun and unique craft. Your kiddos will be having so much fun that they won’t even know how this project is also helping them work on their fine motor skills, scissor skills, and direction-following abilities!

Abominable Snowman Craft – This adorable abominable snowman craft is an absolute must for getting through the winter months with kids! Not only will they keep them happily occupied for hours, but it’s a great way to sneak in some learning too. The assembly process enhances hand-eye coordination, encourages creativity, and challenges their minds with problem-solving – talk about a triple threat! Plus, the end result is a fun and furry creature that never fails to bring a smile to everyone’s face!

Winter Activities For Kids

Winter can be tough for the kiddos. But no more winter doldrums! Put your kid’s boredom on ice with our fun snowflake-inspired penguin dot to dot printables! Not only will they keep them entertained, but they’ll also be learning skills like hand-eye coordination as they finish these adorable pictures. Get ready to let those creative juices flow – these penguins want a winter to remember!

Groundhog Day finished example coming out of the earth

Get ready to have some roar-tastic coloring fun, friends! Our polar bear color by numbers worksheets are perfect for anyone looking to practice their hand-eye coordination, color recognition, and have a good time. All you need is your crayons and the printed page – it’s as easy as matching the numbers on the page with their colors!

Learning can be fun with these amazing walrus worksheets that will keep kids’ minds active and learning a ton of new stuff. When they use these sheets they’ll be practicing their letter formation, scissors skills, and letter recognition, all with a fun walrus theme.

three stacked finished examples of Groundhog Day color by number sheets

Winter Fun

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Crystal Tracey

Sunday 29th of January 2023

Love to try this with the kids this week.


Monday 30th of January 2023

Oh, good! I hope you can.

Kim Farina

Thursday 26th of January 2023

Would love these!


Saturday 28th of January 2023

Of course! All you need to do is enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you ?

jeanette webb

Monday 23rd of January 2023

would like these for my students


Monday 23rd of January 2023

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