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Monday, January 21, 2013

Groundhog Day Coloring Page

A free printable coloring page of Groundhog day.

Parents and teachers may use this to give to class or do at home. It is perfect for the extra time activity or as a reward. It could serve as part of a lesson on folklore or seasons.

This is one of my favorites. The sun is coming up and covering its mouth as it yawns. Mr. Groundhog is still waking up and coming out of his burrow. After he has his hot cocoa he will look for his shadow. The mail box is stuffed full of the winter's mail. 

To print the groundhog picture below just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to your device to print later. If you have problems see the How To Print tab above or try one of the updated files below.

Groundhog Day. Kid's Print and Color page

CLICK HERE for an updated file that may work on some printers.
Some printers work better in PDF format. To go to a PDF file CLICK HERE.

You can color the sun yellow and maybe a little orange at the edges.

 Make the sky very light blue.

The trees, bushes and the grass can be different greens. Mr. Groundhog can be brown, or grey.

His shadow can be purple or lavender. The door of his home can be browns and reds. The bars across the door can be blue and black.

The ground can be browns and reds mixed together. I hope you enjoy coloring this as much as I enjoyed drawing it.

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