February 2nd is the day. Will the groundhog see his shadow and make winter go away? Have fun learning about the traditions and pageantry of this unique day with these 21 Inexpensive Groundhog Day Crafts and Recipes.
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Groundhog Day Crafts
Cupcake Liner Groundhog–Easy, inexpensive craft that delivers big smiles from I Heart Crafty Things.
DIY Shadow Puppets-As Lisette from Where Imagination Grows points out, Groundhog Day is a great time to make a shadow puppet show.
Groundhog Day Craft Puppet-This groundhog from Inner Child Fun is dressed to go out on the town and make a grand appearance on his big day.
Groundhog Day Cup Game-Where is the groundhog going to pop up next in this counting game from Mom Explores Southwest Florida?
Groundhog Day Directed Drawing-Lead the way in helping the kiddos draw their own groundhogs and use watercolors to bring them to life. Great art activity from Proud To Be Primary.
Groundhog Finger Puppet-Bring the woods to life with this inexpensive and lovable puppet from Housing A Forest.
Groundhog Play Set-Lots of fun ahead with this crafty groundhog set from About Family Crafts.
Groundhog Popup Craft–Now you see the groundhog and now you don’t from Tips From A Typical Mom.
Groundhog Shape Craft-Help them learn about shapes while creating a groundhog masterpiece. Great idea from Almost Unschoolers.
Groundhog’s Day Foam Masks-Pinning With Purpose walks you through the simple steps to make these awesome masks on a stick.
Paper Plate Groundhog-Michelle at Crafty Morning always knocks it out of the park with her cute paper crafts.
Shadow Tracing–It is all about the shadows with this art project from Premeditated Leftovers.
Groundhog Day Recipes
Groundhog Day Cupcakes-You will be tempted to pinch this groundhog’s cheeks rather than eat him. What a fun recipe from Bakerella.
Groundhog Day Donuts-Nutter Butters and doughnuts are a winning combination with this treat from Random Thoughts Of A Supermom!
Groundhog Day Molasses Cookies-Sweet nibbles from Wishes and Dishes while you wait to hear if the groundhog saw his shadow.
Groundhog Day Pancakes–Start the day off right with some Punxsutawney Phil lookalikes from The Joy of Boys.
Groundhog Day Sandwich-The kids will be gobbling up their lunches when they see this delightful creation from Sweet And Lovely Crafts.
Groundhog Day Treat-A decadent, low-calorie sweet eat from Finger Prickin’ Good.
Groundhog Fruit Snack-A healthy way to celebrate the holiday from Kitchen Fun With My Three Sons.
Happy Groundhog Day Pudding Cups–This absolutely adorable treat from Oh My Creative! is easy to put together and will thrill kids of all ages.
For a little reading to go along with the Groundhog Day crafts and eats, check out: