Mad Libs - This can be a really funny one, if you add the right words. Insert the proper type of word in each blank. Read the story aloud to your friends for extra laughs.
Proper Nouns and Pronouns - In each sentence below circle the proper nouns and underline all pronouns for people and animals ONLY.
Predicting Complete Predicates - Punxsutawney Phil is busy predicting the weather so he needs your help in predicting the complete predicates in each sentence.
Reading Comprehension Worksheets:
Facts - Learn some fun and interesting facts about groundhogs
and then answer the questions/fill in the blanks that follow.
Punxsutawney Times - On the morning of Feb 2, 2015, tens of
thousands of people waited around the home of Punxsutawney Phil.
Shadow - Read a fictional story about Punxsutawney Phil and
answer the questions that follow. What important lessons did Phil learn on this day?
Phil Is Stuck Maze - Help
Phil navigate his way out of that crazy maze. Phil has slept in on his big day and needs to find his way out to the surface to
predict the weather. Start from the middle where Phil is and help him find his way out
to Gobbler's Knob.
Phil's Word Search - Phil needs to collect all of these words
that are lost in the puzzle below so he can predict a long winter
or an early spring!
What's Your Prediction?
- How are you feeling about this year? Will winter be extra-long or will spring come early? Why do you think
Your Own Animal Legend - Punxsutawney Phil is a famous animal
legend that predicts the weather. Pick an animal and its special traits or powers and give it a
special day. The animal can be real or fictional.
a Groundhog! - It is often said that groundhogs are afraid of
their own shadows. Use your own past or present
experiences with fears to help you. Write at least 6 sentences.