Happy Groundhog Day!
I like to print the the answer key smaller (i.e.: half-size) using the multiple pages setting on my inkjet printer. You’ll be able to add several of these smaller answer keys in the center in order for 3 or more student pairs to work at the same time!
Teaching Hint #2
Laminate the groundhog printables before cutting out the sentence. Students can use a dry erase marker and eraser to add the punctuation marks. My students ALWAYS loved using dry erase markers versus pencils and I loved having a reusable activity every February!
There’s also a quick Groundhog Day activity worksheet page included to use for an informal assessment. There’s a question just like this on the Primary NWEA-MAP Reading assessment (targeting commas) and most of my students got confused by the wording. This activity page quickly solved that!
Looking for more Groundhog Day literacy activities?