I’ve seen cute ideas for this day. A favorite is a groundhog cut-out inside a cup with a stick coming out the bottom of the cup so the child can make his groundhog pop up. Fun! I am always drawn to anything with handprints and a footprint of our little kiddos. I hope you enjoy this fun activity!
- Brown Washable paint
- Green Washable paint
- Construction paper
- Black marker
- Paint the bottom of the child’s foot with brown paint and stamp the footprint before it dries. (Note- the footprint will need to be upside-down).
- Paint the child’s hands green and stamp the hand prints on both sides of the footprint to resemble grass blades. (Fingers pointing up.)
- After the paint dries, add eyes, nose, mouth, and a couple hands to complete your groundhog.
- Write “Happy Groundhog Day” February 2 and be sure the add the child’s name and age.
This archaeology “DIG” site will transform your stage into a scene from Israel that will grab everyone’s attention. The large stone ruins are 16 feet long and eight feet high. They are professionally printed on four large sticker sheets 8’ x 4’. No painting needed!!!
The bundle also includes three half column stickers. Many more props are included in the bundle stickers such as: Six boulders, four clay vases, and several tools (picks, shovels, brushes, & trials).