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• Bingo Game: 30 cards, 1 call list
• 5 pages of full-size valentine-themed pictures to color. These pages can be used in conjunction with our valentine bingo cards.
• Review comprehension and vocabulary from Kate McMullan's story of a loveable class guinea pig on Groundhog Day.
• A group of templates for creating a lap book to helps students explore the word 'Leap' and its relationship to the event, Leap Year. Includes templates for flashcards, matchbooks, pockets,flip book, and coloring,cutting, gluing, and matching activities.
• Mixed multiplication practice to eight.
• Color, cut, and paste different sized hearts onto each other in order from largest to smallest. This is a fun Valentine project and good practice with understanding sizes.
• 10 pages of valentine-themed bingo cards, ready to be colored and enjoyed.
• Follow the directions and color the correct number of pictures.
• Set of eight valentines to color.
• Grounghog Day is February 2nd! Will the groundhog see his shadow? Have students make their own prediction about the groundhog's shadow, and then ask the rest of their peers.

• "How many Valentine cards did Roger receive?" Use the picture graph to determine which student got the most valentines.
• Two mini-booklets for students to write Valentine's stories, Valentine rhymes, a word search, and math problems.
• Brief biography of President Roosevelt, with comprehension questions.
• Biography of the first President of the United States, with comprehension and sequencing questions.
• Fill in the missing vowels in the words in this heart-shaped worksheet.
• How old are you? Draw that many chocolates inside the heart.
• Six flashcards with hearts with candy heart-style sayings.
• [member-created with abctools] Write a Groundhog Day report on the lined paper with a realistic picture of a groundhog across the top of the page. Use the words in the provided word bank (from "brown" to "vegetarian") to write the report.
• Jessica bought three boxes of valentines for her friends. Each box had twenty-four cards. How many valentines did Jessica have to give to her friends?
• "If you are alert like the rooster, color the rooster’s beak orange." Color the picture to match the characteristics of this animal in the Chinese zodiac. Great vocabulary.
• Will the groundhog see his shadow? Large, realistic picture of a groundhog to color and narrow lines to write a story or report.
• Comprehension and vocabulary work to accompany Karen Gray Ruelle's "Harry and Emily" holiday story.

• Review vocabulary and comprehension for Lillian Hoban's story of friendship and valentines.
• A girl makes Valentine's cards for her friends in this realistic fiction reading comprehension.
• Find the groundhog-theme words from "burrow" to "winter" in this rectangular word search.
• Review vocabulary and comprehension for this Valentine-themed story from Karen Gray Ruelle's "Harry and Emily" series.
• Color the hearts, cut them out, and paste them in order from smallest to largest.
• This Presidents' Day packet includes a narrative focusing on George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, reading comprehension questions, pre and post writing prompts as well as research activities.

• Cut out the pictures and put them in order next to the sentences. Then write a story that uses the sentences as the foundation. Good early reader work.
• "Happy Valentine's Day" surrounded by hearts and doves.
• "Our art class is having a contest." A short reading comprehension.
• This five page book unit builds vocabulary and comprehension skills via the book by Mir Tamim Ansary. The unit can be used without the book, as well.