This year, celebrate Groundhog Day with our free printable color by number pages!
Groundhog Day is a fun and educational holiday and these coded coloring sheets are a great way to teach young kids about the tradition of this day.
Each printable page features a different Groundhog Day-themed image that your kids can color.
There are two pages of Punxsutawney Phil, the famous groundhog who is said to predict the weather on this unique holiday.
There is also a page with a Happy Groundhog Day sign, a weather scene that shows an early spring, and more cute groundhogs.
You can click here to jump to the bottom to learn more about Groundhog Day.
To use the color-by-number worksheets, print the page and have your kids color in the sections according to the color code on top. They can use crayons, markers, or colored pencils.
These free printables are also a great way to teach your kids about colors, shapes, and numbers.
This type of activity also helps with skills like number recognition and fine motor skills. And they can be a lot of fun!
Here are some tips for using color by number pages with your kids:
- Start with the simplest page and gradually increase the difficulty as your child improves.
- Feel free to encourage your child to use various colors, not just the colors in the color code.
- Let your child color the sections in any order they want.
- Praise your child’s creativity and effort.
So print out a few of these fun worksheets and let your kids enjoy learning about the holiday.
How to Use Groundhog Day Color By Number Printables
To use these color by code worksheets, print the page and have your kids color in the sections according to the color code on top.
They can use crayons, markers, or colored pencils.
All of our color by number pages are free to print.
Look below to choose from one of the free printables, or go to the bottom to print the entire set in a single PDF file.
We have lots more holiday themed color by number worksheets that may also interest you, such as Valentine’s and St. Patricks color by code, as well as MLK and Easter color by number. For more St. Pat’s Day fun, check out our free word search printables.
Printable Groundhog Day Color By Number Pages
Punxsutawney Phil waves ‘Hello’ as he sees his shadow on Groundhog Day.
Look at this cute groundhog face. Hurray, he doesn’t see his shadow. That means spring will arrive early this year.
A cheerful ‘Happy Groundhog Day!’ sign.
This groundhog is delighted not to see its shadow!
Punxsutawney Phil feels proud after burrowing out of the ground and being down in his hole all winter.
A delightful weather scene – as spring has come early this year!Find our spring color by number sheets here.
Click above to print all 6 pages in one PDF file.
We hope you enjoy our Groundhog Day color by number pages!
What Is Groundhog Day?
Groundhog Day is a US and Canadian holiday on February 2nd and began in the 1800’s.
The name of our favorite Groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, comes from the town the tradition started in, Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania.
The lore is that if a groundhog sees its shadow on this day, there will be six more weeks of winter.
However, if the groundhog doesn’t see its shadow, it predicts an early spring.
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