Kids will enjoy making (and playing with!) this paper plate groundhog!
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We recently received the book A Greyhound, A Groundhog by Emily Jenkins and Chris Appelhans.
I drew the head and shoulders of a groundhog onto a small white paper plate.
I colored it in and cut it out. I then attached a flat stick to the back of it. I found a large green paper plate and cut a hole in the center, wide enough to fit the stick and long enough for the groundhog to move from side to side. I thought that the green plate looked too bright, so I asked my son to help me glue some fake moss onto the plate.
He then threaded the groundhog into position.
We both agreed that the groundhog looked very cute when it popped out!
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