Groundhogs Day is coming up so I thought we would make a craft for it! All you need is a empty toilet paper roll, white/brown/green construction paper, a black sharpie, scissors, and glue. I think this little groundhog turned out pretty cute! He is ready to see his shadow!
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Start by cutting a big heart out of brown paper for the face, as well as two ears. Then cut a tiny white heart for the groundhog's teeth and two oval eyes.
Glue the pieces on like the photo above. (I LOVE the teeth LOL!)
Grab a black sharpie to draw a heart nose, six whiskers and pupils on the eyes.
Next you will need a recycled toilet paper roll and a thin piece of green paper. All I had was this neon green but it worked!
Glue the green strip of paper around the top of the TP tube about an inch down. Have the kids use a scissors and cut slits all around the paper to make green grass.
Tape the groundhog to a popsicle stick or do like we did and use a piece of paper taped over a pipe cleaner. After that, pop him in the hole! :)
The kids love this art project because they can make the groundhog go up and down!