Here are some cards that I made for my class.
here to get a copy. I use it with heart shaped playdough. I have a great recipe for playdough. You can find it here.
We had a lot of fun for ground hog day. I know this is too late for you to use, but you could pin it for next year. I took the kinders outside to look at their shadows (it was 60 degrees in the St. Louis area!). They got with a partner and traced each others shadow with chalk. Then we went inside and wrote about the groundhog's shadow and about our shadow. Here is the paper I used.
Get a copy here.
On the top lines the children wrote "The groundhog saw his shadow." On the bottom line they wrote "I did too!" In the middle, the children drew a picture of themselves seeing their shadow. We had so much fun with this activity another teacher commented that she would like to be a student in my classroom. What a wonderful compliment. It made my day!