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Groundhog Day Math Worksheets

Why is there a Ground Hog's Day? An American tradition that dates back over 200 years, Groundhog Day is a celebration where Americans gather around in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, to watch a groundhog predict the weather for the next six weeks. Even though the day is not a public holiday, it is widely observed in the USA. Every year on February 2nd, a groundhog is said to forecast the weather by looking for his shadow. If the sun is out and shining, and the groundhog sees it, it is said to give six more weeks of winter. However, if the weather is cloudy, the forecast is of an early spring. Due to the weather being different in the different parts of the States, may town in Canada and the U.S have their own groundhogs for weather prediction with their own traditions and cultures for the groundhog day. February 2 is the day where two things always happen: A) we find out how much longer winter will be. B) teachers are scrambling to find Groundhog Hog materials. We never seen anything available for math. Hopefully this helps you solve #2.

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