I don't know about your winter but here in Atlanta it has been COLD!! We are ready for warmer weather and no more snowflakes in the forecast!
Our local Groundhog is called General Beauregard Lee and on February 2nd we are all hoping he does not see his shadow.
To celebrate, I made some Groundhog Chex mix for my daughter's class. The chocolate groundhogs are far from perfect but I'm pretty sure first graders don't care.
I melted chocolate wafers and poured it into a piping bag. I debated drawing circles on the parchment paper as a template but decided we weren't going for perfection. My freehanded groundhogs actually turned out to be about the same size.
I added some candy eyes while it was still hot. Note: don't make too many at ones because the chocolate will harden quickly.
For the teeth I rolled mini marshmallows flat then sliced them into strips.
For the Chex Mix I put Chocolate Chex cereal and some pretzel squares into the bag along with some green candy sprinkles.
Here is a link to download the tag: http://www.sweetpparties.com/st-patrick-s-day-treats (I'm not sure why it says St. Patrick's Day). Or click on the download section and search Groundhog's Day tag.