Glyph, Behavior Management, fun style classroom labels and classroom posters, and Graph for Math with color recognition-- all in one product. This red and blue fish glyph for pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students is a great classroom craft that you can use with picture books about fish or at any time during the year. The glyph questions are simple (4 questions for pre-k-1st) all about me questions, so they work with any unit. The students will create a fish bowl glyph with either a white fish, green fish, red fish, or blue fish. Then, if you choose, you can use this fish bowl as part of a behavior management bulletin board. Your packet includes all you need from posters to labels for this technique. I've created this glyph to make it easy on you. The printed backgrounds and name tags are optional for the glyph, so you don't need to print the color copies unless you want to.
It's like getting two packets in one! Here's what you get.
1 title page
2 supply list
3-5 teacher instructions and directions with time saving tips
6-7 detailed behavior management plan using the fish bowl glyph
8 student example with instructions
9 fish pattern
10-13 four different fish bowl patterns
14 additional pattern page for students
15-16 fish glyph questions
17 graph to complete with class
18-19 two blank graphs to create your own graphs
20-21 poster of fish glyph with key for bulletin board
22-25 fun, colorful polka dot style backgrounds that you place behind fish bowls on your bulletin board or use to create letters or posters
26-30 festive style red, green, yellow, and blue name tags to place below fish bowls--or to use other ways in the classroom
31-34 behavior management posters for bulletin board (more details in the packet)
35 Happy birthday poster
36 I Love to Read poster
37 Reading is Fun poster
*Please come back to review this product and add a link to your pictures or blog post showing your student projects. I cannot wait to see them. Check out my other glyphs too.
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