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Need a fun activity to end your Geometry Unit? If so, then this might be just what you're looking for. With this Geometry Monster Glyph craftivity your students will have a blast creating their very own unique monsters all while reviewing geometrical terms learned in class. This activity reviews th
These Common Core aligned Shape Monsters will make a fabulous addition to your spooky math activities! Students will love creating their very own unique and colorful shape monster. There is a Glyph Guide included if you would like to do this activity as a glyph! If not, students can make them howeve
In this monster glyph activity students create a unique glyph while teaching classmates about themselves. Students then use the class glyph to collect and analyze data, creating their own graphs as displays. This project is especially great because its complexity can be easily differentiated acros
Your students will have fun making their own, unique Love Monster! Students will answer questions about Valentine's Day and then use their answers to create their very own friendly monster. You could display these cuties around your room or in a hallway as part of your monthly bulletin board displ
Bring art into math with this shape monster glyph! We did this before Halloween and parent/teacher conferences to display in the hallways. To engage our parents as they waited for their conference, we made it an interactive bulletin board where they would use the key to guess which monster belonged
This 7 page Valentine's Themed Math and Literacy Bundle includes the following: Cover Page Love Monster Glyph Directions Love Monster Making Words Recording Page Love Monster Letters (to be used to make words) True or False Valentine's Day Themed Math Notes to the Teacher (Example of completed Mo
Glyphs are fun and engaging and a great activity to incorporate into any data or graphing unit, especially at the beginning of the year. Glyphs are pictorial representations of data. This set of monster glyphs is customizable, meaning you get to create the criteria on the glyph by filling out one
Math and Writing Activities for kindergarten or first grade students to use with Glad Monster / Sad Monster by Ed Emberley and Anne Miranda -GLYPH - make a monster face answering simple questions -TEMPLATES - teachers can cut or copy glyph pieces -DATA SHEETS - graph, total page -WRITING SHEETS - va
A glyph is a graphic representation of data, and is a fun way reinforce math concepts in the classroom! This glyph activity can be used during the month of February as a way for students to practice geometry concepts. Based on responses on the glyph worksheet, each student builds their own polygon m
Students use dice to make 3 digit by 1 digit multiplication problems and then solve them. They then use a key based on the products of their problems to create a multiplication monster! A fun and creative way to reinforce multiplication skills!
This activity packet includes a fun math glyph for your students. They will create a Frankenstein monster based on their answers to several questions. You can choose to print glyph materials in full color or onto colored construction paper using the black & white versions. The activity is b
A Fall / Halloween math creativity. Students create parts of their monster using square units. Version 1 includes formula for area and perimeter of rectangles. Version 2 is free-form and allows students to create their monster with or without calculating perimeter.
Funny Monster Glyph - 10 pages of templates and worksheets to create funny monsters! Page 1 Teacher's Guide (including required materials and preparation instructions) Page 2-3 - Instructions for Students Page 4-5 - Templates Page 6 - What our funny monsters say about us! display poster Page 7 - Re
Dear Educators, The Monster Glyph is a fun craftivity for your students to complete. This craftivity will be great for the beginning of the year as a get to know you activity, during the fall months, or really anytime you want to have some fun.Your kids will enjoy this craftivity! Diane Ireland
Kids love monsters, so what better way to start the school year? Students will create a monster by following a glyph to tell about themselves. After completing the monster they will write about what the monster tells about them. In addiiton a sheet of graphing activities allows you to integrate ma
Students play a multiplication game, and use the products of their equations to create a scary, creepy, multiplication monster!! Using a dice, students create a multiplication equation (roll the dice twice to get your factors). Using the product, students read the "criteria" for their monsters (ex
Students use their knowledge of multiplication and division to create a fun monster glyph. Aligned to 4th grade common core standards. Skills Covered: - word problems - multi-digit multiplication - division with remainders - one-digit divisors and multi-digit dividends
This is a PowerPoint that walks students through creating a monster glyph! Click here to see my Homograph Task Cards Made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. More or less, you can make copies to use them, but can't redistribute or resell.
The resources included in this project are designed to create a fun and engaging way for students to reflect on their learning styles and social emotional achievements across the school year through a monster themed glyph craftivity!INCLUDED:★ Glyph guide (with several reflective questions!)★ Variet
This back to school monster themed resource provides everything you’ll need for two fun and engaging classroom community building activities and bulletin board display.Here is what's included:♥ Detailed notes for preparation, display, and use of all components in the classroom♥ Monster Glyph studen
This is monster glyph is a student favorite! Students use this page to design their own personal monster by checking the spaces that apply. Monsters can either be drawn using coloring supplies, or created using construction paper. I also like to have students write about how they created their glyp
Students will love creating a love monster craft, but it's also a glyph. This includes a poem, data analysis forms (half-sheets), instructions, and a mini-poster to display with the glyphs on a bulletin board. Some templates are included (eyes, mouth, heart-shaped body). *Arms/legs, teeth, and ha
Use this glyph at Halloween to create scary monsters with a purpose! Glyphs are pictures with meaning. Some hesitate to use glyphs because they can be a management nightmare if not implemented correctly. Glyphs Made Easy are designed to help the students Think, Make a Plan and Create… the same s
This fun activity will motivate your students to READ the instructions, to CREATE a monster, to WRITE a description of their monster and to READ ALOUD a monster description to another class. A glyph is a sort of graph that shows data in a creative manner. This monster glyph is personalized for you

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