No matter what grade I taught, my students LOVED making glyphs
They are a quick, easy
way to practice listening
and following directions
They also provide a "hard copy" to use as proof that a child does or doesn't.
Completed projects make an adorable bulletin board
, as each one will be different.
I've included a colorful "Glyphs!" poster
for the center of your display.
are also an interesting way to get to know
If you study apples
for back-to-school, this apple glyph
makes a nice icebreaker
So you can do this glyph
with PK kiddos, I’ve included several posters
you can show to explain directions.
There’s a smaller, 4-on-a-page
pattern for them, as well as a larger, 2
-on-a-page template for older kiddos.
To practice data collection & analysis
, as well as process of elimination, have students pick a partner and try to figure out which glyph
I eliminated #8 “drawing a worm” for these samples.
I’ve designed the glyph
directions in such a way, that you can easily tweak
them to fit your needs and levels of your kiddos, making things super-simple
, or a bit more challenging
for older students in order to test their listening skills
as well as comprehension
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your students enjoy glyphs
as much as mine do.
Wishing you a fun-filled fall.
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