Tired of boring the same boring practice of multiple meaning words? Create excitement in practice while combining students' love of drawing. Students will use context clues in a story to figure out multiple meanings and parts of speech. Students will compare the meanings and then based on those comparisons create an illustration.
Print the glyph as a worksheet, anchor activity, or as a gallery walk. Great for a GT extension activity, for differentiation, or early finishers.
The sentences are in order to make a story. Let students work individually or as partners.
Have them do all the work and then give them a blank piece of paper to do the illustrations. You can go over it before they draw or do a quick check for understanding from their drawings.
They can always take it home to finish their pictures. Let students use their creativity to complete their artwork.
This glyph complements my 24 Multiple Meaning Activity Cards.
To try a glyph check out my free Snowman Math Glyph.