Here's a super-fun little something you can plug into your day, that’s sure to “bee” a day brightener.
No matter what grade I taught, my students LOVED making glyphs
They are a quick, easy & interesting way to practice & assess listening & following directions
Since this is one of my report card standards, glyphs
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 cute “glyphs” poster
for the center of your display.
are also an interesting way to get to know
To practice data collection & analysis
, as well as process of elimination, have students pick a partner to "interview", to help them figure out which glyph
is their partner's.
I've included a data collection worksheet
for this, challenging students to try and solve the "mystery" with the least amount of questions.
Afterwards, for an interesting discussion
and “revelation” for some, discuss if and why asking a certain question helped eliminate more possibilities than others, and if strategy
was important in choosing which questions to ask first.
I've also included 6, whole-group graphing extensions
, so you can practice another math standard.
I'm Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your students enjoy glyphs
as much as mine do.
Click on this link to see more fun Glyphs