"Here comes Peter Cottontail!" This is a fun activity for your students to do around Easter. Students will love how the colors and items used on their glyphs depend on information about them as individuals.
Depending on the age group of your students, you may want to explain that “glyph” is short for “hieroglyphics”. Hieroglyphics were pictures, characters, or symbols that were used in ancient civilizations (particularly associated with ancient Egypt) to represent words or phrases.
Read the directions aloud to younger students.
Practice public speaking: After students create the glyphs, have partners stand in front of the class with their set of directions and an Easter Bunny Glyph. Instruct each partner to share 3 things they learned about the other person simply by looking at their partner’s glyph.
What is included in your download:
*A set of directions for students (3 pages)
*Easter Bunny Glyph
Creating an Easter Bunny Glyph Classroom Fun
by Tonya Davis
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