Glyph - Jack and the Beanstalk Glyph Activities - Data Collection
This Jack and the Beanstalk Glyph resource is a great addition to your fairy tale unit, spring, or plant units! The glyph is differentiated so that you can use it with your PreK through second-grade students. With PreK and Kindergarten, I use glyphs as a listening and following directions activity and then use them to teach and/or reinforce many math skills.
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Mathematical glyphs are great ways to teach problem-solving and data organization. Students learn what a glyph is and how to use them to organize data. They love seeing their work as graphs in the classroom! A guaranteed success!
Included in this fun, interactive resource:
** Two different glyphs - 1 where students read and color (or follow directions with
and 1 where students "build" their glyph.
** Graphs for data collection
** Worksheets where students analyze their own information including... Completing
sentences, using tally marks for data collection, taking information from the
graphs and answer mathematical questions
** Title Wall Cards for graphing information. Cards have picture clues to help even
your youngest students be able to graph independently.
** Background information
** Teaching points
- Jack and the Beanstalk Non-Standard Measurement
- Fairy Tale Unit Jack and The Beanstalk First Grade
- Plants Jack and the Beanstalk Math Science ELA PK/K
Other Related Resources:
• Fairytale Bundle Math and Literacy PK and Kindergarten
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