Smiley, Googley-Eyed, Giggly Monsters
Adjective Monster Glyph
*This is a companion to the Smiley, Googley-Eyed Monsters: Exploring Adjectives materials that I have listed for sale on TPT. Yet, using these companion materials is not required.
"My Monster's Features" sheet
Step-by-step directions for creating monsters
Monster parts templates for copying(head, ears, and teeth)
Callouts (with and without lines)
Bulletin board/wall display sheets (see thumnail sample)
Collecting data sheets (Skills: tallying, comparing numbers, bar graphing, finding the difference, and writing a math story)
Photos of completed monsters
Notes to Buyer:
This glyph project was designed to accompany my students' study of adjectives. Therefore, all survey choices are adjectives and students wrote creative callouts using "strong" adjectives.
You may choose to use colored construction paper or cardstock.
I purchased the largest size of googley eyes I could find (approx. 2 1/2 in.) and smaller eyes (approx. 3/4 in.). Use the size of eyes you desire.
I used jumbo chenille stems (purchased at Hobby Lobby in their Summer Fun section), yet any size of chenille stems can be used.
I had students make a one-haired monster, yet you may wish for students to add four hairs. If so, see the additional "My Monster's Features" sheet that is included.
My students' callouts were typed. This can easily be done by creating a callout in a word processing program. If desired, use the callouts included (with and without lines) for your students to write on.
Glyph display sheets are included whether displaying on a wall or bulletin board.
Please feel free to e-mail me with any questions you may have at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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