I love to use glyphs in my class and the students love them too. Glyphs are pictorial representations that are often used in elementary schools.
To use this glyph, I hand the worksheet out to my students and have them complete it. Their answers will help them create a jack-o-lantern out of colored paper. After they are finished, they turn them in. The glyph changes things up for the students and makes the worksheet easier to grade for me. They don't turn in the worksheet at all, just the jack-o-lantern itself, so I can just look at it to see if the answers are correct. My students LOVE these activities. I hope yours do too!
This glyph, in particular, deals with the triangle Angle Sum Theorem. The problems aren't super challenging, but they do involve compound figures.
The jack-o-lanterns pictured in the thumbnails are not of this actual glyph, but examples of previous year's.
Answer key is included.