Make teaching during Halloween fun with this Jack-O-Lantern Glyph Activity! This low-prep activity incorporates multiple skills into one. Your students will enjoy creating this pumpkin activity using a student-friendly step-by-step guide while they practice their graphing skills. The perfect activity for your classroom this fall.
Step away from the basic pumpkin crafts and allow your students to practice math, reading, and writing all in one. This fall jack-o-lantern glyph includes everything you'd need to allow your students to complete this activity and printables to go along with it.
Here's what you'll get in Halloween themed activity:
- Templates for glyph stencils
- Templates for glyph pieces to be printed on colored paper or colored by hand
- Printable glyph directions
- Glyph survey
- Graphing printables with question pages
- Writing template
Your students will love learning all about their friends this Halloween while they discuss the unique attributes of their glyphs with each other.
This entire glyph activity is extremely low-prep, and can be printed on regular paper and colored in, or printed right on colored paper for a quicker activity.
Take this activity to the next level. Just print the activities to go along with the glyph, and allow your students to complete the printables that help you to incorporate WRITING too.
TEACHERS LIKE YOU SAID…
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Brenda M. says, "This was the first time many of my students had created a glyph. At first they struggled understanding the concept, but now that they have seen the finished product, they want more. It was fun to see each of them create their own pumpkin and then be surprised that the other students' pumpkins were different. We are just starting our graphing unit. This was a great way to introduce graphing and data collection."
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Aryn K. J. says, "My students love creating projects and glyphs are more than just a cute Jack-O-Lantern project. They enjoyed comparing thiers with each other. "
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