Looking for engaging practice or assessment? Students will practice 2 digit addition with no regrouping in word problems or equation only form for easy differentiation. Students also review place value and comparing numbers.
Print the glyph problems as a worksheet, anchor activity, or as a gallery walk. This activity is great for GT extension, differentiation, or early finishers.
Let students work individually or as partners. Have students solve on the paper, scratch paper, or on dry erase boards.
Have them do all the work and then give them a blank piece of paper to do the illustrations. You can go over it before they draw or do a
quick check for understanding from their drawings.
They can always take it home to finish their
pictures. Let students use their creativity to
complete their artwork.
Look for my other math glyphs. Look at the Snowman Glyph for a full example of how the glyphs work.