Glyphs are a fun way for students to let us know about themselves. This reading inventory glyph helps other students (and teachers) find out about what the creator likes to read. To make it even more fun, the graphic is shaped like the a spring kite.
Questions include: How many books do you read in a month? How many hours do you spend on the computer each day? Do you like to read? Do you like the computer? Draw a picture of your favorite book.
The worksheets include the student glyph with graphic and two pages of questions and answers that students use to create their glyph. The two question pages are colorful and suitable for display on a bulletin board as well.
I have used this activity with students from Kindergarten to 3rd grade. It's perfect for use in a library in March or April.
If you enjoy this, please check my store for the Cat in the Hat Mystery Picture. You can also find many more Dr. Seuss worksheets and activities including book reports and more mystery pictures.
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All activities are student tested and teacher approved!
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