Remember coloring pages where you had to color in each of the numbers or letters using a key to color certain areas or coloring books that were filled with color-by-numbers? Believe it or not, these pages were a type of glyph.
|Bunny Glyph with Questions|
For Easter I have created a bunny glyph. Not only is it a type of graph, but it is also an excellent activity for reading and following directions. Students finish a rabbit using eight specific categories. At the end of the activity is a completed bunny glyph which the students are to "read" and answer the questions. Reading the completed glyph and interpreting the information represented is a skill that requires deeper thinking by the student. Students must be able to analyze the information presented in visual form. A glyph such as this one is very appropriate to use in the data management strand of mathematics.
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