Glyphs: A Different Approach: Elementary
There are many uses for glyphs. They are often used for students to share information about themselves. While the glyphs are being created, students are engaged with other topics such as counting, literacy, geometric shapes, etc.

A traditional snowman glyph legend and template is included.

Extending the idea of “reading” a glyph and connecting it to problem solving creates some interesting and rich tasks for students. The following set of glyphs can be used in centers or during instruction to help develop students’ observation skills, logical reasoning and problem-solving skills.

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Created: Jan 14, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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