Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Graduation Glyphs (A Fun End of the Year Activity)

Go get on the elliptical . . . do a blog post . . . fold laundry . . . do a blog post . . . go to bed and sleep until Friday . . . do a blog post.  Hmm, I guess I better do a blog post.
I'm not quite sure what has happened this spring, but finding time to fit everything in has been impossible.  But I've challenged myself to a fifteen minute post tonight, so that I can still get in a workout before bed.
So here goes.
What have we been up to this week?  Well, considering it's our last full week of school (please don't hate me).  We've been assessing, reviewing, and working in a couple of keepsake projects.  Today we made our Graduation Glyphs.  I love how they turned out.  They will be perfect to decorate our room for the next few days.

I am a huge fan of glyphs.  I love being able to mix math and art together into one creative little package.
My Graduation Glyph packet is available at my Teachers Pay Teachers store.  It includes a ready to copy pattern, glyph keys, a data collection printable, and a end of the year memory mini book printable.
Tomorrow we will start work on the companion end of the year memory book.  Students will complete them with a combination of personal information and data collected from our glyphs.
If you are interested in finding out more about this end of the year activity, be sure to click on the picture below.

Okay, it looks like my fifteen minutes are up.  Wow, that went fast!
Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you have a great rest of your week.
Best.

2 comments:

  1. Well I would never hate you but I AM jealous:). We have another six weeks to go.
    I love doing glyphs, too. Those are VERY cute!

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