Craftivity - Geometry Monster Glyph

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

I wanted to share with you a fantastic FREEBIE that I recently used with my kiddos at the end of our geometry unit

This Geometry Monster Glyph: Craftivity, comes from Melissa at More Time 2 Teach.

I LOVE glyphs! I am so happy to have found a glyph that is geared toward older students  - and one that ties in perfectly with our geometry unit! 

I gave this craftivity to my kiddos as a performance task. They had a blast, didn't even realize it was an assessment, and I was able to see how well they understood the concepts taught in math! 



About this Product:
Need a fun activity to end your Geometry Unit? If so, then this might be just what you're looking for. With this Geometry Monster Glyph craftivity your students will have a blast creating their very own unique monsters all while reviewing geometrical terms learned in class.

This activity reviews the following:
*polygon vs. not a polygon
*different types of polygons (ie: triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and octagons)
*closed shape vs. open shape
*isosceles and equilateral triangles
*acute, obtuse, right, and straight angles
*intersecting and parallel lines

This craftivity can be used to review, assess, as a center activity, or for small group work... just to name a few!

Thanks so much to Melissa at More Time 2 Teach for creating and sharing this amazing freebie! 

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