How to Make a Snowman Glyph

Students continued to do their Reading and Writing workshop. They also spent time reading books together with their teacher. They practiced writing these high frequency words: eachsaidtherewhenhowwere, and your.

In Math, they worked on Addition 6-10, Word Problems, and Counting by 5s from 5 to 50.

Kindergartners had a wonderful week creating Christmas crafts! We read “Snow Happy To Be Here” by Cheryl Hawkinson and the students worked on a wonderful project called a “Snowman Glyph.” Glyphs are always exciting because their projects turned out so differently from one other.

To create their snowman glyph, each student had to answer these questions:

1. Do you like snow? Yes = 3 circles,  No = 2 circles.

2. How many people in your family? Add a button for each member of your family. For example: 5 people = 5 buttons.

3. Are you a boy or a girl? Girl = ribbon scarf, Boy = tissue scarf.

4. Have you met a snowman yet this year? Yes = carrot nose to the right, No  = carrot nose to the left.

5. What is your favorite color? Add a hat in your favorite color.

6. What do you like to do? Add arms and draw something in them that you like to do (e.g., a soccer ball).

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