I am a Vintage classroom teacher located in the heartland of the United States. I have taught in small rural districts as well as in a large urban setting. Each of these settings has its own challenges and its own rewards. There has never been a year when I have not learned from my students and from fellow members of the faculty.
Today is wonderful Wednesday and I am going to share you some resources on the web regarding glyphs.
The resource I use year after year is Bioglyphs. Each child completes their bioglyph and doesn't show anyone. They lightly write their name in pencil on the back. I glue the bioglyphs to construction paper and put them up. (I ask all the teachers who work with my students and the administration to complete one also.) Then the fun begins. They try to figure who each glyph belongs to. I leave it up for open house so the parents can try to determine which one is their child's.
Here are the links to some glyph resources:
Bioglyph - (There is also a PowerPoint to use with this project)