Glyphs for All Reasons

Elementary schoolers discover a new way to display data called a "glyph." Paper plates and crayons display data in response to questions posed by the teacher, such as: "Draw a radish for each year of your age," and, "If you walk to school, draw some blueberries on your plate." Once finished, students get into groups and share their glyphs.

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Visual & Performing Arts
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Project-Based Learning
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