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Football Math Goofy Glyph is an activity where students can hone their abilities in mathematics while putting together a fun art project that you can showcase on your classroom wall. Whether your students answer the questions right or wrong will dictate the way their glyphs look in this potentially silly glyph. They will end up with a boy or girl football player ready for the game or a seriously silly football player complete with diamond golf pants and fishing hat! The math problems are designed for children in 1st grade and are aligned with the Common Core standards for the first grade.
This is a great activity to during football season or around Super Bowl weekend.
The Common Core standard covered: 1.OA.6 - Addition and subtraction within 20
At the back of this booklet are templates that your students can use to help design their glyphs; otherwise, they can choose to create their own artwork.
Also, at the back of a book is a graph that you can use to visually see how the students all view different questions from the glyph. Finally, there is a lined football themed page that you can use for your students to write their own football story.
All artwork is original and created by myself.
Thanks for stopping by my store, Yvonne Crawford
Who is it for?
1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
Aspiring musicians & artists
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I homeschooled my own children for seven years which was one of the most rewarding things I have done. I also taught at both the elementary and high school levels. I also taught English as a Second Language for several years at schools in France, Hungary, and Slovakia.
I like to engage students and find creative ways for students to have fun while they are learning. I definitely encourage students to use their creativity and dare to be wrong and try new things in their pursuit of knowledge.