Turkey Glyph<br />
Graphs & Glyphs<br />We use graphs to look at information<br /> we have collected.<br />                - Bar 			   - Pie ...
Some Cool Glyphs!<br />
Let’s Look at  a Glyph…<br />
Glyphs  tell a story….<br />This is a turkey glyph.<br />Today you will make one in class.<br />Each glyph is unique – and...
Step 1:  Turkey  Pieces<br />First,  Make sure you have all the pieces:<br />
Step 2:  Turkey  Body<br />  Next, choose the color for your body:<br />Light Brown = I like light meat <br />Brown = I li...
Step 3:  Turkey  Body<br /><ul><li>Trace the large circle for the body.
  Trace the small circle for  the head.
  Cut out each circle.</li></li></ul><li>Step 4:  Turkey  Feet<br />Next, choose the color for your feet:<br /><ul><li>Yel...
Red = I am NOT going away for Thanksgiving</li></li></ul><li>Step 5: Turkey Eyes<br />Use the pattern and cut out 2 white ...
Step 6:  Turkey  Beak<br />Now use the BEAK pattern and cut out a beak.<br /><ul><li>Use the full pattern for OPENED.
Use the pattern folded in half for CLOSED.</li></ul>OPENED = We eat in the KITCHEN<br />CLOSED = We eat in the DINING ROOM...
Use the WATTLE pattern and choose the color that  matches your gravy preference: <br /><ul><li>  RED = I like GRAVY
 ORANGE – I do NOT like GRAVY!</li></ul>Step 7:  Turkey  Wattle<br />
Using the feather pattern, make 1-2 feathers<br />of EACH color for  foods you LIKE TO EAT<br />YELLOW = Corn<br />BROWN =...
More Turkey  Feathers…<br /><ul><li>TAN = Rolls
 RED = Cranberries
PINK = Applesauce
LT. GREEN = Apple Pie</li></li></ul><li>Step 8:  Making the Turkey<br /><ul><li>   Put turkey body in the middle of blue p...
 Place feathers behind body – remove body.</li></li></ul><li>Step 9:  Making the Turkey<br /><ul><li>  Arrange the feather...
 Using the body as a guide to make sure there is space for turkey feet below.</li></li></ul><li>Step 10:  More Turkey…<br ...
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Elementary school glyph for Thanksgiving - turkey with feathers - students chooses feathers and other parts based on their preferences ie. yellow = corn, white = mashed potatoes, red = cranberries, open eyes = like pumpkin pie, etc.

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Turkey glyph - Thanksgiving Art Project

  1. 1. Turkey Glyph<br />
  2. 2. Graphs & Glyphs<br />We use graphs to look at information<br /> we have collected.<br /> - Bar - Pie Chart<br />Glyphs– graph that uses pictures to show information <br />
  3. 3. Some Cool Glyphs!<br />
  4. 4. Let’s Look at a Glyph…<br />
  5. 5. Glyphs tell a story….<br />This is a turkey glyph.<br />Today you will make one in class.<br />Each glyph is unique – and yours may look very different.<br />It is very important for you to L-I-S-T-E-N as I go through each step.<br />
  6. 6. Step 1: Turkey Pieces<br />First, Make sure you have all the pieces:<br />
  7. 7. Step 2: Turkey Body<br /> Next, choose the color for your body:<br />Light Brown = I like light meat <br />Brown = I like dark meat<br />White = I don’t eat turkey<br />
  8. 8. Step 3: Turkey Body<br /><ul><li>Trace the large circle for the body.
  9. 9. Trace the small circle for the head.
  10. 10. Cut out each circle.</li></li></ul><li>Step 4: Turkey Feet<br />Next, choose the color for your feet:<br /><ul><li>Yellow= I am going away for Thanksgiving
  11. 11. Red = I am NOT going away for Thanksgiving</li></li></ul><li>Step 5: Turkey Eyes<br />Use the pattern and cut out 2 white ovals for the eyes.<br />Using a marker draw the eyes:<br /> OPENED= if you will eat PUMPKIN PIE.<br />CLOSED= if you will NOT eat PUMPKIN PIE!<br />
  12. 12. Step 6: Turkey Beak<br />Now use the BEAK pattern and cut out a beak.<br /><ul><li>Use the full pattern for OPENED.
  13. 13. Use the pattern folded in half for CLOSED.</li></ul>OPENED = We eat in the KITCHEN<br />CLOSED = We eat in the DINING ROOM<br />
  14. 14. Use the WATTLE pattern and choose the color that matches your gravy preference: <br /><ul><li> RED = I like GRAVY
  15. 15. ORANGE – I do NOT like GRAVY!</li></ul>Step 7: Turkey Wattle<br />
  16. 16. Using the feather pattern, make 1-2 feathers<br />of EACH color for foods you LIKE TO EAT<br />YELLOW = Corn<br />BROWN = Stuffing<br />GREEN = Green Beans<br />ORANGE = Sweet Potatoes<br />WHITE = Mashed Potatoes<br />There’s more…<br />Step 7: Turkey Feathers<br />
  17. 17. More Turkey Feathers…<br /><ul><li>TAN = Rolls
  18. 18. RED = Cranberries
  19. 19. PINK = Applesauce
  20. 20. LT. GREEN = Apple Pie</li></li></ul><li>Step 8: Making the Turkey<br /><ul><li> Put turkey body in the middle of blue paper (do not glue yet).
  21. 21. Place feathers behind body – remove body.</li></li></ul><li>Step 9: Making the Turkey<br /><ul><li> Arrange the feathers and then glue to blue paper.
  22. 22. Using the body as a guide to make sure there is space for turkey feet below.</li></li></ul><li>Step 10: More Turkey…<br /><ul><li> Add the head – and glue on over body and feathers.
  23. 23. Glue the two feet UNDER the body.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li> Glue on the WATTLE and the BEAK.
  24. 24. Remember some BEAKS will be open!</li></ul>Step 11: Turkey Face…<br />
  25. 25. Step 12: The better to see you…<br /><ul><li> Glue on the EYES – be sure to draw your eyes OPEN or CLOSED.</li></li></ul><li>Step 13: Turkey Finale…<br /><ul><li> Your TURKEY is DONE!!!</li></li></ul><li>Step 14: Clean up…<br /><ul><li>Please clean up your area!!!</li></li></ul><li>Step 14: Have a….<br />HAPPY THANKSGIVING<br />

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