Good Character Traits by AnikaandAj

The third in the Character Reference Series of mine. This one was particularly hard because most people put the same good traits in their character so I had to spend hours searching for unique ones.

Activities for Teaching Emotional Intelligence to Kids

Emotional Intelligence Activities for Kids

Adjective to Describe Personality and Character

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adjectives to describe people: boisterous

Adjective to describe people : Boisterous: Noisy and full of life and energy; active in a lively way.

Change this to "How do you think the character feels?" and hang in story corner to facilitate discussions. Might help students elaborate a little on the "good", "bad" and "sad" answers that sometimes lean on. At the bottom, add a "why do you think that" or a "how do you know" to help with inferencing.

Feeling faces are great for little ones that have a hard time finding the right word to describe their emotions. It works great with a feeling journal to help them learn what the feeling is and what the facial features might be in each situation.

Paper plate game. (Good for the last day of a group retreat.)  Sit in a circle. Each person is given a paper plate & markers. Write your name on plate and then pass left. Each person writes a note (or one positive adjective) on that person's paper plate that describes the owner of the plate. Pass the plate to the left again & continue until everyone receives their own plate back filled with encouraging messages.

(Good for the last day of school). Everyone gets their own paper plate and writes their name on it. Pass plates around and students write an adjective on it describing that person.

The table on the right offers terms most often used to describe pain.   via EANPA  -  The Edmonton (Alberta) Nerve Pain Association (EANPA) is a charitable organization incorporated as a non-profit society to support people suffering from neuropathic pain.

The table on the right offers terms most often used to describe pain. via EANPA - The Edmonton (Alberta) Nerve Pain Association (EANPA) is a charitable organization incorporated as a non-profit society to support people suffering from neuropathic pain.

Upper Grades Are Awesome: Pinterest top 10 for next school year  Adjective frames build confidence and would be great for end of year slide show.

Students must find 20 adjectives that describe themselves. Awesome Beginning of School Activity! What a great way to build a child's self esteem

Character Description - my class were confused over adjectives to describe personality and adjectives to describe appearance. We wrote appearance adjectives on arrows and personality adjectives on hearts. Then we used these words when writing wanted posters for the wolf from The Three Little Pigs.

Character Description - adjectives to describe personality and adjectives to describe appearance.

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