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Character Traits or use to describe Historical person.  Student to draw what they think person looks like and write sentences to describe and explain.

Hi all! The big day is Tuesday! That's my first day back with my little sweeties. I'm getting excited and nervous. Yeah, can you believe after all these years of teaching I still get excited and nervous! I'm starting again this year with 30 firsties and I'm sure it will increase. I guess I should be used to it but I don't think I ever will. I thought I'd share with everyone some little tools I print to have on hand when I'm working in guided reading with my kiddos. I print several copies and…

Workin on a character I designed for a project being co-directed by nateswinehart! So much fun to do, but drawing these always makes my face sore from mimicking the expressions along the way :P

Workin on a character I designed for a project being co-directed by nateswinehart! So much fun to do, but drawing these always makes my face sore from mimicking the expressions along the way :P

A list of both positive character traits and negative character traits - both provided in color and black & white.  Enjoy!See how I use this resource for student birthdays at this blog post.*******************************************************************Connect with me to see my products in action:Teaching Maddeness BlogTeacher's Clubhouse on FacebookAmanda's InstagramAmanda on Pinterest*******************************************************************By downloading a file, you are ag...

Description A list of both positive character traits and negative character traits - both provided in color and black & white. Enjoy! See how I use this resource for student birthdays at this blog post. ******************************************************************* Connect with me to see my products in action: Teaching Maddeness Blog Teacher's Clubhouse on Facebook Amanda's Instagram Amanda on Pinterest ******************************************************************* By downloading a…

I would give my students a sheet with character traits, and their heads would spin trying to locate a word amongst the sea of words! So this chart will hopefully help students organize their thinking when selecting a character trait. Traits are arranged in alphabetical order in the following categories: nice/mean/sad, confident/nervous, and does a lot/does very little.

Description I would give my students a sheet with character traits, and their heads would spin trying to locate a word amongst the sea of words! So this chart will hopefully help students organize their thinking when selecting a character trait. Traits are arranged in alphabetical order in the following categories: nice/mean/sad, confident/nervous, and does a lot/does very little. The rest of the categories are partially alphabetical and having a corresponding opposite. Common Core…

#free #character traits worksheet- click through for book recommendations for teaching character traits

Understanding characters is an essential part of reading comprehension, so today I’m going to share part one in a two part post on how to teach character traits. Watch the Facebook live video about this topic here. (Click here to skip to part two.) Like many lessons, I start with a hook. I ask my students to partner up…

I need help with drawing the body - Full Of Surprises! | perimarine

I need help with drawing the body It’s all about body type and how you want your character to be portrayed. I’m not too sure if you are referring to the body types of SU but these were a few...

How to Teach Character Analysis Using Body Biographies | Have you been searching for a really fun, student-centered, interactive way to eliminate their boredom? Here is a student-collaboration activity that will get your students involved and excited for a character analysis for any novel, biography study, mythology, current events, creative writing, and character development. For grades 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Middle School ELA | High School English #middleschoolteacher #highschoolenglish

Are your students disinterested and tired of the traditional ways of learning characterization? Have you been searching for a really fun, student-centered, interactive way to eliminate their boredom? Well, look no further! I present to you a wonderful student-collaboration activity that will get your students involved and excited for a character analysis for any novel, ... Read more