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Character Traits: A Lesson for Upper Elementary Students

Teach upper elementary students about character traits by having them analyze their characters' feelings, actions, thoughts, and dialogue within the story. This blog post contains everything you need for a complete character traits lesson... for free! The reading passages on the anchor chart, the sentence strip activity, and the interactive notebook foldable are all free!

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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…

All Things Character Traits - Hillary's Teaching Adventures

I feel like by the time students get to 4th grade, they are OVER Character Traits. However, knowing what Character Traits are doesn’t prepare them for the types of characters or the way traits are “shown” in 4th grade text. This week, we are diving in deep with character, their traits, inferred traits, and the […]

100 Character Traits Free Printable PDF List. Help students analyze characters with this free printable list of character traits!

100 Character Traits Free Printable PDF List. Help students analyze characters with this free printable list of character traits!

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Rosa Parks Activities - Literacy Stations
Let's focus on self-love! This file contains activities to help students reflect on and identify the ways they love themselves. Have your students ever written a love letter to themselves? Do you ask your students to recognize their own positive character traits? Though this is appropriate for any time of year, it is particularly timely around Valentine's Day when we focus on loving each other. This was created for 2nd-5th grade but could be adapted for other grade levels. #selflove
Deborah Burns has taken the classic nursery rhyme and made it new again with THE 7 DAYS. This baby book is perfect for new mommies and their babies. It is a great way to learn about baby's milestones and character traits. The 7 days are: sun, moon, star, bird, fish, bear, and tree. Learn more about THE 7 DAYS at deborahburnsauthor.com/kids
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