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This product provides lesson plans (with mentor text suggestions and anchor chart examples), graphic organizers, posters, bulletin board set, and how-to lesson for producing character trait Pic collages. If you like this product check out: Book Review Project Lessons Plans & Anchor chart ideas
Use this worksheet as a fun activity to teach character traits! Students will write four traits with evidence to back up their claim, then they can draw a selfie of themselves! Students love this concept! This can be used as a center or whole group activity and looks great on display!
This is a great activity to introduce your students to physical vs. character traits... by focusing on describing who they know best- themselves! Students will brainstorm and list their physical traits, and then provide their character traits and evidence to support each trait. Next, they will ill
This is a wonderful step by step portrait project that has character worksheets, descriptions and practice pages. God created us in His image. He made each of us unique and special and placed us here on earth with a purpose.Grades 4th-8th3 to 4-day project (45 minutes a day)Learning Objectives• Disc
Everyone loves to take selfies! This is a great activity where students can draw and describe a character through their traits. I love the fact that they have to show their evidence to prove why they think the character has that trait.
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Grades:
3rd - 6th
This is a digital assignment to asses/help students identify physical and personality traits of themselves. This product: is editable is a google slide assignment
Grades:
1st - 4th
A fun project for teaching character traits! Completely editable resource using google slides. Students will pick a character from a book and decide on three character traits they could describe them with. They will have to explain why they describe the character with the trait and they get to draw
Students choose 3 physical traits and 3 personality traits to describe themselves. They use thoughts, dialogue, and actions to support their chosen personality traits. Students will draw a picture of themselves in the phone and include their traits in the picture
Grades:
2nd - 5th
This character trait selfie template is formatted like Instagram. Perfect for teaching/reviewing character traits!
Grades:
3rd - 9th
Students can compare a story character's traits to themselves while providing evidence to support their given traits.
As a follow up to character traits, have your students create their own spooktacular selfie in which they provide character traits and reasoning.
Grades:
PreK - 5th
This is a great resource for students that are learning about character traits through story elements. They can add a selfie then copy and paste their own traits to themselves!
Kiddos will love this engaging "Back to School" activity, and the outcome will be a great bulletin board display! This activity includes: * a horizontal bulletin board sign that's titled: "Let Me Take/Draw a Selfie" * 2 differentiated "selfie" worksheets that will require illustration and written
making inferenceschristmas, christmas activitiesPart of a HUGE December bundle, at 45% off for a limited time. Please click here for a look: December/Christmas Activities BUNDLE: 8 packs in one!Making inferences is hard for little ones, but this fun, adorable PPT is sure to make it a whole lot easie
This product is now Google Ready for a Google 1:1 Compatible or traditional classroom environment! What would Marco Polo send to his Instagram followers? What would Leonardo Da Vinci, or Thomas Jefferson post? For Language Arts, what would Katnis or Peeta from the Hunger Games be posting? This is a
Teaching students to analyze a character is crucial to their reading comprehension of fiction texts. These reading crafts are fresh, hands on and unique fiction activities for having students analyze a character. It is an alternative to reading response that will help you to reach all learners in y
Emoji Synonym Selfie on the iPad using the free app Pic Collage. Easily integrate this low prep Emoji iPad® mobile digital device activity into your classroom. Students will first use a Dictionary app to find synonyms for worn-out describing words. Next students will take a selfie, insert the selfi
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1st - 4th
Character Selfie allows your students to list external and internal character traits of the main character in the story of their choice! It also allows students to be creative and come up with an "app" to represent 4 of the 5 internal traits!
This activity is FUN, current, engaging, and easy to teach. First, students read a one-page informational text cloze reading. Then, students analyze the Seventeen Article Constitution primary source he wrote to determine his values and learn about his Confucian/Buddhist influences. Lastly, as a home
This Character Analysis Character Traits Craftivity and Printables/Worksheet includes craft templates (phone selfie) and a variety of printables that can be paired with the craft or used as a stand alone worksheet. Download the preview for a full look at what is included.After reading any selected r
Fun End of the Year Activity: Smile! It's a Selfie – All About Me/Character Study Activity: An activity to share all about students, book characters, and historical figures! What makes you...you? Have fun in the classroom with this student-focused activity! Students will have fun drawing themselves
This is a wonderful tool to use for a character analysis assessment or simply as a character project. Students enjoy getting to illustrate a character while using critical analyzing skills to really evaluate the character. Students are asked to analyze a character by naming three character traits
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Not Grade Specific
I made this to go along with the Peter Pan module, Lesson 7, but it could be used for any character analysis. Students will write a character trait, character motivation and character action, plus use evidence from the text for each one. Then they can draw a selfie of that character in the box. Ha
Grades:
3rd - 6th
Have you read The Christmas Selfie Contest by Rosie Greening? Oh my goodness! It is a must read in ANY age classroom around Christmas! The author teaches students that working together as a team is better than doing things alone! The vocabulary is amazing! I have created a book study that will hel

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