Character Bubbles will have your students thinking critically about what characters think and say! These response sheets will challenge your kiddos right where they are to think deeply about characters.
What you'll get:
- 3 prompts (your choice of 4 characters for each prompt)
-Prompt 1: Think about the book or story you are reading. Show three thoughts of your character.
-Prompt 2: Think about the book or story you are reading. Create three thoughts that could be “running through the mind” of your character
-Prompt 3:Think about the book or story you are reading. Create two things that a character in the story might say.
Suggestions for Classroom Use:
-Literature Circle Response
-Guided Reading Response
-Reading Workshop Response
-Independed Reading Response
-Literacy/Reading Work Station
-Cooperative Learning Groups
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