A descriptive character is fun for any reader! Visual character descriptions and traits can help the reader “see” the character. This resource includes activities that include drawing and writing stories using suggested character traits and descriptions.
Activity Set # 1 (slides 3-9)
Drawing characters can be fun! Students will read a short paragraph and then draw a picture of the character/scene.
Topics include: Color Red, Beach Day, Lunch Time, My Teacher, Candy Store, Dance Recital, Birthday Party
Activity Set # 2 (slides 10-16)
Students will write about character descriptions. They are given a character trait and have to draw a picture and tell a story about their character.
Topics include: Angry, Surprised, Afraid, Cheerful, Confused, Energetic, Dishonest
Activity Set # 3 (slides 17-18)
A boy or girl character map that can be used with any story.
Activity Set # 4 (slides 19-23)
Students will circle descriptive/trait words that relate to the character in the picture. Then they will write a story abut that character using some of the character traits they circled.
Click HERE for Character Description and Traits
Click HERE for Context Clues
Click HERE for Cause and Effect
Click HERE for Fact and Opinion
Click HERE for Compare and Contrast
Click HERE for the READING SKILLS BUNDLE- Includes all 5 resources above!
Click HERE for Story Sequence
Click HERE for Alphabetical Order
Click HERE for Problem and Solution
Click HERE for Author’s Purpose
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