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Point of View Center (Winter)

Point of View Center (Winter)
Point of View Center (Winter)
Point of View Center (Winter)
Point of View Center (Winter)
Point of View Center (Winter)
Point of View Center (Winter)
Point of View Center (Winter)
Point of View Center (Winter)
Product Description
When teaching point of view, I always start by teaching my students that not only do all of us have our own opinions, but characters in stories do too. We practice by simply identifying whose point of view is which. I created this simple, hands on matching activity to help with this concept.

Students read 8 short stories, each of which is from a character discussing his/her/its point of view about winter. Students then match the story to the character picture and record their answers on the recording sheet. An anchor chart and directions sheet are included as well. I hope you like it!

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Total Pages
15 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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