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Spring Book Companions Growing Bundle | Character Traits Activities

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    Description

    Want a fun kit of spring book companions for teaching character traits? Save 40% off this spring bundle which includes 21 book companions for: 'Tops and Bottoms' by Janet Stevens, 'Frog and Toad are Friends' by Arnold Lobel, 'How to Catch the Easter Bunny' by Adam Wallace, and 'Bunny Trouble' by Hans Wilhelm! These differentiated activities will help teach your students to infer character traits, identify physical traits of characters, expand their vocabulary and analyse characters in the story. This spring book companions bundle has everything you need to cater to your students' needs including: no prep printables, cut and paste worksheets, sorting activities, graphic organizers, anchor charts, task cards and character traits games. Digital Boom Cards are included for 'Bunny Trouble,' 'Tops and Bottoms,' and 'How to Catch the Easter Bunny.' More Boom decks will be added soon!

    Product Use

    ♥ Literacy centers

    ♥ Morning work

    ♥ Assessment

    ♥ Homework

    ♥ Book companion

    ♥ Novel study

    Click on the product covers above for preview of each product.

    Differentiated Tops and Bottoms Character Trait Activities

    Tops and Bottoms activities consists of a variety of no prep cut and paste worksheets, writing activities, wanted posters, roll a die game and anchor charts, which provides students with additional practice to review character traits and physical traits of the Bear and the Hare. Tops and Bottoms book companion will also provide students with the opportunity to find evidence in the text to support the character traits listed in the roll a die game.

    Differentiated 'Tops and Bottoms' Activities (Color & B/W) Include:

    ♥ Cut and paste 4 matching character traits to describe the Bears’s qualities at the beginning of the story.

    ♥ Cut and paste 4 matching character traits to describe the Bears’s qualities at the end of the story.

    ♥ Cut and paste 4 matching physical traits to describe the Bear’s appearance.

    ♥ Cut and paste 4 matching character traits to describe the qualities of the Hare throughout the story.

    ♥ Cut and paste 4 matching physical traits to describe the appearance of the Hare.

    ♥Answer sheets for cut and paste activities - you can use the answer sheets as anchor charts to display on your bulletin board, so students can refer to them whilst writing.

    ♥ Who am I activity – Write 3 character trait clues to describe the Bear. (see example provided)

    ♥ Who am I activity – Write 3 character trait clues to describe the Hare.

    ♥ Wanted Posters–There are wanted poster templates for the Bear and the Hare. Students write what the character is wanted for, and describe his physical traits (appearance). This activity enables students to be creative, and to make up a reason for why the character could be wanted. Maybe the Bear is wanted for being lazy or foolish! Brainstorm ideas with your class before students create their posters.

    ♥For students who have a good understanding about character traits and physical traits, they can use the bubble maps to write their own traits to describe the Bear and the Hare.

    ♥Roll a Die Activity - Students will roll a die and find evidence in the story to match each of the character traits. Use the templates to record the character trait and evidence. See example provided for the character trait lazy. Alternatively students could record their responses in their books or on a mini whiteboard.

    Tops and Bottoms Yes/No Character Trait Game

    This Yes/No character traits game is a book companion for 'Tops and Bottoms', and it will assist your students to make inferences about the Hare and Bear. This game will also expose students to a wide variety of vocabulary. 'Tops and Bottoms' activity can be incorporated into your literacy centers, or guided reading lessons!

    Product Use

    ♥ Game

    ♥ Literacy centers

    ♥ Early Finishers

    ♥ Assessment

    ♥ Whole class discussion

    ♥ Play with a buddy or independently

    ♥ Book Companion

    Tops and Bottoms Activity Includes:

    • 2 heading - yes/no

    • teacher instructions

    • 60 character trait cards

    • 6 character cards - Bear - beginning, middle and end of the story and the Hare at the beginning, middle and end of the story.

    'Tops and Bottoms Yes/No Character Traits Game' can be played with 1-2 players, small group or played as a whole class. To play as a group:

    •Students sit around a circular table or on the carpet. Place the headings yes and no in the middle of the circle.

    •If group of 6 students, give each student 10 character trait cards to place under the yes or no heading.

    •Students take it in turn to sort their cards under the correct heading.

    •Ask each student to provide evidence or a reason why they think the character displays that character trait or not. For example the Bear was lazy at the beginning of the story because he slept all the time.

    Option 2 - Play Corners - whole class game

    •Stick the heading yes in one corner of the room and no in another corner.

    •Teacher calls out a character trait. Students walk to the yes or no corner.

    •Select a student to give a reason why they went to the yes or no corner for that particular character trait.

    •If the students went to the wrong corner then they are out of the game.

    •Keep playing until you have a winner or small group of students who are left.

    By playing this game regularly in class students will have a deeper understanding about character traits. This game also assists the teacher with class discussions about character traits and reasons why students believe a character has a particular character trait. Answers may vary with students as they have different beliefs and personal opinions.

    Boom Cards Tops and Bottoms Character Traits

    Boom Cards Tops and Bottoms Digital task cards are a fun and interactive way for your students to identify character traits of the main character in the story. 20 Boom cards are included in this deck which accompany the story 'Tops and Bottoms' by Janet Stevens! Tops and Bottoms Boom deck is so easy to use, and students can self-check their answers as they go! This spring paperless activity is perfect for classroom use, distance learning for students, or for parents to use with their children whilst learning at home!

    Product Use

    ♥ Spring Activity

    ♥ Literacy Stations

    ♥ Distance Learning

    ♥ Home Learning

    ♥ Assessment

    ♥ Guided Reading Activity

    ♥ Early finishers

    Product Contents

    • PDF with Instructions on how to access this resource

    • 20 colored Boom Cards hosted on the site Boom Learning - On each of the task cards it includes a sentence about a character from the story. Students need to infer whether the character displayed that particular character trait or not by clicking on the yes or no button.

    Use on a Range of Devices

    • Android Tablet/Phone

    • Ipad

    • Interactive Whiteboard

    • Smartphone

    • Chromebook

    • Computer

    • Kindle Fire

    Tops and Bottoms Character Trait Sorting - Differentiated Worksheets

    This character traits sorting kit is for the story, 'Tops and Bottoms', by Janet Stevens. 'Tops and Bottoms' activities includes both character traits and physical traits cut and paste sorting activities. This kit also consists of character traits graphic organizers and worksheets to cater for students who have a good understanding about character traits & physical traits. 'Tops and Bottoms' book companion activities will help students with expanding their vocabulary, and making inferences about characters in order to sort the character traits and physical traits correctly.

    Product Use

    ♥ Literacy centers

    ♥ Morning work

    ♥ Assessment

    ♥ Homework

    ♥ Book Companion

    Tops and Bottoms Activities includes two sets of the following printables in color and black and white:

    • Cut and paste sorting worksheet – sort the Bear’s traits into physical traits (appearance) and character traits (qualities).

    • Worksheet - students list their own character traits and physical traits to describe the Bear. Students will complete the sentence. The Bear’s worst quality is…

    • Cut and paste sorting worksheet – sort the Bear’s character traits for the beginning of the story and the end of the story.

    • Worksheet - students list their own character traits to describe the Bear at the beginning of the story and the end of the story. They will then describe how the Bear changed in the story.

    • Worksheet - students list the Bear’s actions and his character traits. Students will then write about what they infer about the Bear based on his actions in the story.

    • Worksheet - students list what the Bear says in the story and his character traits. Students will then write about what they infer about the Bear based on what he says in the story.

    • Cut and paste sorting worksheet – sort the Hare’s traits into physical traits (appearance) and character traits (qualities).

    • Worksheet - students list their own character traits and physical traits to describe the Hare. Students will complete the sentence. The Hare’s worst quality is…

    • Worksheet - students list the Hare’s actions and his character traits. Students will then write about what they infer about the Hare based on his actions in the story.

    • Worksheet - students list what the Hare says in the story and his character traits. Students will then write about what they infer about the Hare based on what he says in the story.

    • Cut and paste sorting worksheet – sort the synonyms and antonyms for the character trait: lazy.

    • Cut and paste sorting worksheet – sort the synonyms and antonyms for the character trait: sly.

    • Answer sheets for all cut and paste sorting activities provided.

    Character Traits, Physical Traits & Feelings Task Cards

    Tops and Bottoms Comprehension - These task cards are designed for first grade to third grade to provide your students with practice with identifying character traits, feelings and physical traits of characters in the story. The variety of questions on the task cards will allow your students to make inferences about characters. Tops and Bottoms is by Janet Stevens, and it is the perfect spring book companion to incorporate into your guided reading lessons or literacy centers!

    Product Use

    ♥ Literacy centers

    ♥ Assessment

    ♥ Scoot

    ♥ Class discussions

    ♥ Early finishers

    Printable Task Cards & Digital Boom Cards

    Included in this bundle are printable task cards and digital Boom cards. These comprehenion task cards are designed for first grade to third grade to provide your students with practice with identifying character traits, feelings and physical traits of characters in the story, "Tops and Bottoms". These multiple choice questions will allow your students to make inferences about characters.

    Note: The task cards and Boom Cards have the same questions, but a different format.

    Printable kit consists of:

    • 2 sets of 20 multiple choice printable task cards- colored and black lined sets

    • Student response sheet

    • Answer Sheet

    Boom Cards consists of:

    • 20 slides of digital task cards hosted on Boom Learning. All cards are self-grading, and instant feedback is provided to the students!

    Devices that can be used for Boom Cards:

    • Android Tablet/Phone

    • Ipad

    • Interactive Whiteboard

    • Smartphone

    • Chromebook

    • Computer

    • Kindle Fire

    To play the Boom cards you will need internet connection, and ensure that you have updated your browser in the past three years.

    Important Information about Boom Learning℠

    With your Teachers Pay Teachers purchase, users new to Boom Learning get a three-month free trial of student progress reporting for up to 150 students. Your trial includes the ability to make up to 5 free DIY decks. You may upgrade or cancel at any time. Boom Cards play on modern browsers (released in the last three years) on interactive whiteboards, computers and tablets. Boom Cards apps are also available. Not sure if your browser is modern enough? Try a free Boom Cards deck first. When you redeem your purchase, Boom Learning opens an account for you if you do not already have one. If you do not subscribe at the end of your trial, you will be able to continue using Boom Cards with the Fast Play feature. Fast Play does not track individual progress. If you do not subscribe we will delete your student records 3 months after the expiration of the trial to protect student privacy.

    Frog and Toad are Friends - Differentiated Character Trait Activities Pack

    Character Traits Pack - Book Companion - This pack is perfect to use when undertaking a unit on character traits. Included in this pack is NO PREP cut and paste sorting worksheets, character trait & physical trait printables, bubble map activities, find the evidence worksheet, word wall cards and anchor charts (answer sheets).

    There are color and black lined versions available in this pack. The sorting activities include:

    • Teacher instructions

    • Sort the character traits and physical traits for the Frog.

    • Sort the character traits and physical traits for the Toad.

    • List the character traits and physical traits for the Frog and write what you infer about the Frog's character traits.

    • List the character traits and physical traits for the Toad and write what you infer about the Toad's character traits.

    • Sort the words into synonyms and antonyms for the word kind.

    • Find the evidence in the text to match the character traits.

    The cut and paste character trait activities and bubble maps include:

    • Cut and paste the 4 character traits to describe the Frog’s character traits.

    • Cut and paste the 4 character traits to describe the Toad's character traits.

    • Cut and paste the 4 character traits to describe the Frog’s physical traits.

    • Cut and paste the 4 character traits to describe the Toad's physical traits.

    • Bubble Map - Students write qualities inside each bubble to describe the Frog's character traits.

    • Bubble Map - Students write qualities inside each bubble to describe the Toad's character traits.

    • Bubble Map - Students write words inside each bubble to describe the Frog's physical traits.

    • Bubble Map - Students write words inside each bubble to describe the Toad's physical traits.

    Answer sheets are included for all cut and paste activities.

    Also included in this pack are bright blue sun ray word wall cards to display on your bulletin board to assist students when writing about characters in the story. The word wall cards include the following words:

    • Frog, Toad

    • Character traits - thoughtful, caring, loving, kind, friendly, persistent, dedicated, lazy, naive, positive, negative, sneaky, tricky, nice, rude, helpful, cheerful, clever, funny and silly.

    Frog and Toad are Friends Character Traits Game

    Character Traits Yes/No Game - This fun and interactive game will assist students to make inferences about characters, expand their vocabulary and consolidate their understanding of character traits.

    The game consists of:

    • 2 heading - yes/no

    • teacher instructions

    • 2 character cards - Frog and Toad

    • 60 character trait cards

    This yes/no game can be played with 1-2 players, small group or played as a whole class. To play as a group:

    •Students sit around a circular table or on the carpet. Place the headings yes and no in the middle of the circle.

    •If group of 6 students, give each student 10 character trait cards to sort under the yes or no heading.

    •Students take it in turn to select a character card (Frog or Toad) and sort their character trait cards under the correct heading.

    •Ask each student to provide evidence or a reason why they think the character displays that character trait or not.

    By playing this game regularly in class students will have a deeper understanding about character traits. This game also assists the teacher with class discussions about character traits and reasons why students believe a character has a particular character trait. Answers may vary with students as they have different beliefs and personal opinions.

    Frog and Toad are Friends Task Cards

    These task cards are designed for first grade to third grade to provide your students with practice with identifying character traits, feelings and physical traits of characters in the story, 'Frog and Toad are Friends'. These multiple choice questions will allow your students to make inferences about characters.

    Product Use

    ♥ Literacy centers

    ♥ Assessment

    ♥ Scoot

    ♥ Class discussions

    ♥ Early finishers

    The kit consists of:

    • 2 sets of 20 multiple choice task cards- colored and black lined sets

    • Student response sheet

    • Answer Sheet

    How to Catch the Easter Bunny - Character Trait Activities

    Want fun and engaging Easter activities for reviewing character traits for the popular story, How to Catch the Easter Bunny by Adam Wallace? How to Catch the Easter Bunny activities consists of a variety of no prep cut and paste worksheets, writing activities, wanted poster, roll a die game and anchor charts, which provides students with additional practice to review character traits and physical traits of the Easter Bunny. How to Catch the Easter Bunny book companion will also provide students with the opportunity to find evidence in the text to support the character traits listed in the roll a die game.

    Differentiated 'How to Catch the Easter Bunny' Activities (Color & B/W) Include:

    ♥ Cut and paste 4 matching character traits to describe the Easter Bunny’s qualities.

    ♥ Cut and paste 4 matching physical traits to describe the Easter Bunny’s appearance.

    ♥Answer sheets for cut and paste activities - you can use the answer sheets as anchor charts to display on your bulletin board, so students can refer to them whilst writing.

    ♥ Who am I activity – Write 3 character trait clues to describe the Easter Bunny. (see example provided)

    ♥ Wanted Poster – students write what the Easter Bunny is wanted for, and describe his physical traits (appearance). This activity enables students to be creative, and to make up a reason for why the Easter Bunny could be wanted. Maybe he is wanted for escaping from the traps, or for being too secretive! Brainstorm ideas with your class before students create their posters.

    ♥For students who have a good understanding about character traits and physical traits, they can use the bubble maps to write their own traits to describe the Easter Bunny.

    ♥Roll a Die Activity - Students will roll a die and find evidence in the story to match each of the character traits. Use the templates to record the character trait and evidence. See example provided for the character trait clever. Alternatively students could record their responses in their books or on a mini whiteboard.

    How to Catch the Easter Bunny Printable Task Cards & Digital Boom Cards

    Included in this bundle are printable task cards and digital Boom Cards. These task cards are designed for first grade to third grade to provide your students with practice with identifying character traits, feelings and physical traits of characters in the story, "How to Catch the Easter Bunny". These multiple choice questions will allow your students to make inferences about characters.

    Note: The task cards and Boom Cards have the same questions, but a different format.

    Printable kit consists of:

    • 2 sets of 20 multiple choice printable task cards- colored and black lined sets

    • Student response sheet

    • Answer Sheet

    Boom Cards consists of:

    • 20 slides of digital task cards hosted on Boom Learning. All cards are self-grading, and instant feedback is provided to the students!

    Devices that can be used for Boom Cards:

    • Android Tablet/Phone

    • Ipad

    • Interactive Whiteboard

    • Smartphone

    • Chromebook

    • Computer

    • Kindle Fire

    To play the Boom cards you will need internet connection, and ensure that you have updated your browser in the past three years.

    Important Information about Boom Learning℠

    With your Teachers Pay Teachers purchase, users new to Boom Learning get a three-month free trial of student progress reporting for up to 150 students. Your trial includes the ability to make up to 5 free DIY decks. You may upgrade or cancel at any time. Boom Cards play on modern browsers (released in the last three years) on interactive whiteboards, computers and tablets. Boom Cards apps are also available. Not sure if your browser is modern enough? Try a free Boom Cards deck first. When you redeem your purchase, Boom Learning opens an account for you if you do not already have one. If you do not subscribe at the end of your trial, you will be able to continue using Boom Cards with the Fast Play feature. Fast Play does not track individual progress. If you do not subscribe we will delete your student records 3 months after the expiration of the trial to protect student privacy.

    How to Catch the Easter Bunny - Character Traits Game

    This character traits activity, is perfect for teaching your students about character traits of the Easter Bunny! 'How to Catch the Easter Bunny Yes/No Game' provides practice for students to make inferences about the Easter Bunny, in order to sort the character trait cards under the yes or no headings. Great game to expand vocabulary, and incorporate into your literacy centers, or guided reading lessons!

    Contents

    • 2 heading - yes/no

    • teacher instructions

    • 48 character trait cards

    • 1 character card - Easter Bunny

    'How to Catch the Easter Bunny Yes or No Game' can be played with 1-2 players, small group or played as a whole class. To play as a group:

    •Students sit around a circular table or on the carpet. Place the headings yes and no in the middle of the circle.

    •If group of 6 students, give each student 10 character trait cards to place under the yes or no heading.

    •Students take it in turn to sort their cards under the correct heading.

    •Ask each student to provide evidence or a reason why they think the Easter-Bunny displays that character trait or not. For example the Easter Bunny was clever because he escaped from the traps.

    Option 2 - Play Corners - whole class game

    •Stick the heading yes in one corner of the room and no in another corner.

    •Teacher calls out a character trait. Students walk to the yes or no corner.

    •Select a student to give a reason why they went to the yes or no corner for that particular character trait.

    •If the students went to the wrong corner then they are out of the game.

    •Keep playing until you have a winner or small group of students who are left.

    By playing this game regularly in class students will have a deeper understanding about character traits. This game also assists the teacher with class discussions about character traits and reasons why students believe a character has a particular character trait. Answers may vary with students as they have different beliefs and personal opinions.

    Digital Boom Cards How to Catch the Easter Bunny Character Traits

    Boom Cards How to Catch the Easter Bunny Digital task cards are a fun and interactive way for your students to identify character traits of the main character in the story. 20 Boom cards are included in this deck which accompany the story 'How to Catch the Easter Bunny' by Adam Wallace! How to Catch the Easter Bunny Boom deck is so easy to use, and students can self-check their answers as they go! This Easter paperless activity is perfect for classroom use, distance learning for students, or for parents to use with their children whilst learning at home!

    Product Use

    ♥ Easter Activity

    ♥ Literacy Stations

    ♥ Distance Learning

    ♥ Home Learning

    ♥ Assessment

    ♥ Guided Reading Activity

    ♥ Early finishers

    Product Contents

    • PDF with Instructions on how to access this resource

    • 20 colored Boom Cards hosted on the site Boom Learning - On each of the task cards it includes a sentence about the Easter Bunny from the story. Students need to infer whether the Easter Bunny displayed that particular character trait or not by clicking on the yes or no button.

    Use on a Range of Devices

    • Android Tablet/Phone

    • Ipad

    • Interactive Whiteboard

    • Smartphone

    • Chromebook

    • Computer

    • Kindle Fire

    To play the Boom cards you will need internet connection, and ensure that you have updated your browser in the past three years.

    Please click on the preview to check out a small sample of the Boom Cards!

    Important Information about Boom Learning℠

    With your Teachers Pay Teachers purchase, users new to Boom Learning get a three-month free trial of student progress reporting for up to 150 students. Your trial includes the ability to make up to 5 free DIY decks. You may upgrade or cancel at any time. Boom Cards play on modern browsers (released in the last three years) on interactive whiteboards, computers and tablets. Boom Cards apps are also available. Not sure if your browser is modern enough? Try a free Boom Cards deck first. When you redeem your purchase, Boom Learning opens an account for you if you do not already have one. If you do not subscribe at the end of your trial, you will be able to continue using Boom Cards with the Fast Play feature. Fast Play does not track individual progress. If you do not subscribe we will delete your student records 3 months after the expiration of the trial to protect student privacy.

    How to Catch the Easter Bunny - Character Trait Sorting Activities

    'How to Catch the Easter Bunny' activities includes both character traits and physical traits cut and paste sorting activities. This kit also consists of character traits graphic organizers and worksheets to cater for students who have a good understanding about character traits & physical traits. 'How to Catch the Easter Bunny' book companion activities will help students with expanding their vocabulary, and making inferences about characters in order to sort the character traits and physical traits correctly.

    his pack includes two sets of the following printables in color and black and white:

    • Cut and paste sorting worksheet – sort the physical traits (appearance) and character traits (qualities) to describe the Easter Bunny.

    • Worksheet - students list their own character traits and physical traits to describe the Easter Bunny. Students will complete the sentence. The Easter Bunny's best quality is…

    • Cut and paste sorting worksheet – sort the character traits for the Easter Bunny under the yes or no heading.

    • Worksheet - students list their own character traits for the Easter Bunny under the yes or no heading. Students will write about which character trait best describes themselves.

    • Worksheet - students list the Easter Bunny’s actions and his character traits. Students will then write about what they infer about the Easter Bunny based on his actions in the story.

    • Worksheet - students list what the Easter Bunny says in the story and his character traits. Students will then write about what they infer about the Easter Bunny based on what he says in the story.

    • Cut and paste sorting worksheet – sort the synonyms and antonyms for the character trait: vain.

    • Cut and paste sorting worksheet – sort the synonyms for the character traits: clever and kind.

    • Answer sheets for all cut and paste sorting activities provided.

    Bunny Trouble Character Trait Sorting Activities

    This kit includes a variety of character traits & physical traits cut and paste activities and printables. By undertaking these activities students are expanding their vocabulary and making inferences about characters in order to sort the character traits correctly.

    This pack includes two sets of the following printables in color and black and white:

    • Teacher instructions

    • Cut and paste sorting worksheet – sort the character traits for Ralph and Liza.

    • Worksheet - students list their own character traits to describe Ralph and Liza. They also write a sentence about Liza’s best quality.

    • Cut and paste sorting worksheet – sort Ralph’s traits into character traits (qualities) and physical traits (appearance).

    • Worksheet - students list their own character traits and physical traits to describe Ralph. They also write a sentence about Ralph’s best quality.• Cut and paste sorting worksheet – sort the mother’s traits into character traits (qualities) and physical traits (appearance).

    • Worksheet - students list their own character traits and physical traits to describe the mother. They also write a sentence about the mother’s best quality.

    • Cut and paste sorting worksheets – sort the words into synonyms and antonyms for the word: caring

    Bunny Trouble Character Traits Printables

    This product consists of a variety of cut and paste activities and no prep worksheets which provides students with additional practice to review character traits and physical traits of the main characters in the story. These activities are a great book companion for the story, "Bunny Trouble," by Hans Wilhelm.

    Product includes differentiated worksheets in color and black lined:

    ♥ Teacher instructions

    ♥ Cut and paste worksheets - students cut and paste the character traits for Ralph, Liza and Ralph's mother.

    ♥ Cut and paste worksheets - students cut and paste the physical traits for Ralph, Liza and Ralph's mother.

    ♥ Bubble map activities - students write their own character traits to describe the qualities of Ralph, Liza and Ralph's mother.

    ♥ Bubble map activities - students write their own physical traits to describe the appearance of Ralph, Liza and Ralph's mother.

    ♥ Answer sheets for cut and paste activities - you can use the answer sheets as anchor charts to display on your bulletin board, so students can refer to them whilst writing.

    Digital Boom Cards Bunny Trouble Character Traits, Physical Traits & Feelings

    Bunny Trouble Digital task cards are a fun and interactive way for your students to identify character traits, physical traits and feelings of characters in the story. Included in this deck are 20 Boom Cards! This Boom deck accompanies the story, "Bunny Trouble," by Hans Wilhelm. It is so easy to use, and students can self-check their answers as they go! This paperless activity is perfect for Easter activities, distance learning, or for parents to use with their children whilst learning at home!

    Product Use

    ♥ Easter Activity

    ♥ Distance Learning

    ♥ Home Learning

    ♥ Assessment

    ♥ Guided Reading Activity

    ♥ Early finishers

    Product Contents

    • PDF with Instructions on how to access this resource

    • 20 colored Boom Cards hosted on the site Boom Learning - variety of multiple choice questions and sorting activities to review character traits, physical traits and feelings of characters in the story.

    Use on a Range of Devices

    • Android Tablet/Phone

    • Ipad

    • Interactive Whiteboard

    • Smartphone

    • Chromebook

    • Computer

    • Kindle Fire

    To play the Boom cards you will need internet connection, and ensure that you have updated your browser in the past three years.

    Please click on the preview to check out a small sample of the Boom Cards!

    ***After purchasing this product, simply download the PDF which contains a link to the digital task cards on the Boom Learning Site.**

    Important Information about Boom Learning℠

    With your Teachers Pay Teachers purchase, users new to Boom Learning get a three-month free trial of student progress reporting for up to 150 students. Your trial includes the ability to make up to 5 free DIY decks. You may upgrade or cancel at any time. Boom Cards play on modern browsers (released in the last three years) on interactive whiteboards, computers and tablets. Boom Cards apps are also available. Not sure if your browser is modern enough? Try a free Boom Cards deck first. When you redeem your purchase, Boom Learning opens an account for you if you do not already have one. If you do not subscribe at the end of your trial, you will be able to continue using Boom Cards with the Fast Play feature. Fast Play does not track individual progress. If you do not subscribe we will delete your student records 3 months after the expiration of the trial to protect student privacy.

    Bunny Trouble Yes or No Character Trait Game

    Character Traits Yes/No Game is a fun and interactive game, it will assist students to make inferences about characters, expand their vocabulary and consolidate their understanding of character traits.

    This yes/no game can be played with 1-2 players or played as a whole class. To play the game you select a character card and a character trait card. You then sort the character trait card under the correct heading. For example if I selected the character Ralph, and the character trait active I would place the character trait card active under the yes heading. (see preview for example). I then select 7 more character traits and place it under the correct heading: yes or no. Once player 1 has had their turn they return the cards to the bottom of the piles and then it is player 2's turn.

    The game consists of:

    • 2 heading - yes/no

    • teacher instructions

    • 3 character cards - Ralph, Liza and the mother.

    • 48 character trait cards

    By playing this game regularly in class students will have a deeper understanding about character traits. This game also assists the teacher with class discussions about character traits and reasons why students believe a character has a particular character trait. Answers may vary with students as they have different beliefs and personal opinions.

    Digital Boom Cards Bunny Trouble Characters Traits

    Boom Cards Bunny Trouble Digital task cards are a fun and interactive way for your students to identify character traits of characters in the story. 20 Boom cards are included in this deck which accompany the story Bunny Trouble by Hans Wilhelm! Bunny Trouble Boom deck is so easy to use, and students can self-check their answers as they go! This Easter paperless activity is perfect for classroom use, distance learning for students, or for parents to use with their children whilst learning at home!

    Product Use

    ♥ Easter Activity

    ♥ Literacy Stations

    ♥ Distance Learning

    ♥ Home Learning

    ♥ Assessment

    ♥ Guided Reading Activity

    ♥ Early finishers

    Product Contents

    • PDF with Instructions on how to access this resource

    • 20 colored Boom Cards hosted on the site Boom Learning - On each task card includes a sentence about a character in the story. Students need to infer whether the character displayed that particular character trait or not by clicking on the yes or no button.

    Use on a Range of Devices

    • Android Tablet/Phone

    • Ipad

    • Interactive Whiteboard

    • Smartphone

    • Chromebook

    • Computer

    • Kindle Fire

    To play the Boom cards you will need internet connection, and ensure that you have updated your browser in the past three years.

    Bunny Trouble Word Wall Cards & Writing Activities

    This pack consists of 28 brightly colored blue word wall cards including the characters and character traits for the popular story, 'Bunny Trouble' by Hans Wilhelm. Students can use these cards when writing about characters in the story or for descriptive writing. Also included is two sets of 10 writing worksheets to assist students when writing about character traits and physical traits of characters. One set has smaller lines whilst the other set has bigger lines. Please see the preview for an example.

    Great to use for:

    ♥Literacy Centers

    ♥Display cards on bulletin board

    ♥Character study

    ♥Writing Activities

    ♥Early Finishers

    How to use cards in class: Display on bulletin board in class where students can visibly see the cards whilst writing. The cards can be used for:

    * listing character traits

    * descriptive writing

    * creative writing

    * constructing sentences

    * Word Study - looking at synonyms and antonyms of character traits.

    * Graphic organizers - create Venn diagrams - comparing characters

    * Wanted Posters of characters

    This character traits kit also includes the following writing papers

    * Write the character traits of Ralph, Liza and the mother.

    * Write the physical traits of Ralph, Liza and the mother.

    * Write and draw a character who was active

    * Write and draw a character who was persistent.

    * Write and draw a character who was mischievous.

    * Write and draw a character who was caring.

    * Note - two sets available for above writing activities with smaller and bigger writing lines.

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    Total Pages
    433 pages & 120 slides in Boom Cards
    Answer Key
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    Teaching Duration
    N/A
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