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Task Cards: Character or Setting of a Story?

Task Cards:  Character or Setting of a Story?
Task Cards:  Character or Setting of a Story?
Task Cards:  Character or Setting of a Story?
Task Cards:  Character or Setting of a Story?
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Students will complete the Task Cards: Character or Setting of a Story? The task cards can be used to review characters and setting of a story. Place the task cards in your literacy stations so students can work on them individually. There are 40 task cards plus a cover and a direction card.

Characters of a story include: Jane, Snoopy, Cinderella, The Frog Prince, Anna, dragon, Timothy, Superman, Pinky and Rex, Lola, horse, baker, Julius, an American boy, Kitty the cat, The Three Little Pigs, Frosty the Snowman, clown, Curious George, and The King and Queen.

Setting of a story include: school, a sandy beach, castle, Saturday night, park, house, garden, on a bus, forest, Tuesday morning, at the lake, on a farm, in the woods, Thursday afternoon, under a tree, library, a haunted house, bakery, island, and circus.

An answer key is also provided. This activity is brought to you by "PRECIOUS ITEMS."
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29
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Task Cards:  Character or Setting of a Story?
Task Cards:  Character or Setting of a Story?
Task Cards:  Character or Setting of a Story?
Task Cards:  Character or Setting of a Story?