Use these character cards to create a positive classroom culture at the beginning of the school year. In a game much like the classic “21 Questions,” students use critical thinking as they walk around the classroom asking one another questions in order to guess the characters from classic and young adult literature named on the cards on their backs. Each card has information on the character to help students respond to the questions.
This 28-page resource includes:
-list of characters
-printable (in color or black-and-white) cards with a selection of 40 different characters (from these titles: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
, To Kill a Mockingbird
, Romeo and Juliet
, The Hunger Games
, and The Outsiders
-blank template cards for additional desired characters
If you like this team-builder activity, you may be interested in these other engaging activities:
Team Builder with Famous Authors
Meaningful and Memorable English Language Arts by ©OCBeachTeacher
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