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Character Traits Anchor Chart (blog post includes a FREEBIE and an activity idea!)

Slinky Character Trait Person - FREEBIE. Students could use this to write and share about themselves.

Slinky Character Trait Person

Free!!! Character trait word strips, worksheet and ideas!!!!

Classroom Freebies: 42 Character Education Word Strips!

TURN AND TALK 5th grade teacher shares how she sets up Turn and Talk at the beginning of the year and the benefits of using turn and talk in the CIA units of study. She includes pictures of the charts from the unit Earthquake Terror (5.1)

Turn & Talk - Read Side by Side

FREE Inferring Character Traits Through Dialogue Graphic Organizer, anchor charts, and ideas for mini-lessons!- Young Teacher Love Blog

Graphic Organizers Pack: Perfect for any book - really aligns with the Common Core!

Graphic Organizers Pack

A story without words for analyzing plot

15 Amazing Animated Short films

Activities for The Gingerbread Man Loose in the School

Inferring Character Traits Graphic Organizer & Traits Poster FREE

Inferring Character Traits Graphic Organizer & Traits Poster

Character traits list

Character Scrapbook ...analyze the characters in any book! Wow! From Scholastic

Character Scrapbook |

This character analysis sheet was created to use with the book Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon by Patty Lovell. Students will write what they learned ...

Great way to show character traits!

The Corner On Character: What Do You Stand For?

Character Profile. Comes in both boy and girl pages...Great for second and third grades!

Permanently Primary: Focus Wall and a Freebie!

The Good Life: All About Character Traits

The Good Life: All About Character Traits

135 Character Traits in alphabetical order. Great for guided reading discussions! Includes short practice stories and a graphic organizer that can be used with any story.

Identifying Character Traits Lessons

Character and Setting worksheets. Students can design their own character and setting or re-create one from a book. Not only a good assessment, but also a great way to get started brainstorming a story!

Parts of a Story: Character and Setting Create-Your-Own Activity