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Do your students need a reminder of what each point of view is? These posters provide a great visual aid! For more activities and free printables, visit my blog lifeinfifthgrade.com Happy Teaching!

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Freebie: Set of 6 Posters for Point of View Using Literature. Also included in my complete Point of View set.

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**FREEBIE** Point of View PowerPoint This resource is a great introduction to introduce first- and third-person points of view. Students will read informational passages and decide through which viewpoint the passage is written. Check out the Comparing and Contrasting Point of View Task Cards in my store!

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Freebie: Set of 6 Posters for Point of View Using Literature. Also included in my complete Point of View set for 4th/5th graders. (TpT resource)

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The point of view song from @flocabulary is my all-time favorite song. Ever. (Their video is way better than my botched rap. If you don't use Flocabulary.com in your classroom, you should definitely look into it!) #pointofview #flocabularyrocks

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This FREEBIE includes TWO original 4th/5th grade leveled reading passages and close reading activities perfectly aligned to Common Core Standards RI.4.6 and RI.5.6 (Compare and contrast the point of view from which different stories are narrated).This is a sample from my much larger and comprehensive products with FIFTY original passages and close reading activities perfectly aligned to the Common Core Standards.

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fairy tales, told by the 'other' character in the story. Boy, these are a hoot! What a great way to teach point of view!

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