great perspective/point of view activity | students draw a story event from the perspective/point of view of one of the characters

great perspective/point of view activity | students draw a story event from the perspective/point of view of one of the characters

Paper Bag main character project - put research questions on the outside, put items to represent character on the inside

Paper Bag Characterization

Paper Bag main character project - put research questions on the outside, put items to represent character on the inside

Character Project for ANY Novel! Covers character traits, conflict, and change. Free assignment sheet and rubric included.

Character Project for ANY Novel!

Character Project for ANY Novel! Covers character traits, conflict, and change. Free assignment sheet and rubric included.

great interactive bulletin board. Have students describe the main character in the book they are reading.

great interactive bulletin board. Have students describe the main character in the book they are reading.

for Karl: Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles

for Karl: Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles

Welcome to Whangdoodleland! Fourth grade teacher Tracie Pitts of the York House School tells the stories of her students building mostly life-sized scenes from "The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles" by Julie Andrews Edwards, 1974.

Welcome to Whangdoodleland! Fourth grade teacher Tracie Pitts of the York House School tells the stories of her students building mostly life-sized scenes from "The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles" by Julie Andrews Edwards, 1974.

Motivation to read pin 3. Flashlight Friday! Each student is given a flashlight and they can read their books in the dark with a flashlight. It is a fun way to get students interested in reading silently.

Motivation to read pin 3. Flashlight Friday! Each student is given a flashlight and they can read their books in the dark with a flashlight. It is a fun way to get students interested in reading silently.

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