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  • Heather Temske

    Character study with Officer Buckle - thinking of my third grade friends

  • Sarah Williams

    Officer Buckle: Community Helpers Character Study

  • Jessica Cervantes

    2nd grade story Officer Buckle :Character traits

  • Lychelle Ignacio

    Officer Buckle and Gloria (character development)

  • Jakki Bourgault

    My favorite 2nd grade story when I was teaching with Karyn Kenyon. Character Analysis example --> this is an activity using the book "Officer Buckle and Gloria". But it can be used with any book. It helps children discuss a story and give adjectives to describe a main character in a book

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The activities in this mini-unit were designed to accompany the book “Officer Buckle and Gloria” by Peggy Rathmann.Use these activities at ba...

Fletcher talks about how creating characters with realistic characteristics is important. This pin I believe it's just perfect, it describes the different point Fletcher described in the text. We have to imagine the facial expressions, how they talk, how they feel and even put a name that goes along with the characteristics of your character.

Teaching characterization Have students use the book to draw a picture of the character. Then they add speech bubbles to show the characters point of view and thoughts. I couldn't find this on the blog, but the picture and explanation above should be enough...what a great idea!

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Teaches kids how to use adjectives and allows them a chance to get used to standing up in front of a classroom full of children. A shy child could be a possible downfall of completing this activity to its fullest extent.

Read The Littlest Pilgrim by Brandi Daugherty and then complete the character chart

texture // adjectives. so many speech students tell me that everything is smooth! this would be a great visual

Chart to use when introducing logical consequences using Lily's Plastic Purple Purse by Kevin Henkes. Chart helps students identify with Lily and helps them understand that we all make mistakes.