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Consistency and Character Development: the Benefits of Checklists and Worksheets | Author Sarah Snyder

As most readers will tell you, there is something quite disturbing about a character who loves dogs one moment and is terrified of them the next, or who has pants on at the beginning of a line of d…

Hi there! It’s Deb Hanson from Crafting Connections, and I’m going to share a…

Hi there! It’s Deb Hanson from Crafting Connections, and I’m going to share a character traits lesson with you today. This lesson is based on one I did a few years ago for a formal observation. My pri

FREE Character Traits Anchor Chart!!  Download the COLOR version of this poster for free!  More character study resources, activities, and tips available in the full version!

FREE Character Traits Anchor Chart!! Download the COLOR version of this poster for free! More character study resources, activities, and tips available in the full version!

Use these free character trait lists to help your students build their character trait vocabulary or to practice different shades of meaning.  There are 3 free lists - a positive character traits list, a negative character traits list, and a character trait list that sorts words by synonyms for 3rd grade, 4th grade, or 5th grade students.

Time for another freebie! This one gives you organized lists of over 200 character traits words! Sorted for you by synonyms and by positive/negative, these handy lists take all the guesswork out of expanding your students' character trait vocabulary!

I think that this is talking about analyzing characters when you're reading... but I think it could work for Character Education too!  "Think F.A.S.T. - others' Feelings; your Actions; your Sayings/words; your Thoughts"... Maybe?

I think that this is talking about analyzing characters when you're reading... but I think it could work for Character Education too! "Think F.A.S.T. - others' Feelings; your Actions; your Sayings/words; your Thoughts"... Maybe?

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