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Well-developed characters are like people: they have traits, opinions, and motivations. Characterizations are the methods by which story tellers reveal the traits of characters. There are two types of characterizations: direct and indirect. Direct characterization is when a narrator or character describes another character directly. Indirect characterization is when character traits are revealed through a character's behavior.

Most of my characterization worksheets deal with indirect or implicit characterizations. Recognizing these characterizations is a higher order thinking skill, whereby the student must make an inference based on textual details. These free characterization worksheets will help students better understand characterizations and ultimately become better readers.

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Recognizing character traits in literature is an important skill that students can develop as part of reading comprehension. Understanding the character's actions and thoughts helps them to better understand and appreciate the the story. As students improve their inferencing skills, they more naturally apply these skills in developing characters in their own writing.Be sure to check out all of our reading worksheets . If you're looking for more activities, check out www.readingvine.com's character traits reading passages .

Character Traits Worksheet – Black Beauty

Character Traits Worksheet – Black Beauty

In this passage from Black Beauty, students will read an excerpt from Chapter 7 and list 10 character traits of Greer.

Find it: Indirect Characterization

Find it: Indirect Characterization

Learn about indirect characterization with this printable worksheet on making inferences and understanding character traits. This classroom activity is great for students looking to practice their reading and inferencing skills. Download and print for use both at home or in the classroom.

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Character Traits and The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County

What do character traits tell us about a story? Students read a passage and determine character traits of different people.

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Character Traits Worksheet – Jane Eyre

Students will read a passage from Jane Eyre and list 10 character traits of John Reed.

Character Traits Worksheet – The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Character Traits Worksheet – The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

In this passage from Tom Sawyer students will list character traits of specific characters.

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Character Traits Worksheet – The Time Machine

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The character analysis is a specific character's traits. You can include feelings, acts, says, looks, thoughts, title, author, etc. Our character analysis worksheets include study of flat, round, static and dynamic character evaluation. It is important to learn about the different types or kinds of characters in a narrative or story.

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Character Traits Activities

Character traits are one of my favorite reading skills. I love digging in deep and analyzing characters. I also truly believe that learning about different characters, their traits, and what makes them exhibit those traits help students gain perspective and empathy.  This post will share some of the ways that I introduce, teach, and/or review character traits with 4th and 5th graders, including free character traits activities (the activities are also applicable to 3rd grade students).

Tips for teaching character traits and free character trait activities! Character traits is an important reading skill to help students fully understand and relate to characters. This post shares tips for teaching and several free character trait activities for grades 3-5.

Here are some of my best tips and strategies for teaching character traits in a way that both resonates with students and really gets them thinking about characters in deeper ways.

1. Introducing and Reviewing Character Traits

When first introducing character traits (or reviewing them with 4th and 5th graders), I like to have a chart with different traits listed, categorized by negative and positive traits. This both introduces the students to what character traits are, and also builds their vocabulary by introducing them to new words. When we start the chart, I have a few traits already listed and then we add to it as we read about more characters.

2. Identify Character Traits During Read Alouds, Guided Reading, and Independent Reading

During the week of and the weeks after reviewing character traits, we track the character traits exhibited by the characters in the stories we read. We do this with read alouds, guided reading, and my students’ independent reading books.

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3. Integrate into Writing

One of the best ways to see if your students understand a reading skill is to see if they can apply that reading skill in an original writing piece. Character traits is a great skill for this because the students enjoy writing characters that demonstrate different character traits. Stay tuned till the end of this post because I have a free character trait activity to help you implement this.

4. Explicitly Teach the Ways Character Traits Can be Demonstrated

Another way to take character traits a step further is to teach the students to identify and describe the different ways the character demonstrated that character trait. Here are the ways I teach my students:

  • Internal Thoughts
  • Feelings/Motivation

These ways then turn into the different types of textual evidence that the student can provide to support the character trait they chose for a character.

5. Track the Character Traits of One Character

A favorite (and higher-level, so perfect for 5th graders) character trait activity is to track the character traits demonstrated by the same character throughout the course of a story or read aloud.

To do this, have the students draw a line to represent a time-line and then record the character trait exhibited and whatever details you wish to include. Details could be:

  • Textual evidence to support the character trait (dialogue, actions, thoughts)
  • The reason for the character trait – in other words, what happened to cause that trait to come to the surface

6. Analyze How the Same Character Traits are Demonstrated Across Different Stories

Another way to take this reading skill deeper for 4th and 5th grade students is to have them analyze how the same character trait is demonstrated across different stories. My go-to resource for having my students do this is my Character Traits Sorts resource . To complete the activity, the students read 16 short stories and then sort the stories by determining which of the five given character traits are best exhibited by the main character. This activity really helps the students analyze how character traits can be demonstrated in different ways.

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7. Use Short Texts to Analyze a Variety of Character Traits

In 4th and 5th grade, we read a lot of longer books and passages, however I also think variety and amount of practice is important when practicing any reading skill. So, I use a variety of text lengths with any reading skill I teach. By using long texts, I am building stamina and teaching the rigor needed for 4th and 5th graders. However, by using short texts I am able to expose my students to the skill multiple times and with multiple texts. I love using my reading puzzles for this purpose. You can see the Character Traits Reading Puzzles in my TPT store here . They include 20 short stories for the students to match to different character traits. They are both engaging and perfect for exposing students to multiple types of traits and giving them plenty of opportunities to practice identifying character traits.

Free Character Traits Activities

Here are some free activities to help you integrate the tips and strategies shared on this post.

Character Traits Sort: Positive or Negative

This activity is super helpful to introduce students to a variety of character traits and to help build their vocabulary by having them categorize the traits as positive or negative. The traits in this freebie can also be the basis for an anchor chart like the one I described earlier.

FREE Character Trait Activities! Character traits is an important reading skill to help students fully understand and relate to characters. This post shares tips for teaching and several free character trait activities for grades 3-5.

Want an easy way to integrate character traits into writing? Have the students choose a character trait card and then write a story featuring a character who demonstrates that trait.

FREE Character Trait Activities! Character traits is an important reading skill to help students fully understand and relate to characters. This post shares tips for teaching and several free character trait activities for grades 3-5.

As mentioned above, we love tracking character traits. Use this free printable or this printable booklet to easily implement this. You could use the printable to track from read alouds and the printable booklet for the students to track from independent reading.

FREE Character Trait Activities! Character traits is an important reading skill to help students fully understand and relate to characters. This post shares tips for teaching and several free character trait activities for grades 3-5.

Click here or on the image below to download the free character trait activities.

Download free resources and activities for upper elementary on this post.

Need More Story Elements Resources?

Mentor Texts for Teaching Story Elements –  Click here to see my favorite read alouds for teaching and reviewing different story elements.

Teaching Story Elements TpT Resource – My go-to resource for teaching story elements is definitely this resource. It includes posters, graphic organizers, passages, task cards, and more. Click here to see the Teaching Story Elements resource.

Story Element Reading Games – My students love anytime I gamify reading instruction and they definitely enjoy these story element reading games. Click here to see the Story Element Reading Games on TpT.

Story Element Reading Spinner Centers – Reading spinners are another favorite of my students. Click here to see Story Element Reading Spinners on TPT.

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July 14, 2019 at 9:56 am

In step 1, you mention a chart of positive and negative trait words to use as a resource that you add to. Do you have a copy of this chart or list to share? Thank you!!

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Hi Vicki, I replicate this one: https://www.crafting-connections.com/2014/08/anchors-away-monday-81814-character.html

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I love all of your reading activities for all of the topics we do in my 5th grade classroom. I’m wondering if your bundle includes all of these individuals activities?

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My Seven (going into second grade) is an avid reader.  I’m glad she loves to read a variety of books – both fiction and nonfiction – but now it’s time to take her a step further.

How to teach the concept of character analysis:

1. Does your child know the word character ?  Explain that it’s the main person or animal in a story.  Fiction books usually have both major and minor characters.  You can go even further and talk about the main character (protagonist) and the character who’s fighting against him (antagonist).

2. Choose an interesting character from a book your child has just read.   Try to pick a “round” rather than “flat” character.  That just means to pick someone who has a variety of traits and something of a complex personality.  Off the top of my head I can think of some very round characters in children’s literature:

  • Lily from Lily’s Purple Plastic Purse
  • Gregory from Gregory the Terrible Eater
  • Ramona from the Ramona books

I can also think of some flat characters who are defined by just a few traits:

  • Sal from Blueberries for Sal
  • George from the Curious George books
  • Benny from the original  The Boxcar Children

While all the above examples are fiction books, we chose to do an analysis of a nonfiction character.  I had printed the book Cathy Freeman from Reading A-Z  (that subscription was worth every penny – and no, I’m not getting paid to say that!).  After listening to my daughter read it, I presented a set of character traits.

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3.   Look at a list of character traits together.   Identify traits that describe yourself.  Then have your child find traits that describe her .  This will help your child understand how to use the chart and think about words that describe her character.

4. Now have your child illustrate the main character inside the frame of the character analysis chart.

5. Referring to the character analysis chart, talk together about words that describe your character .   Have your child record them in the circles on the printable.

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Have you heard of Cathy Freeman?  She is the sixth fastest woman on record.  What makes her even more unique is that she is an Aborigine.  Freeman experienced a lot of prejudice and opposition as she worked toward her Olympic goal.  Here was our conversation as we looked for Freeman’s character traits:

Me: “Let’s read through this list and see if we can find some words that describe Cathy Freeman.” My Seven: “Adventurous, afraid, ambitious… what’s that?” “That means that you have big goals for yourself. You work hard to do something.” “ That’s true.” “Can you tell me how she was ambitious?” “She wanted to be in the Olympics.” Great! Write ambitious on one of the circles.” “Angry, arrogant… what does arrogant mean?” “It means you think you’re better than other people.” “I don’t think she’s arrogant… is she brave?” “Well, I think she was brave.  She ran a race in front of thousands of people.”

 6. As your child fills in the circles, make sure she can support each trait with information from the book .  Help her to avoid using words that mean the same thing.  The most important part of this activity is to think about the story.  I didn’t want my daughter to pick a bunch of words and write them in without backing them up.  Because she is just going into second grade, I chose not to have her record the support from the book. For older children you would want that to be part of the activity as well.

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Like I’ve said before, I taught Kindergarten for 12 years, but I feel so clueless about teaching my own. I mostly felt like I was chasing 25 kids everyday and helping them to listen and not hurt each other. I did plenty of teaching, but it did seem more like crowd control. I am now in the midst of learning how to teach my own children at home and I need these simple lessons to guide me. Thank you so much!

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The nice thing is you will be able to do so much more one on one than in a classroom of 25 kids with different abilities and behavior challenges! Thanks so much for following along.

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Character Traits: A Lesson for Upper Elementary Students

Teach character traits with this character traits anchor chart and FREE activity! Ideal lesson for the upper elementary classroom.

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Character Traits Anchor Chart... plus a FREE character traits printable activity is also included!

Part 2: Sorting Activity

Teach character traits with this FREE character traits activity! Ideal lesson for the upper elementary classroom. A character traits anchor chart is also included!

Part 3: Interactive Notebook

Teach character traits with this FREE character traits activity! It includes three components: a character traits anchor chart, lesson, and interactive notebook printable!

Free Printable Comparing and Contrasting Characters Worksheets for 5th Grade

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Comparing and Contrasting Characters worksheets for Grade 5 are essential tools for teachers looking to enhance their students' reading and writing skills. These worksheets provide an engaging and interactive way for students to analyze and compare characters in various texts, helping them develop a deeper understanding of the stories they read. By focusing on Reading Comprehension Strategies, such as comparing and contrasting, students are encouraged to think critically about the characters' motivations, actions, and relationships within the story. This not only improves their reading comprehension but also strengthens their writing abilities as they learn to create well-rounded characters in their own stories. Teachers can utilize these worksheets to create dynamic lesson plans that cater to the needs of their Grade 5 students, ensuring a comprehensive and enjoyable learning experience.

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Explore characters in a poem using a cool graphic organizer with this reading worksheet. It helps analyze and understand the characters in a fun way!

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Refine your understanding of character traits and emotions with our engaging worksheet.

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In this fun worksheet, students read diverse character traits and analyze them. They explore various character traits, develop critical thinking and comprehension skills.

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Enhance character analysis and understanding with our engaging worksheet. Explore various character traits, develop critical thinking and comprehension skills.

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How well do you understand the characters? Read about Seth's camping adventures and practice your character analysis skills.

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We can identify a character’s traits by their actions, feelings, and dialogue. Can you identify the character traits of these characters? Let's find out.

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We can identify a character’s traits by their actions, feelings, and dialogue. Analyzing these things can help students discover the traits of different characters. Get started right away with this engaging worksheet!

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5th Grade Character Analysis

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: 5th Grade Reading Comprehension

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5th Grade Character Analysis

5th Grade Character Analysis - Displaying top 8 worksheets found for this concept.

Some of the worksheets for this concept are Story elements, Short stories to analyze character 5th grade, Literary passages close reading, Passages for 4th grade character traits, Fifth grade reading literature question stems, Character and role analysis questions, Building a literary analysis essay, List of character traits.

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1. Story elements

2. short stories to analyze character 5th grade, 3. literary passages: close reading, 4. passages for 4th grade character traits, 5. fifth grade reading literature question stems, 6. character and role analysis questions, 7. building a literary analysis essay, 8. list of character traits -.

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    The grade 5 comprehension worksheets focus on some of the building blocks of stories: character analysis; setting and plot, and author's purpose. Free | Worksheets | Grade 5 | Reading Comprehension | Printable

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    Browse Printable 5th Grade Analyzing Character Worksheets | Education.com Search Printable 5th Grade Analyzing Character Worksheets Entire Library Worksheets Games Guided Lessons Lesson Plans 32 filtered results 5th grade Analyzing Character Show interactive only Sort by Reading Comprehension: No Sudden Moves Worksheet Plot Diagram

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    Preview Print Slides Character Types Lesson 1 Are you looking for a PowerPoint slideshow to help students review character types? This lesson teachers about character that are STATIC, DYNAMIC, FLAT, ROUND and MORE. It includes a practice activity after the lesson. You'll love it. Character Types Lesson 1 Links Preview Print Slides

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    Character analysis is thinking about what a character does to understand what kind of person they are. Character traits are words that describe the kind of person someone is. Here a few examples of character traits: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Here is a description of a book that you might like to read.

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    Students will learn to identify a character trait and give evidence in this worksheet. Grade Levels: 6th - 8th Grade, Grades K-12 Character Trait Template A worksheet where students will describe 5 different character traits of a certain person. Grade Levels: 6th - 8th Grade, Grades K-12

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    Grades K-5 Character Analysis Worksheets Here is a graphic preview for all the kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade Character Analysis Worksheets. Click on the image to display our PDF worksheet. Simple Character Traits Character Analysis Worksheets Character Analysis Worksheet Part 1 Character Traits

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    Free Printable Analyzing Character Worksheets for 5th Grade Analyzing Character: Discover a collection of free printable worksheets for Grade 5 Reading & Writing teachers, focusing on character analysis to enhance students' comprehension and critical thinking skills. grade 5 Analyzing Character ELA GA Milestones Vocabulary Practice 24 Q 3rd - 5th

  8. Character Traits Activities

    A favorite (and higher-level, so perfect for 5th graders) character trait activity is to track the character traits demonstrated by the same character throughout the course of a story or read aloud.

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    Character Analysis Worksheet - Describing Characters ELA Character Analysis Worksheet ELA Activity 9 reviews Aligned Standards CCSS TEKS RL.3.3 RL.4.3 ELAR 3.8 ELAR 3.8.B ELAR 4.8 ELAR 4.8.B Sixth Grade English Language Arts Reading How can I use this character analysis worksheet with kids?

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    Browse 5th Grade Analyzing Character Educational Resources. Award winning educational materials designed to help kids succeed. ... Using this worksheet template, students plan their work by filling out a plot diagram with their story's exposition, rising action climax, falling action, and climax. ... Kids can fly by character analysis ...

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    1. Does your child know the word character? Explain that it's the main person or animal in a story. Fiction books usually have both major and minor characters. You can go even further and talk about the main character (protagonist) and the character who's fighting against him (antagonist). 2.

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    Results for character analysis 5th grade 64 + results Sort by: Relevance View: List The One and Only Ivan (FREE 1st Section) Novel Study Unit, 4th & 5th Grade Created by Dedicated Duo This is a FREE novel study of the first section (pages 1-40) of the book The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate.

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    This story hunt is based on the HM Selection-5th grade. It has 6 open-ended benchmark questions. Cause and Effect Inferences Figurative Language Main Idea Character Analysis Descriptive Language. Subjects: Other (Arts), Reading, Tools for Common Core. Grades: 3 rd - 5 th. Types: Worksheets, Activities, Assessment.

  14. Character Traits: A Lesson for Upper Elementary Students

    Students will need to match the story to one of the character traits. To make sure everyone remains engaged, I would instruct students to display each answer by holding up fingers… 1 finger for optimistic, two fingers for pessimistic, three fingers for insensitive, etc.

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    Comparing and Contrasting Characters worksheets for Grade 5 are essential tools for teachers looking to enhance their students' reading and writing skills. These worksheets provide an engaging and interactive way for students to analyze and compare characters in various texts, helping them develop a deeper understanding of the stories they read ...

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    Character Analysis Worksheets for Kids. Browse interactive character analysis worksheets for kids online and make your child's practice sessions fun and exciting. These character analysis worksheets engage children's cognitive processes and help enhance their creativity and memory retention skills. Get started now to make learning interesting ...

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    Grade 5 Character Traits Skill: Identify and infer stated and implied character traits 5th Grade Assessment Center for Urban Education ©2007 NONFICTION Valley Forge The United States today has been a country for more than 200 years. But in 1777 many people did not think the United States would become a country. George Washington was a great leader.

  19. 5th Grade Character Analysis Worksheets

    Displaying all worksheets related to - 5th Grade Character Analysis. Worksheets are Story elements, Short stories to analyze character 5th grade, Literary passages close reading, Passages for 4th grade character traits, Fifth grade reading literature question stems, Character and role analysis questions, Building a literary analysis essay, List ...

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    Character Analysis Worksheet. First graders are really digging into fiction writing this year. Help your kids learn about fictional characters by identifying their inner and outer traits using this character analysis worksheet. This can be used on its own or with the lesson plan How to Analyze a Character.

  23. 5th Grade Character Analysis Worksheets

    5th Grade Character Analysis - Displaying top 8 worksheets found for this concept. Some of the worksheets for this concept are Story elements, Short stories to analyze character 5th grade, Literary passages close reading, Passages for 4th grade character traits, Fifth grade reading literature question stems, Character and role analysis ...