Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
from Teachers Pay Teachers

Emoji Character Traits

Ever asked your students to describe a character? Good, bad, nice, mean? Yes, I've had that lesson fail and I figured out what to do about it. Provide your students with a set of character traits and definitions that will have them increasing the level of their vocabulary in no time! 48 character traits, activity sheets, lesson ideas, great for poster, bulletin board, word of week, and more!


FREEBIE Word Search focusing on Good Character words, such as Respect, Honesty, Responsibility... Great activity to begin discussions at beginning of year :)


This downloads in English only. This character trait word bank is a great support tool for beginner writers. Not only does it give students ideas of character traits to use in their writing, but it also helps them understand what the traits mean by grouping similar traits together in the chart.


I was worried.

dialogue prompt


e.e. cummings - on being nobody-but-yourself - Writers Write

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Characterization Kids Task Cards

Set of thirty task cards all about characterization and character traits. The activities include: Choosing character traits from a word bank Choosing character traits – multiple choice Describing a pictured character Writing a paragraph Listing character traits to describe a famous person Comparing two characters Completing a character web for a novel character Drawing a character with certain character traits Describing static and dynamic characters and more.


Encourage students to realize the power of growth mindset and the word 'yet' with this read aloud and free graphic organizer.


Trustworthiness, Responsibility, Kindness, Cooperation, Patience, Confidence, Thankfulness, Determination, Respect, Loyalty, Enthusiasm, Self-Discipline, Perseverance, Courage, Tolerance, Helpfulness, Honesty, Compassion, Forgiveness, and Consideration.


Free Character Trait List - sorted by synonyms to help students build character trait vocabulary. Teaching Made Practical