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I always a fan of encouraging chn to think... Point of View (how characters would feel)

I always a fan of encouraging chn to think. Point of View (how characters…

Pitner's Potpourri: LIttle Red Riding Hood- Comparing characters and different versions

Compare and contrast two or more versions of the same story (e., Cinderella stories) by different authors or from different cultures. I will use this during our comprehension block to compare and contrast stories two different fairy tales.

Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Fairy Tale/Storybook Characters Unit

Terhune's First Grade Site!: Fairy Tale/Storybook Characters Unit Great way to initiate a lesson on measurement. Comparing an ordering objects according to attributes.

A great book to intro a fairy tale unit.  The characters are all from other fairy tales and nursery rhymes.  Adorable.

Ihave this! A great book to intro a fairy tale unit. The characters are all from other fairy tales and nursery rhymes.

Great activity to intro descriptive writing!

Assign students one emotion word. They draw a character to illustrate the emotion. Then students write a short story about why the character feels the way they do. < great character ed idea

Point of View! Teach point of view using classic read alouds and letting students choose a side!

Analyzing a Characters Point of View

Whenever I introduce point of view to my students, I tell them to think about a time when they had a disagreement with a friend.

Fractured Fairy Tales: Character

Our fairy tale exploration continues. We began our Fractured Fairy Tale study with a focus on plot.

Lots of ideas, K unit, but could be adapted

We are just finishing a Mo Willems author study. The kids love all of his books. This group especially loves the pigeon books and the Knuffl.

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