Character traits-- I would give the character trait and have students list quotes on the notecards that support the trait given. I would go as far as color-coding the index cards for positive, negative, and neutral traits
This graphic organizer can be used to help the child identify the character's "FAST" traits (Feelings, Actions, Sayings, Thoughts) he/she reads through a story. Have student cite page number/evidence for trait.
Reading Comprehension - 4 - DA for grades Whole group. After reading a text, the class works together to recall what the character was like on the inside and outside. This type of activity will help with basic comprehension skills.
The Character in Action wall can help students build their writing skills as well as their inquiry abilities. This can be great for knowledge building in oral and written communication. It gives the students real life examples of what some concepts are and the meaning of different words and traits.
BOOK STUDY. The book study includes terminology and examples of various elements of fiction including: character traits, protagonist/ antagonist, various types of conflict, and turning point. Creative extension ideas are also shared.
Read about lots of great ideas to help you teach character traits in reading. --The story of Matthew Henson is loaded with positive character traits for students to identify and pair with examples from his life.