Foundational Reading Lesson - Character Traits, Grade 3

  • Activity 1 / Finding Character Traits Worksheet

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    Before beginning this worksheet, you might want to make sure that your kids know what a character trait is. A trait should not be confused with a feeling, because feelings are temporary, while a trait comes with a character’s entire personality. If we pay careful attention to what a character says and does in a story, we can usually learn about some of the traits which the character possesses. Help your kids read the description of the characters in the worksheet, and then circle the trait that best describes the character.

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  • Activity 2 / Trait Maze Worksheet

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    In stories, the author and readers can often describe how a character acts using character traits. What is a trait? A trait should not be confused with a feeling, because feelings are temporary, while a trait comes with a character’s entire personality. In this worksheet, your kids will be learning more about the different character traits. Ask them to follow the traits through the maze, and ignore the feelings which are also on the path.

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