Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Teaching character. Get inspired and try out new things.
Understanding characters is an essential part of reading comprehension, so today I’m going to share part one in a two part post on how to teach character traits. Watch the Facebook live video about this topic here. (Click here to skip to part two.) Like many lessons, I start with a hook. I ask my students to partner up…
When it comes to raising good people teaching the Keys to friendship is vital. We lead by example for these valuable traits all friends need to thrive.
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This interactive character traits resource is great to teach during morning meetings. Use the slides, discussion and writing prompts, read aloud list, caught ya slips, and more to accompany your character education lessons in the classroom.
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The best books for helping students understand and identify character traits!
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Character training from Pre-K to High School - ideas and resources for teaching godly character to kids of all ages! via @TaunaM
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Teach character traits in upper elementary through activities, full lesson plans, anchor charts, and small group work! Plus a freebie!
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See these simple character building activities for kids and help them learn more about values, morals, and character today!
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Dig deep to really get to know the characters.
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Teach characterization using short films to engage students and aid in analysis skills. Pixar films, commercials, and cartoons create a fun lesson.
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Integrity can be defined as "the quality of being honest, adhering to strong principles and character." Teaching integrity is key to a successful classroom. Read on to help you find morning meeting resources for character development - specifically integrity. #socialemotionallearning #morningmeetings
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