Explore the difference between characters and non-characters with this cut-and-paste worksheet.
Identifying Story Characters
One of the first story elements we teach to our littlest learners is characters. Characters can be people, animals, magical creatures or personified objects.
This cut-and-paste worksheet has been designed to help your students differentiate between story characters and non-characters. Students are required to cut out the images, then look at each picture and sort them. If the picture is a character, they need to glue it in the “characters” row. If the picture is not a character, they need to glue it in the “not a character” row.
Multiple Applications for This Story Characters Worksheet
This versatile resource can be used in multiple ways in your classroom. Why not try some of the following suggestions:
- Whole-class warm-up
- Small-group rotations
- Targeted intervention groups
- Fast finisher challenge
- Homework activity
Easily Prepare This Resource for Your Students
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As this download contains an answer sheet, we recommend printing one copy of the resource, then removing the answer sheet before continuing to prepare the resource.
This resource was created by Lisamarie Del Valle, a teacher in Florida and a Teach Starter collaborator.
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