Character Trait Frames

We have been learning about character traits for a few weeks now and I honestly think the best way to teach them is to have the students describe themselves and their friends and family using the character trait words.  I got the idea of having the students make character trait ‘frames’ to help describe themselves.  We simply took a large piece of white construction paper and cut a large hole in the middle.  Then we titled the frame and wrote colorful character traits around our frames.  And Ta-Da…

The kids LOVED them!  Hope you do too!  
Happy Monday Night!
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