Character and setting

Bring your story to life with memorable characters and captivating settings. Discover top ideas to develop compelling characters and immersive settings that will leave readers wanting more.
Reading, Pre K, Ideas, Interactive Read Aloud, Story Elements Worksheet, Story Elements Activities, First Grade Reading, Story Elements Kindergarten, Literature Unit

We all know the importance of reading stories in the the classroom. They can build background knowledge on a topic being discussed. It is a great way to increase vocabulary. Students get excited about learning. Plus, you can increase students reading and listening comprehension. I want to challenge you to go beyond they everyday read ... Read More about Interactive Read Aloud

Roselia Lacow
Build schema by brainstorming characters and settings they know. Great for story writing and story maps. Anchor Charts, Writing, Reading Anchor Charts, Reading Writing, Reading Classroom, Setting Anchor Charts, 2nd Grade Reading, Reading Lessons, School Reading

I’m back from my little hiatus, and we are LOVING our new home!!!! My life has been absolute CRAZY TOWN, and I really haven’t taken enough pictures lately. Honestly, snapping photos has been the absolute last thing on my mind. I did manage to capture a few snippets of our classroom activities though. We have …

The Moffatt Girls
Why Does the Setting Matter? & TWO Freebies! | My Primary Paradise Pre K, Sats, Anchor Charts, Inspiration, Reading Anchor Charts, Setting Anchor Charts, 4th Grade Reading, 2nd Grade Reading, Writing Anchor Charts

After this past week, my kiddos could certainly answer that question with a big YES! This week we learned what the setting is, what makes up a setting, and why on earth it matters so much! My kiddos rocked it, so I’m here to share what we did. I know that spending an entire week on setting might seem like…

Dragon's Den Curriculum