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Miss Fernandes

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Character books

This week's literary challenge is a bit of a mystery. Your job is to create a series of clues that represent a character from a book that you have read before. You can choose a fictional character, an historical figure or even a comic book super-hero. You can look at the example provided for some ideas. Can you guess what characters Miss Fernandes is thinking of? Step 1- Try to guess the characters on the example attached. How many did you get right? Step 2- Choose your character. Think about what that character is all about. Do they have a specific object that they carry around? Where do they live? What activities do they enjoy? Do they have a job? All these can make fantastic clues. Make sure you give enough clues so guessing is not too hard, but not so many obvious clues that it makes it too easy. Step 3 - Gather all your clues. You can use objects you have around the house or make your own props (drawings, junk modelling, etc). Step 4 - Take a picture of all your clues and add it as a reply. Step 5 - Share your picture on the class blog so your friends can have a go at guessing your character.

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, 4th Grade, English Language Arts, Home Learning, Reading
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