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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Characters In Costume

So I got this fabulous idea from Ian over at Byrdseed.com (http://www.byrdseed.com/halloween-characters-dressed-as-characters/ ). We did it last year with the Wizard of Oz characters and since we now wrapping up our Charlotte's Web unit, I thought it would be a good way for the students to think about character traits and translate that into what the character would wear as a costume for Halloween. Here's what they came up with:

Charlotte as Dorothy because she was thankful for what she has. Wilbur as the Scarecrow, because he's humble. Templeton as a monster-with 3 yellow eyes (great details!) because he's mean.


Charlotte-a helpful lady, Wilbur-a person because he's cute and Templeton an evil witch.

Charlotte-a computer because she's helpful and smart. Wilbur as a monkey because he was always doing something or helping. Templeton as a fat man eating fish :) because he was always eating something and only cares about himself.

Wilbur-a daisy (isn't that just the cutest illustration!), Charlotte a heart for her babies.


Charlotte-a fairy so she will not get stepped on. Wilbur dresses like Charlotte- (love this-he was always trying to spin webs, etc.) Templeton like cheese!

Charlotte-something elegant and dazzling (vocab words :), Wilbur as Miss Trayers because he was nice. Templeton as a trash monster.


Charlotte-a love bug because she sings to Wilbur. Wilbur as a heart because his heart was in the right place. Templeton as the trash garden-he is in the dump.

I know they are hard to read, but I thought they just nailed their characters!


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4 comments :

  1. These are fabulous! I always love what your students write and draw!

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  2. Thank you as always Terri! I very much appreciate your comment-thank you for always stopping by! :) I gave out some GT resources to teachers recently and your blog was top of the list! :)

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  3. I can't get over your ideas. I'm obsessed with your blog right now. Off to do this for Fun Friday with my kids.

    We're also doing an October geometric quilt and the celebration for our Lucy Calkins Narrative Unit. Big fun today!

    Kimberley
    First in Maine

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    1. Awww, thank you Kimberley! You know I'm a fan of your blog as well! :) Sounds like a great Fun Friday! :)

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