Learning how to describe characters can be fun. In this activity, students will read a short paragragh and then draw a picture that matches the description.
A well-written character is a joy for a reader. While a character’s personality and traits are important, visual descriptions help the reader “see” the character in action. The character description worksheets listed below are free for home and classroom use. Simply click on the title to download, view, or print the PDF.
This activity asks students to read a paragraph about a man in the room. They will then try to draw the character using the information from the paragraph.
Students will read two character descriptions of characters in the short story, Rikki-Tikki-Tavi and answer related questions.
In this creative character description activity students will write a character description about a horse.
Students will read a description of the colorful character, Huckleberry Finn, in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain. They will then answer questions based on the description.