Character Development Worksheets To Print:
- This is a prediction organizer to get you focused on understanding
the character's thoughts more.
History - In the lines below, write a detailed paragraph of
your main character's relationships with the minor characters before
the story began.
- Your main character is sick and needs to fill out a form before
he or she sees the doctor.
Traits - The key to not having similar-looking characters in
every story is to brainstorm a variety of traits and mixing them together.
- Create a timeline below of your main character's life before the
actual story begins.
Relationship Map - Write the name of your main character in
the space below, and describe the appearance, relationship to at least 3 supporting characters.
Development - Read one of your favorite books or short stories.
Notice key details about the characters, specifically the focus of the story.
More Related Topics:
Character Actions and Decisions - We show you how to evaluate not only these acts, but also how they respond to the actions and choices of other people in the story.