Character Analysis Worksheets To Print:
Walking Tall - Gerald and Jenny Giraffe have a son and then everything changes. Look at the first paragraph. How does Gino feel about being a giraffe?
Making New Friends - A day on the pond with Gary the Goose and his sister. Why were Gary and Lucy sad in the second paragraph?
The Bad Tooth - Milo the alligator needs a tooth removed, but where the gator dentist located? Why was Milo having trouble finishing his lunch?
Flying for Honey - Harvey the Honeybee only flies around for one thing; honey! After Harvey's adventure, how do you think Harvey feels about his daily routine of collecting honey?
Drawing the Future - Mortimer Mouse gets ready to run the family store. Look at the second paragraph. How does Mortimer feel when his parents talk to him
about the store?
Manly Problems - Landon just can't wait to group up. Just like most lions his age. When Landon’s mane wouldn't grow, what did he do for a week straight?
Too Big for Friends - Ellie Elephant proves that we should let our physical characteristics dictate our lives. What advice did Ellie's mother give her on their walk?
The Trouble with Tails - Man, does Monty the Monkey ever depend on his tail. Who is Monty always trying to catch up with when he swings through the trees?
Learning a Lesson - Sheldon learns through the stories of his older brother Landon. Look at the first paragraph. How does Sheldon feel about going to school?
Taking Flight - Ben the caterpillar can't wait to be Ben the Butterfly. Look at the first sentence of the story. What did Ben wish for when he was little?
Reaching for Safety - Terry the T-Rex doesn't let his short arms hold him back much at all. Look at the first paragraph. How does Terry feel about his small arms?
Jumping Through Hoops - Bruno the Bear gets ready for the Big Top. Based on what you know about Bruno, will he be good at jumping through hoops?
Raining For Life - See if you can figure out who or what Clarence is. Look at the second paragraph. What does Clarence see when he and his friends produce a rain storm?
Walking on Needles - Polly the porcupine isn't a big fan of games that involve hiding. When Polly gets scared, what happens to her quills?
Man's Best Friend - Sophie is pretty busy in this passage. Who was Sophie walking with in the third paragraph?
Thoughts - Write down an example of how you can understand the personality of each person.
Beginning, Middle, End - This is a nice map for keeping track of an individuals progression over the course of a work.
Have You Met... - This is helpful when going back over a story for the first time.
Famous Square - This has been featured by a number of different publications, I guess you guys like it.
Once Over - This can be helpful to use as you are reading the story for the first time.
The Evidence - This is helpful when you are attempting to make inferences.
Describe Them - This will allow to write down the exact location in the story when you noticed something particular about a character.
Break Apart - This helps you give a basic description of all actors in a work.
Book Report - This is used to help students best review a work.
Show Me Proof - This will help you cite specific regions where you a character has revealed themselves.
Author's Motive - See if you can picture what the characters look like without looking at illustrations.
My Name Is... - You can use this as if the individual was introducing themself to a crowd of people.
Emergency - See if you can determine what makes them tick.