Picture books to compare and contrast characters

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Grumpy Monkey by Suzanne and Max Lang - Read Aloud Story

Popular Compare and Contrast Books

Research shows student achievement increases when children compare and contrast using comparative thinking. Compare is to find similarities. Contrast is to find differences. Believe it or not, kids will usually need to be reminded of these terms every year. Notice the plot, characters, illustrations, and cultural references.

July 29, Here is a chart with three mini lesson statements and examples of how to frame your whole class discussion. Fill out your charts with these organizers as you discuss each book with the class! The boy wants a dog but his family cannot afford it. It's a great book to compare and contrast the beginning of the story to the end, as the boy comes up with an alternative to getting a pet dog.

When I sat down to compile my favorite read alouds for teaching story elements, my list just grew and grew. There are so many great story element mentor texts that it was even difficult to narrow down to this list. However, I wanted to include a lot of choices to cover the depth of story elements required in 4th and 5th grade.
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I am teaching character comparison using VENN diagrams and I'm looking for picture book titles to use. If you know of any titles that would work for this activity, can you post them? Another idea is to compare two books by the same author. I've also compared the same story by different authors. I know, I know!



  1. Sabine S. says:

    I love teaching students to think about different points of view!

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