This fun worksheet encourage children to think about Dumbledore's character: his characteristics, attributes and actions, and the role he plays within the stories. We also ask children to ponder on what they might talk to Dumbledore about, if they were lucky enough to meet him!
Character Study Printables
Our character study printables are a fun way to get children to think about the books they read. Kids are asked to describe what the characters do and say, what they are like and whether they would like the character as a friend.
Use this Alice character study after reading Lewis Carroll's lovely stories, to help you explore the heroine's character and her part in the stories.
Augustus Gloop was described in the book as a 'great, big, greedy nincompoop'! Our Augustus Gloop character study worksheet asks children to pick adjectives to describe the character, and then think about whether they would like to meet Augustus Gloop!
How else can you describe Roald Dahl's loveable giant besides 'big and friendly'? Our printable worksheet will take children through the steps of writing a character study of the BFG.
How would you describe the Cat in the Hat? Playful? Naughty? Children have to think about this and more to complete our Cat in the Hat character study worksheet.
What is it that makes Charlie a hero? Children are asked to think about the traits that make Charlie special with our Charlie Bucket character study worksheet.
Study Draco Malfoy's character and actions with this fun character study worksheet - just one of a set for all the main Harry Potter characters.
Use this simple worksheet as a short writing excercise after reading one of the Famous Five books. There's space for a short description of each of the Famous Five, and a picture.
Use our character study worksheet to reinforce children's understanding after reading Roald Dahl's George's Marvellous Medicine. Do they think George was a good character?
The Grinch with his 'heart growing three sizes' is an interesting character, changing a lot during the story. Children can use our Grinch character study sheet to think about those changes.
Have a detailed look at Hagrid's character, attributes and role in the Harry Potter stories with this engaging worksheets. We've designed it so that it can be used across a range of ages.
Children can get to grips with what Harry Potter, the boy, is all about with this fun character study worksheet. Plus, they get to think about what they would talk about if they were lucky enough to meet him!
Study Hermione's character, attributes and actions in the Harry Potter books with this fun character study worksheet, designed so that it can used across a range of ages.
A test of a good character is whether you would want to meet that person or not! Children have to think about this and more on our James Henry Trotter character study as they think about the star character of James and the Giant Peach.
Our Lorax character study worksheet asks children to think about what the Lorax did, to describe them and to think about whether the Lorax would be a good friend.
Study Lord Volemort's character and attributes as well as the part he plays in the Harry Potter stories with this fun character study worksheet.
Use this character study for the Mad Hatter when you finished the Alice in Wonderland stories. It's a fun way of collecting the children's thoughts about the various characters and is part of a set.
There is more to Matilda than a love of books! Our Matilda character study is a great way to test children's comprehension after reading the book - or perhaps you have been lucky enough to see the wonderful musical on stage...
Why do you think Mike Teavee wasn't the character chosen to win the factory by Willy Wonka? This Mike Teavee character study will ask children to think about character traits and if they think he was a good person.
Here's a character study for Matilda's lovely teacher Miss Honey. What makes Miss Honey a good teacher?
Children could compare and contrast the two teachers in Matilda using our character study worksheets. Who would they prefer as a teacher: Miss Trunchbull or Miss Honey? It's not a difficult question!
Our Mr Twit charcter study worksheet asks children to describe what the character says and does and choose from a list of character traits to describe him. Perhaps they can think up more of their own.
Roald Dahl describes the appearance of Mrs Twit excellently in the book. This worksheet asks children to think about the traits and actions of the character to complete this Mrs Twit character study.
Explore Professor McGonagall's character and roll in the Harry Potter stories with this fun character study worksheet. What would the kids talk to Professor McGonagall about, if they were able to meet her?
Once you have read the Alice in Wonderland books, why not have a go at our character study printables. This one features the Queen of Hearts.
Children can think about Ron Weasley's character and his roll in the Harry Potter stories, using this character study worksheet to help. And then they can think about what they would talk about if they ever met Ron...
This character study worksheet makes thinking about Snape's roll in the Harry Potter books fun! We've designed it so that it can be used with a wide age range, too.
Mischievous is a good word to describe Thing 1 and Thing 2. Children can choose other words from the chracter traits on our Thing 1 and Thing 2 character study worksheet.
Spoilt and rude are some of the character traits that describe Veruca Salt! Children can see what other traits they can find with our Veruca Salt character study worksheet.
What does the character of Violet Beauregard say and do? What does this tell you about her character? Children are asked to think about this and more on our Violent Beauregard character study worksheet.
What do you think makes the White Rabbit tick? Apart from his clock, that is! Use this White Rabbit character study to find out.