Facebook Character Profiles

You might have seen that cute Pinterest image of the Facebook page that students can fill out for a person or character. I love this idea! Students can fill it out about a character, a famous or historical person they are studying, or about themselves as a beginning of the school year activity.

I decided to make a primary and intermediate version along with teacher samples. There are many currently on Teachers Pay Teachers, but it’s looking like anything with another company’s logo is no longer allowed on TPT so I made my own. It’s simple but I think the kids would love it!  I had a lot of fun making the sample pages. Not only is it fun, but it would really help the kids to think about the person or character they are writing about.

Here’s a screenshot of the intermediate sample:


Here’s a screenshot of the primary sample:

Here are the downloads:



Have a great day!

Categories: Beginning Year Stuff, Reading, Writing Assignments | 3 Comments

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3 thoughts on “Facebook Character Profiles

  1. Lauren D.

    These are so cool! Thanks Kirsten!

  2. Cathy Keller

    Very cute! Have you figured out a good way to do this electronically? i’ve struggled with that. FB is blocked, so that’s a no go. I had them build a page on google pages, but it was a cumbersome platform. I do have a rubric for the assignment I did. LMK if you want a copy.

  3. I agree, it would be a pain to make it on Google Docs, but maybe you could make the template on Google Docs and then they could just make a copy of that page and fill that out? I’ve done something like that and the kids didn’t have a problem copying the page and re-naming it. Or they could download the document and create it in Word and then email or print it?

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