It is about discovering the character from a very short description.
They can be young or older children, depending on the story. Regarding the number of children, it shouldn’t be larger than twenty.
- To understand the story and identify its elements.
- To exercise the attention.
we need some cards to write down a short description of every character of a story, without naming it; we can write down the feelings, attitudes and psychological characteristics, making as many cards as children (there can be various descriptions, about different aspects of the same character).
Once the story is read or told, the cards will be distributed (facing down), and everyone can read them silently. The session starts. Every child will read his card and will answer the question “who are we talking about?”. The session can end with a discussion about which character is more attractive or the more generous, or envious, etc., and the reasons.