To begin the lesson, you can show this great Flocabulary video on Point of View!
Next, you will need an image. I love using funny animal pics, so I started with this dog image:
I came up with a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person point of view for the photo.
The 1st way is done using Google Drawing.
Students use an image, word art, and speech bubbles to share 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person point of view for an image.
The 2nd way is done using Scratch programming. (If you are reading via email, you will need to visit my blog to try the project below.)
Students use the broadcast and say blocks to create an interactive point of view activity.
Both activities are fun and engaging for kids! Do you have a favorite point of view activity? I would love to hear about it!