Graphic Organizers_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Below are a variety of graphic organizers to help your students communicate their comprehension of These files are in PDF format.
Basic Story Map
Students indicate facts about the beginning, middle and end of the text they are reading.
Cause and Effect
Three sections for students to note cause and effect events from their reading.
A Venn diagram that allows students to compare themselves to a character.
Students record ideas about two characters from the text they are reading.
Students design an identification badge for a character in their story.
Have students complete a concept map with you as you prepare for a unit of study.
Utilize the questioning strategy before, during and after reading.
Students select and write about 6 topics of interest from their non-fiction reading.
Students have 4 sections to record their ideas about a character from the text.
Just the Facts
Students record 6 facts they have learned and the most important fact from reading.
Activate prior knowledge and determine what has been learned with this handy chart.
Students record text to self, text to text and text to world connections.
Students illustrate 6 things they have learned from their reading in scrapbook format.
Students record plot elements in a graphical format.
Organized boxes allow students to record characters, setting, problem, etc.Graphs and Charts Graphic OrganizersSequencing Graphic OrganizersSorting Graphic OrganizersStorytelling Graphic Organizers
Miscellaneous Graphic Organizers
PreK-2 Graphic Organizers
Grades 3-5 Graphic Organizers
Grades 6-8 Graphic Organizers
Grades 9-12 Graphic Organizers
Writing Graphic Organizers
Science Graphic Organizers
Math Graphic Organizers
Graphic Organizer Slideshows
Cause and Effect Graphic Organizers
Concept Maps and Idea Webs
Main Idea and Supporting Details
Timelines and Sequence Charts
Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers