This is a graphic organizer that both explains how to represent the rectangular form of a complex number on the complex plane and provides a space for students to do so. A worked example is included on the reverse side of the graphic organizer. This organizer is useful for students new to complex numbers (sometimes studied in algebra II or precalculus), struggling learners, and also any learners who need very concrete instructions for solving these types of problems. Highly recommended for differentiating in mainstream classrooms and for pull-out mathematics classes. During the corresponding lessons, I make these available to all my students. Graphic organizers are also useful for students who have missed lessons and who need to be able to, as independently as possible, catch up to the rest of the class.