This product includes 20 of my very favorite Graphic Organizers! I love to use graphic organizers in my classroom because they are so adaptable, and extremely effective in aiding what can be abstract concepts! The best part about this product is that so many of these graphic organizers can be used for any subject: Math, Science, Social Studies, Guided Reading, Writing, Language Arts...etc! These graphic organizers are great for information or non-informational texts, close reading, and fiction and non-fiction! Let me know what you think, if you have a favorite graphic organizer you would like added, or if you have any questions! As always I love your feedback and love to hear from you especially about how you plan, or how you used the product! ***Remember to follow my store Teaching on Lemon Lane to stay up to date on the latest products, sales, and FREEBIES!
This product includes the following Graphic organizers:
Cause and Effect
Fact vs. Opinion
Main Idea and Supporting Details
Sequence of Events
2 Circle Venn Diagram (Compare and Contrast)
3 Circle Venn Diagram
Web / Bubble Chart
K.W.L. Chart (What I know, What I want to know, what I learned)
Problem / Solution
Story Map (Character, Setting, Problem, Solution, Beginning, Middle, End)
Step by Step (Sequential Order, List Directions)
Sensory Image ***LOVE THESE read below to learn more!***
5 W's + 1 H (Who What Where When Why How)
***Each of these Graphic Organizers have been created to fit on a 1/2 sheet of paper, saving you prints ;) and they are the perfect size for any type of interactive notebook!
If you have not used sensory images in your classroom.... I highly recommend them. This is easily one of my favorite graphic organizers. Sensory images are AWESOME for book reports, character analysis, social studies, Interactive notebooks, and even a get to know you! Sensory images give students an opportunity to discuss a "subject" on a much deeper level. They must make inferences about the character, what does the character think, say, smell, see, taste, hear, feel, fear, hope...etc the possibilities really are endless. I have found that my students are able to connect to characters and understand characters more fully after completing a sensory image.