Graphic Organizers for Nonfiction Text & Research Projects: FREE

Product Description
This set of graphic organizers can be used in reading, writing, and science. Research, inquiry, and comprehension of nonfiction text takes practice. Teachers can model these important skills using the book How to Survive as a Shark by Kristen Foote. The skills can be applied by students using the graphic organizers included in this freebie.

Printable worksheets include...
-Note taking guide for facts and new vocabulary
-Questions before reading, during reading, after reading
-KWL Chart
-Can, Have, Art, Eat, Live chart
-Fact vs. Opinion

I've included a set to be used with the book "How to Survive as a Shark," as well as a set of blank graphic organizers that can be used with any nonfiction text.

These printables can be used to assist older students with their research projects. Younger students can use them at home with parents as they study and research different topics. These are also ideal for science centers and reading/writing stations.

Images created by Erica Salcedo are used with permission from The Innovation Press.
Total Pages
10 pages
Answer Key
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