Graphic Organizers for Reading Comprehension Fiction

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Kristen Vibas
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2nd - 5th, Homeschool
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Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers, a must have for your Reader's Workshop, Guided Reading and Common Core instruction! This growing resource of engaging reading comprehension graphic organizers can be used with ANY fictional text.

Graphic organizers are effective tools that support all learners in building reading comprehension skills. They provide excellent opportunities to differentiate and allow students to respond at their own individual ability levels.

These graphic organizers are the perfect tools to support whole class lessons, independent reading, novel studies, partner work, guided reading groups, book clubs, and homework assignments!

54 Graphic Organizers & Growing!

-Main Idea and Details

-Story Elements (character, setting, problem, solution)

-Characters and Setting

-Problem and Solution

-Story Elements

-Reflection (2)


-Setting using the 5 Senses

-Important Events B-M-E (3)

-Story Map

-Point of View

-Character's Point of View

-Character Analysis

-Character Traits


-Character Development

-In the Character's Shoes


-Drawing Conclusions

-Determining Importance

-Making Predictions

-Making Connections

-Compare and Contrast Characters

-Compare and Contrast Books/Stories


-Making Inferences (2)

-Visualizing (2)

-A Look Inside My Head (using sticky notes)

-The Lesson (moral)


-Multi-Skill Reader's Response (2)

-Comic Strip Summary

-Summary -SWBST

-Summary - First, Next, Then, Finally

-Summarizing Major Events

-Characteristics of a Fable

-Characteristics of a Fairy Tale

-Fairy Tale Story Map

-Cause and Effect

-Cause and Effect - a chain reaction

-Types of Figurative language

-Identify Figurative Language

-Analyze Figurative Language


-Story Pyramid

-Sensory Words

-Historical Fiction (2)

This is a GROWING resource! Additional graphic organizers will be added as they are created, (usually updated annually).

Looking for NON-fiction graphic organizers? Take a peek HERE!

Graphic Organizers for Non-Fiction Text

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Total Pages
57 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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