for Printable Graphic Organizers
(Fiction) Story Writing
Reading Comprehension from ReadingQuest.org-
Strategies for Social Studies http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu/go/readquest/strat/
Printable reading comprehension organizers and instructions on
how to utilize them.
A graphic organizer which students can use when reading
about major events in history.
Graphic Organizer Worksheets from Teach-nology.com
Graphic Organizers (download
8 for free or sign up for a free trial)
Organizers from Teacherfiles.com
are a variety of graphic organizers to help your students communicate
their comprehension of These files are in PDF format.
indicate facts about the beginning, middle and end of the text they
Three sections for students to note cause and effect events from their
diagram that allows students to compare themselves to a character.
record ideas about two characters from the text they are reading.
Students design an identification badge for a character in their
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
have 4 sections to record their ideas about a character from the text.
record 6 facts they have learned and the most important fact from
prior knowledge and determine what has been learned with this handy
record text to self, text to text and text to world connections.
illustrate 6 things they have learned from their reading in scrapbook
record plot elements in a graphical format.
boxes allow students to record characters, setting, problem, etc.
record 2 things they enjoyed and didn't enjoy about their reading.
Graphic Organizers from Scholastic
The following organizers can be used with any book and across all grade levels. Use them to assess your students understanding of what they are reading, observe their thinking process on what you read as a class, as a group, or independently.
Thinking Skills and Reasoning Organizers -
Iowa Area Education Agency 267 https://www.aea267.k12.ia.us/curriculum/instruction/teaching-strategies/
Graphic Organizers for Content Instruction from an ESL specialist
A Collection of Graphic Organizers from EduPlace/ Houghton Mifflin
Go to the link above or click on the direct link below for the following organizers:
Collection of Graphic Organizers in PDF format, ready to print, can be found at
to the link above to see small pictures of each, or click a direct ink below:
and Charts Graphic Organizers
Graphic Organizers http://www.netrover.com/~kingskid/graphic/graphic.htm
Lots of Free Graphic Organizers for Primary Teachers.
Makers from Teach-nology.com http://www.teach-nology.com/web_tools/graphic_org/
The generators below will allow you
to make graphic organizers by filling out a simple form. The materials are made
instantly and can be printed directly from your computer. Your creations are
exclusive to you. If you would like to keep your creations, save them when you
make them. Currently, the following tools are available in this area:
Line Generators -
This generator can be used to make time lines of up to 14 events of your choice.
- Using an SQ3R chart is very helpful when reading long reading passages.
KWL Generator - Getting students to reflect on their learning is a difficult task. KWL's can help.
- Venn diagrams are a powerful way to graphically organize information.
Web Generator -
Try to reinforce the who, what, when, where and how of a concept. This can help.