Graphic organizers are a great tool to help your students to not feel overwhelmed when they are needing to work on a project or writing a paper.
Graphic organizers can be used as a guide to help your students to fill in all of their thoughts on what they have been reading or learning about. They are especially helpful for visual learners, as it helps them to visualize their thoughts right down on the paper in front of them.
It is a great tool to structure thoughts, and get them out on paper in an organized fashion that makes sense to them. They can be visually appealing with the different bubbles and squares, and helps with students who are creative and like to doodle with their work.
They work great for students that are needing to break down a big book for a book report or for a long paper. That’s why we love using them for any reading and literature projects we may have in the middle and high school years. They work well for struggling learners in elementary grades too.
I have gathered up lots of graphic organizers that would be helpful for your visual learners! There are tons to choose from with character development, and even comparing and contrasting movies. These would be fun to put into a language arts binder as well.
FREE Graphic Organizers for Reading and Literature:
This Reading Mama has different graphic organizers for teaching text structure:
We have created some high quality graphic organizers for Language Arts and Reading perfect to supplement with:
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FREE Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers and Templates Volume 1 – This 13 page unit includes four printable exercises that your children can use with any book they are reading. It will help them to chart the growth of their favorite characters in the story.
More FREE Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers and Templates Volume 2 – This unit has four organizers and templates that will teach your children about cause and effect. They can be used with any book your child is reading.
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