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Graphic organizers: This package contains more than 35 generic graphic organizers that can be used for any subject, including K-12 English (ELA), history, math, science, social studies, and even foreign language topics in Spanish, French and German.  It also includes my popular Create Your Own iPhone templates, "Fakebook" profile, "Tweeter" Feed and "Pinnable" board.

Graphic Organizers Bundle for All Subjects (35+)

Free Graphic Organizers for Teaching Literature and Reading

THIS IS A GOLD MINE! Free and some modestly-priced Graphic Organizers for Teaching Literature and Reading (designed by a middle school teacher/shared at Daily Teaching Tools)

iTeach 1:1: Questioning Lesson and FREE Posters and Graphic Organizer

FREE Questioning posters, bookmarks, and graphic organizer. Before, during, and after reading questions.

Learn how to use graphic organizers to create reading lessons based on Common Core Standards. Watch this free webinar recording to discover just how easy it is!

Learn easy strategies for using graphic organizers to create reading lessons based on Common Core Standards! Free webinar from Laura Candler

A board dedicated to inspiring reading in the home, classroom, and everywhere in between! Anchor charts, book clubs, journals, and more. Join Us!

A board dedicated to inspiring reading in the home, classroom, and everywhere in between! Anchor charts, book clubs, journals, and more. Join Us!

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Would you like to learn how to use graphic organizers to create reading lessons based on Common Core Standards? You can easily create lessons based on informational text or literature. Watch this free webinar recording to discover just how easy it is!

Graphic Organizer: Making Inferences - 1 graphic organizer. Directions: Read the text to make an inference based on the information provided and what you already know. Remember, you want to reveal what the author isn't telling the reader directly. Featured in black and white and color.

Graphic Organizer: Making Inferences

FREE Graphic Organizer: Making Inferences - 1 graphic organizer Directions: Read the text to make an inference based on the information provided and what you already know. Remember, you want to reveal what the author isn't telling the reader directly.

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Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers for Middle School

Reading Comprehension: Middle School Foldables, Activities, and Graphic Organizers This 75 Page Package contains a variety of Reading Comprehension activities and resources designed specifically for the Middle School grades.

Nonfiction response ideas

10 Nonfiction Activity Ideas for Kids -- These would be great to put into a menu choice board for nonfiction book reports.

ELA standard W.6.3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, relevant descriptive details, and well-structured event sequences. The students will make this foldable to organize their ideas.

FOLDABLES: Graphic Organizer Examples

Teach n' Tex: Non-fiction Text Structure

Great Flip Chart~Exploring non fiction text structure based on the book Nonfiction Matters by Stephanie Harvey. Our school did a study on this last year and it really made a difference!

Awesome graphic organizer! Students add what they know to details from the text to make an inference or prediction. One of dozens of printables in Graphic Organizers for Reading $ #LauraCandler

Students add what they know to details from the text to make an inference or prediction. One of dozens of printables in Graphic Organizers for Reading: Teaching Tools Aligned with the Common Core

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