These informational text graphic organizers are designed to meet standards for the primary grades.
This huge collection of 45 graphic organizers is designed to address most of the primary informational text standards addressing key ideas & details, craft & structure and integration of knowledge & ideas.
You will find the link to download this free collection by clicking on the bold, green wording towards the bottom of this post.
You will find links to other graphic organizers at the bottom of this post.
These will be a perfect addition to your reading workshop!
We always suggest modeling the use of a graphic organizer with students before asking a child to complete one independently. Some students might also benefit from having a completed organizer on display so he or she can look for guidance while working. Having these models available helps students learn to practice independence by trying to solve problems before asking for teacher help.
You might choose to add organizers completed during a guided activity to reading notebooks so students have completed versions to refer back to as needed.
As always, this collection is designed by The Curriculum Corner and created to be a free resources for teachers. Teachers may copy for their own classroom use. You may not modify and resell in any manner. If there are questions, please contact us. Our goal is for our resources to benefit teachers by saving them money!
*****Download here: Informational Text Organizers*****
You might also be interested in our coordinating set geared towards kindergarten: Informational Text Organizers for Kindergarten.
We also have a set of organizers geared towards 4th and 5th grade standards: 32 Informational Text Organizers for 4th & 5th Grade Classrooms.
If you are looking to use these during your small group instruction, be sure to take a look at our Small Group Toolkit for Reading Instruction!