This our original set of nonfiction graphic organizers for reading. They were created to meet informational text standards.
We have created this collection of graphic organizers to help as you teach your students how to read nonfiction texts. These are designed to fit first, second and third grade students. This original collection is older but we believe you will still find useful printables below.
When using graphic organizers in our classes, we feel that it is always important to model good use with students. This helps students visualize what is expected of them and shows them a complete example. We often do this with a favorite read aloud or a favorite passage from an informational text book.
These might be used during independent reading time as an exit ticket, during a social studies lesson or during small group instruction.
If you are looking for a newer and more complete set of organizers, be sure to check out our newer post. You will find 45 additional graphic organizers in our new collection here: Informational Text Graphic Organizers.
You might also be interested in our round-up of 211 graphic organizers addressing informational text and literature standards in K – 5th grades. 211 FREE Graphic Organizers for Reading
As always, our resources are designed for free classroom use, please do not modify and resell. Our goal is to always provide free resources for teachers! To help us keep these resources free, please share this post with your colleagues!
Click on the images below to download each nonfiction graphic organizer.
In addition to these nonfiction graphic organizers, you might also be interested in our reading unit of study. Another post you might be interested in is our unit of study on reading informational text. You will find this complete, free unit here: Informational Text Unit of Study