Hello, it’s Tanya. I hope that you are having a spectacular week. I have more easily accessible free resources for you to use in your classroom.
Graphic organizers are traditionally one-page forms with blank areas for students to fill in with related ideas and information. You can use graphic organizers to structure writing projects and to help in problem solving, decision making, studying, planning research, and brainstorming. Look at the following websites and the variety of graphic organizers that they provide.
Edhelper.com has a variety of free, printable PDF graphic organizers for all grade levels and subject areas. This website provides the traditional graphic organizers and many creative styles that inspire students to participate and learn.
This website displays the graphic organizers by categories, presentation style, and language. The graphic organizers are available in Spanish and English. This is a good resource for students learning Spanish and those who speak Spanish and are learning English as a second language.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s Education Place website provides over 30 graphic organizers in English and Spanish. The graphic organizers are user-friendly with clear directions.
I hope that these three websites will help you as you develop creative lesson plans for your students. Go forth and be organized.