States of Matter Graphic Organizer

States of Matter G.O. STICKERI’ve got another graphic organizer for you! This is my second graphic organizer on states of matter. It would be effective to teach students with one graphic organizer and then test them with another (since they cover the same content). Using a second graphic organizer could be a good review right before an exam/state test also.

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Graphic Organizer: Causes of the War of 1812

War 1812 G.O.  STICKERI’ve had the most success teaching social studies when I let my students take notes and draw pictures of the event we’re learning about. I’ve made a simple graphic organizer to teach/summarize causes of the War of 1812 (just like I made a graphic organizer of the causes of the American Revolutionary War). This time I’m going to have my students find the answers from the textbook in groups.

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Life Cycle Graphic Organizer (Blank)

Life cycle graphic organizer blank STICKERI’m totally on a graphic organizer kick right now. Here’s my latest: a simple, blank graphic organizer for teaching life cycles. I think the standard idea of drawing a circle is confusing to kids. Somebody’s always bound to think you’re teaching them that the same animal comes to life again (which gets into religion, blah blah blah). So I’ve done mine along a line. As always, there’s space to write words and draw a simple picture.

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Graphic Organizer: Causes of the American Revolution

American Revolution G.O. STICKERI’ve found that letting kids take notes and draw pictures of social studies concepts helps them remember them. So I’ve made a simple graphic organizer to teach/summarize causes of the American Revolutionary War. The causes we’re going to put on the graphic organizer are: colonists wanted to make own laws, unfair taxes, and British troops in the American colonies.

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States of Matter Graphic Organizer

States of Matter STICKEROne of the most important parts of learning is to be able to connect the content to your own life. This is what I’m trying to help my students do with this worksheet on states of matter (3rd grade common core standard for science). When completing this page (identifying states of matter), I encourage the kids to find answers in their own lives: in the classroom, at their house, etc. This page works well as a homework page, so kids can walk around their house looking for states of matter.

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Character Sketch/Analysis Graphic Organizer

Character sketch graphic organizer sticker

Here’s a simple graphic organizer for elementary school character analysis. Click here for the printable PDF: Character Sketch graphic organizer  Enjoy!

 

First, Next, Then, Last Graphic Organizer

First Next Then Last graphic organizer

Here’s a free graphic organizer for your students to practice sequencing, summarizing or story writing. Great for literacy centers. Enjoy!

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First, Next, Then, Last graphic organizer