Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Graphic Organizers

Ok....I have to admit that I LOVE writing! There is nothing better than giving my kiddos a fresh blank graphic organizer and watch as they fill it with their writing.  I work with first and second graders in small Literacy Groups each week.  My favorite part of the week is WRITING!  Usually after Christmas Break, I begin to use graphic organizers with my firsties.  I was having a difficult time finding exactly what I wanted...so I had to create them.

 

This packet has 26 graphic organizers in it.  Each organizer has 2 copies...one with lines and one without lines.  Sometimes those little ones need a little help ;)  
Here are some samples of organizers I have started to use during groups:


Here are some completed (unedited) organizers from my second graders:


If you leave a blog post comment, I will choose two random winners to win this packet.  I will post the winners Friday!

Here are the winners for Stephanie's  St. Patrick's Day themed Sentence Scramblers.



 Congratulations..Special Teacher for Special Kids & Suzie Cahalane!

Enjoy your week!
Kathi

 

19 comments:

  1. These are fantastic !! I would love to win them, and they would work perfectly in my classroom. Thanks for the opportunity! :)

    Kelly
    First Grade Fairytales

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  2. Wow, I like them. vhair61215@gmail.com

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  3. What a great resource. I could really use them.
    Kim
    Muek@comcast.net

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  4. I love using graphic organizers with books we read, then using the same ones for students to write the same genre. These look perfect! Thanks for the opportunity.

    Rebecca
    rebeccahallock@yahoo.com
    Ladybugs Lounge

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  5. Wow your graphic organizer pack looks amazing! I love how you made them lined and unlined.! Thanks for the opportunity to win them! :-)

    Karyn
    Kideducator@comcast.net

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  6. So many fantastic graphic organizers! They are so fantastic!

    thepolishedteacher@gmail.com
    ThePolishedTeacher

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  7. I love graphic organizers! FIngers crossed...

    tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  8. These would be amazing for my first graders. Awesome!
    Maria
    meemsickle@gmail.com

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  9. I love these! I am always looking for ways to do a better job of helping kids get their ideas organized and written down. I am loving your samples! Such great work! Thanks for sharing- here's to hoping I win! - Jennifer Steinacher
    jsteinacher@meeker.k12.co.us

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  10. I love writing with kids also! You're graphic organizers look great (and you can never have too many!)
    Heather
    heatherschmidt411@gmail.com

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  11. These are awesome! These would be helpful for my little ones who are still struggling with writing. Thank you for the chance to win!
    Tina
    spoiledbrattinadavis@gmail.com

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  12. So great! My kids would love to have this as part of our collection! :)

    Thanks so much!

    nring@dg58.org

    Nicole
    A Frenzy of Fun in 1st Grade

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  13. What a great assortment of graphic organizers! Excellent job!

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  14. What a great package of graphic organizers! I am a new scheme teacher and desperately need all the help I can get. I would love to add this package to my kitty. Thank-you for the opportunity!

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  15. I love the variety of graphic organizers:)
    Tammy
    The Resourceful Apple
    theresourcefulapple@gmail.com

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  16. Graphic organizers help SO much and yours look fantastic! I teach 2nd and am looping down to 1st in the fall, so these will be perfect now and later! I am hoping for some random generator luck! (Thanks for making these--going on my wishlist, too.) cbwirfs@gmail.com

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