38 Graphic Organizers {Free}

Depending on your student, the easiest way to convey a concept or encourage output may be a graphic organizer. And here are 38 free graphic organizers from Houghton Mifflin already constructed for you!

Help your … children classify ideas and communicate more effectively. Use graphic organizers to structure writing projects, to help in problem solving, decision making, studying, planning research and brainstorming.

The free downloads include:

  • Flowchart.
  • Story map.
  • Observation chart.
  • Cluster charts.
  • Spider map.
  • Timeline.
  • Many more!

Many of these graphic organizers focus on determining or brainstorming a topic and can easily be used as another narration tool. You may also find them useful when it comes to getting more out of your literature-based studies.

Perfect addition to the homeschool handy-mom’s toolbox — and free!

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