I’ve always preferred using graphic organizers for reading instead of Post-Its®. (I know, I’m committing a Readers Workshop sin by admitting this out loud.) I just don’t enjoy using those little slips of paper for reading responses. When I taught second grade, I would make journals with graphic organizers for each reading unit. It gave my students more room to write their responses. I also didn’t have to worry about collecting those little slips of paper. So, in honor of my love of graphic organizers, I’m sharing this website I found. You can find free graphic organizers for reading on DailyTeachingTools.com. The author has a variety of organizers for different reading skills and genres.
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