Over 100 free, printable graphic organizers for a wide variety of topics.
Denotation is the literal dictionary definition of a word. Connotation is the implied meaning and the cultural or emotional suggestions of a word. Directions: Write a word in the shaded box. Then write the denotative and connotative definitions below. Finally, draw a quick sketch that you associate with the word, and then label it as denotative or connotative. Suggested words for practice: Snake, Childish, Cheap and Chicken
In the beehive pyramid, list the steps of a process, and then summarize them in the box below.
Break notes into four sections. There are many applications for this generic notes form including: sequencing, steps to solving problems, story illustrations, eliciting prior knowledge, and main idea above with details below.
Review the week’s concepts with a learning log. This form asks students to consider:
- The most important thing I learned this week was…
- I was confused by…
- Next time I would like to…
Use this graphic organizer with a news article or a story to sort statements as fact or opinion.
This book review worksheet could be used as a part of an oral report, with a book read outside of class or with summer reading.
Plan a short story with the setting details, point of view, characterization, genre, and a graph of the plot.