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Grade Level Estimation: 1st
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Help your students organize their writing with venn diagrams, story maps, and more. Your kids can use the writing webs, chronological order charts to improve the organization of their writing.
Common Core alignment can be viewed by clicking the apple core ().
WritingWriting a Paragraph - Hamburger (no lines) Free
Use the hamburger organizer to design the perfect paragraph. This version does not have writing lines.Writing a Paragraph - Hamburger (with lines) Member
A slightly different version of the hamburger organizer. This version has writing lines.Writing a Paragraph - Flower (no lines) Free
Main idea or topic sentence goes in the middle. Supporting details go in the petals.Writing a Paragraph - Flower (with lines) Member
Same paragraph-writing flower as above, but this version has lines for writing.Writing a Paragraph - Robot (no lines) Member
Write the main idea on the robot's body. The details go on his arms and legs.Writing a Paragraph - Ice Cream (no lines) Member
Students organize their writing by putting their details in the ice cream scoops. Yum!Persuasive Writing Graphic Organizer Member
This organizer will help students plan their persuasive writing essays. There are boxes for opinion, reasons, and details. There's also a special box for a counterargument.Persuasive Writing (with Lines) Member
This is the same worksheet as above, except this version has lines in the boxes on which students can write.
WebsBasic Web: Main Idea & Details Member
Write your main idea in the center of the web and include four details. Includes writing space for students to write a paragraph.Advanced Web (Main Idea, Topic, Details) Member
This web includes space for a main idea, topics, and details.Web - 4 Free
This web has a circle in the center for main idea and four large circles for supporting details.Web - 6 Member
This web contains six sections for supporting details and one main topic section in the middle.Web - 8 Member
This web has 9 sections - one for topic and 8 for details.
Venn DiagramsVenn Diagram - No lines Member
Students can use this large Venn Diagram to compare and contrast. There's plenty of room for writing.Venn Diagram with Lines Member
This Venn diagram includes lines for writing.
T-ChartsT-chart with lines Member
A simple, printable t-chart with lines for writing.T-chart Blank Member
This t-chart does not have lines for writing.T-chart with numbered lines Member
Another t-chart. This one has numbered lines.
Concept WheelsConcept Wheel - 6 Spaces Member
Concept wheel with spaces for topic and 6 details.Concept Wheel - 8 Spaces Member
Concept wheel with spaces for topics and 8 details.
ReadingReading / Story Map - Simple Member
Setting, characters, beginning, middle, and end.Reading / Story Map - Intermediate Member
Setting, major characters, minor characters, main problem, solution.Character Comparisons 1 Member
Draw two characters. Then tell how they are alike and different.Character Comparisons 2 Member
Draw two characters. Tell what they do, say, and feel.
SequencingSequencing Film Member
Make a 6-panel sequencing film strip. Then cut it out and scroll the frames through a paper monitor.Sequence Chain (No Lines) Free
Write events in order on this graphic organizer. This version does not have lines for writing in the boxes.Sequence Chain (With Lines) Member
Write events in order on this graphic organizer. This version has lines for writing in the boxes.
KWLKWL (with Writing Lines) Member
On this K-W-L chart, you can write about what you know, what you want to know, and what you've learned.KWL (blank - without writing lines) Member
Same chart as above, but this version does not have lines on it.KWHL (with Writing Lines) Member
On a K-W-H-L chart, you write about what you know, what you want to know, how you can find information, and what you've learned.KWHL (blank - without writing lines) Member
Same K-W-H-L chart as above, but this version does not have lines on it.
Relationship TreesRelationship Tree (Basic) Member
This basic relationship tree has one main category that splits into two subcategories.Relationship Tree (Intermediate) Member
This intermediate relationship tree has one main category that splits twice into subcategories. This worksheet includes a blank relationship tree organizer and an example.Relationship Tree (Advanced) Member
This advanced relationship tree has one main category that splits three times into eight subcategories.
See also...Writing Worksheets
Practice basic writing skills with these writing worksheets.Timeline Worksheets
Printable timeline graphic organizers and timeline comprehension worksheets.