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Graphic Organizers-Mind Mapping

  • Bubbl.us (103)
    This is a Bubbl.us mind map. A mind map is a graphical representation of ideas and concepts. It's a visual thinking tool for structuring information, helping you to better understand, remember and generate new ideas.
  • Canva (124)
    Present information and ideas through visually-stimulating graphic organizers made with Canva.
  • Chart Tool Online (159)
    Charts are a great tool for communicating information visually. On Onlinecharttool.com you can design and share your own charts online and for free. We support a number of different chart types like: bar charts, pie charts, line charts, bubble charts and radar plots.
  • Coggle (96)
    The clear way to share complex information.
  • Cram (149)
    ONline Flashcards.
  • Ed Edraw (177)
    Make full use of the color, line, foliage and cliparts to create stylish graphic organizers. Edraw built-in graphic organizer templates give you inspirations and an easy start in teaching and learning.
  • Freeology (354)
    Over 100 free, printable graphic organizers for a wide variety of topics.
  • GoConqr (125)
    Our mission is to become the leading global platform for digital learning content in order to empower educators and learners to reach their full potential.
  • Graphic Orgaizer-Worksheets (108)
    Worksheets to help students learn the importance of organization in the academic world.
  • Graphic Organizer (Templates) (110)
    Graphic organizers are an essential tool for teachers to use in the classroom especially for reading, writing, and understanding concepts. Kids love being able to visualize new materials. The topic organizers (ranging from 3-8 topics) can be used for brainstorming and organizing everything from creative writing, to essays, to character development for stories. Pyramid charts and tree diagrams are best for demonstrating hierarchical relationships or for breaking down topics into their less important component parts. If you are looking for KWL charts, or variations thereof, this is the place to find them. Interesting, and perhaps unexpected, finds on this page include organizers drawn as a mouth with six teeth (that can be used as a topic organizer), a hand with (obviously) five fingers, and, for a fun change, a coat of arms that can be used for a wide array of exercises! The KWL/KWHL printables aid with lesson comprehension and information acquisition.