Graphic Organizers - Digital and Paper Versions

Preview: 40 graphic organizers that can be printed and also includes the digital version to be used with the PicCollage App. Check out the video for tips on going paperless and using the PicCollage App in your classroom.

Do you use graphic organizers in your classroom? Graphic organizers are a way for students to organize their thoughts and share their understanding about a text that they've read or listened to. I recently updated my graphic organizers pack and wanted to share some of the updates. Each organizer got a font and graphic makeover. I also added 10 new organizers. There is also now digital versions for those paperless classrooms that rely on iPads or other tablets. Check out some of the pictures below to see the graphic organizers up close.
40 graphic organizers that can be printed and also includes the digital version to be used with the PicCollage App. Check out the video for tips on going paperless and using the PicCollage App.

Graphic Organizers for Fiction Text

40 graphic organizers that can be printed and also includes the digital version to be used with the PicCollage App. Check out the video for tips on going paperless and using the PicCollage App.
A lot of the graphic organizers that are designed for fiction include story elements. There are also options for making text to text connections as well as a listening center graphic organizer that can serve as accountability at your listening center.

40 graphic organizers that can be printed and also includes the digital version to be used with the PicCollage App. Check out the video for tips on going paperless and using the PicCollage App.
There are also several character graphic organizers that are perfect if you are doing a character study or reading books with strong characters or characters that change throughout the story like the ones shown above.

Nonfiction Graphic Organizers

40 graphic organizers that can be printed and also includes the digital version to be used with the PicCollage App. Check out the video for tips on going paperless and using the PicCollage App.
If you bought this product before I updated it, you will want to redownload it. I added several new graphic organizers most of which are designed to be used with nonfiction text. These will help students share their learning, document their unanswered questions and dig deeper into the text.
40 graphic organizers that can be printed and also includes the digital version to be used with the PicCollage App. Check out the video for tips on going paperless and using the PicCollage App.

How to Use the Digital Graphic Organizers

All of the paper versions of the graphic organizers are also available in a digital format. They are saved as picture files and sized to work with the app PicCollage. This is a free photo editing app but you can pay to remove the ads and watermarks.


The basic directions for using this in a digital format are to put the graphic organizers on your students' devices using Airdrop, Dropbox, etc. Then, they will open PicCollage, click Freestyle and then select the graphic organizer they want to use. Next, they will double click on the picture and select set as background. Now they can fill out the organizer using the add text feature. They will save the finished product. Then if you use Seesaw or another digital learning portfolio, students can upload the saved picture for you to look over. For more detailed instructions, check out the video below.


Are you ready to grab 40 graphic organizers designed to be printed as well as the digital version of all of those organizers?

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