Vocabulary Graphic Organizer

  1. morrjm says:

    I love it!! Thanks!

  2. Katie King says:

    I do weekly writing prompts with my kids on the vocabulary words. For example, one of our words this week is tempting. I am having the students list and draw foods that are tempting to them and then write a sentence with the word. I found that they forgot the words too easily when they used the activity from our unit. Thanks for sharing this template!

  3. tiffany says:

    I had to laugh when you said you "found it" on the copier. I can't tell you how many times great things have been discovered abandoned on the copier!! Thanks for reworking it, looks great as always!!

  4. Ms. Morgart says:

    LOL…I have to admit….I have done it too!! I just can't help myself when I see a great idea that I can tweak a little 😉

    LOVE THIS!! Thanks!!
    Curls and a Smile

  5. Katie says:

    awfully persnickety of you… 🙂

    I love your printable! I always find that taking the most basic things and just making them a little more kid-friendly makes all the difference.. especially for ELLs

  6. Not that it has anything to do with this post – but I LOVE all your printables – labels, signs, etc. I especially love that they use Thistle Girls graphics since I already have some of those in my classroom, so it all matches already, without me having to do any extra work.

    Thanks again:)

  7. Kelly says:

    What a great idea, lends itself to so many abilities especially when you have a class of 31. Thanks for sharing.

  8. I absolutely love this. Thanks for sharing! As a new teacher I am collecting as many different ideas as possible. I can see this being one of my favorites for vocabulary.

  9. Getting ready for school to start I have been stumbling upon a bunch of great blogs and ideas. I absolutely love your ideas and files you are sharing. I really like this vocabulary graphic organizer, I would like to modify it for a bit for my third graders but am not sure how. Could you share how you modify it or create one with just the word, definition, picture, sentence, synonym, and antonym?

  10. Kristen says:

    Sorry Amanda, I do not have the original anymore–I store a lot of items like that on Google Docs or my computer would be overloaded! Thanks so much for stopping by!

  11. Amy says:

    Thanks for sharing this; it's fantastic! I had to pin it!

    Amy @ First Things First

  12. Mrs. S. says:

    Wow! I just saw this on Pinterest and just had to come and find it on your blog! Golly! Congratulations on everything. Thanks so much for all you share! You are amazing! Thanks a million for your tutorials, too! I ♥love, ♥love, ♥love them!

    Stapler’s Strategies for Sizzlin' Second Graders!

  13. slpcowgal72 says:

    This is great! I currently use something similar, but your layout is much more kid-friendly and fun to look at. Thanks for sharing!

  14. chari says:

    Hi! I found this on Pinterest and I really liked the idea for my kid. I hope you don't mind that I copied your idea and created my own version. Here's the link: http://pinterest.com/pin/29906784995661367/

    Thank you for sharing!

  15. I love your version of this vocabulary graphic organizer.

  16. Emily Powers says:

    I love this! Thanks for the freebie! I will definitely be using this. I love that it is simple and cute too!

    Teaching With Powers

  17. Barb says:

    Thanks so much! I use a version of this in my classroom, but this one is much nicer.

  18. mamabeck says:

    Thank you so much for sharing graphic organizers like this! I'm a homeschool mom of five, and my two elementary age children will be helped by something like this! God Bless! Becky

  19. Anonymous says:

    I've taught for many years and have five teaching areas. This year I am a new ESL teacher looking for materials for vocabulary instruction and I love this organizer! I already use a word map; I adapted amine from the Frayer model, but this one is better because it has more areas for information and is so kid-friendly!

  20. This is a fabulous graphic organizer! Always looking for great vocab ideas. Thank you!


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