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Allison j.d.m Craig- This could easily become our favorite site! Graphic Organizers, foldables, Dinah Zike, book report

Graphic Organizers, foldables, Info with links to Dinah Zike's Foldables

Her site has ideas for a bunch of "foldables" aka graphic organizers. Some ideas are neat, but be warned: she uses the word "LUV" a lot.

Foldables, Graphic Organizers + PopUps (RoundUP via RainbowsWithinReach)

foldable book report (and lots of other foldables too)

Would be great for sequencing or planning a writing piece. I can see my lower functioning students drawing a picture for each, or cutting/pasting pictures or phrases while higher functioning students write sentences.

Causes & Effects Graphic Organizers Elementary Level Ideas

"Good writers tell their story in order of how it happened." #teaching #writing

Foldables Fun! A huge packet of foldable templates, directions for use, examples. 42 page packet includes 20 different foldable templates, including: Windowed Wheel, Triorama, Flower Foldables, Shutters, Flap Foldables, Layered Booklet, Accordions, Mini Books Envelope, and More! There are hundreds of ways to use foldables in the classroom. These interactive graphic organizers are perfect for note-taking, book reports, fact study, vocabulary, sequencing, project display, etc. Love this!