Graphic Organizers for Personal Narratives. I use a few different graphic organizers that have made a world of difference to my young writers. This week I'm happy to share with you some of the tools I use to help make planning and writing narratives that are focused, sequential, and interesting a bit easier for my students.
I just fold into eighths, then unfold. Fold in half again and cut on the lines to the midline. Then you have 4 flaps! you can use this for just about anything, but I like to use it for sequencing, retell, narratives, or transition words. They write the transition words on the outside, then lift the flap to write what goes on that step.
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We're Going on a Bear Hunt sequencing activity. I cut off the noun at the end of the word strips, and the kids had to match the descriptions with the pictures. We also put the pictures in the order of the story. Used with We're Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen.