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Who What When Where Why Graphic Organizer Worksheet

Who What When Where Why Graphic Organizer Worksheet
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About This Product

If you want to give students extra practice with organizing information in reading, I have just the resource for you. The great part of this worksheet is that it can be used at any time with just about any text. This means the practice and exposure to this skill is endless for your students.


This Who What When Where Why Graphic Organizer Worksheet is a great way for your students to organize important information in their own words. The pie-shaped graphic organizer is easy to use and understand, making it a valuable tool for any teacher.

What You Get:

A 1-page printable PDF featuring a single graphic organizer.

How to Implement This Graphic Organizer:

This activity is perfect for students who are struggling with organizing information when they are reading a text, short story, or reading passage. This will help them practice and improve their skills.

Here are a few ways you may choose to implement this Who What When Where Why Graphic Organizer Worksheet:

-- You can print off this worksheet as a whole class set for each student to complete. If you are reading a story as a whole group, use that as an opportunity to complete the graphic organizer as a whole group. Guide students through each section of the pie as you think out loud about what details you need to include in that section. You will also use the text to help you find the answers you are looking for. By modeling how to complete the Who What When Where Why Graphic Organizer Worksheet, students will feel more equipped to complete it independently for other texts.

-- You can print off copies of the worksheet and laminate them, so that students can use them over and over again with dry erase markers. This makes a great reading and writing center activity.

-- This Who What When Where Why Graphic Organizer Worksheet can also be used as homework or an early finisher activity. Encourage students to see if they can find these important details for books they are reading in the classroom or have checked out from the library.


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What's Included

1 PDF with 1 printable page

Resource Tags

Note Taking Story ElementsGraphic Organizer WorksheetReading Graphic OrganizerReading ComprehensionWriting CenterShort Story

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