Updated: May 31
On the eleventh day of Tech-mas,
I'm happy as a clam
With graphic templates
We teachers are notorious for sharing (begging, borrowing, & stealing) resources. In the spirit of not reinventing the wheel, here are a couple of our very favorite places to find free graphic organizer templates. All of these resources are royalty-free, so plunder to your heart’s content!
First, our friends at AVID have created a sizable collection of free graphic organizers. Whether you're looking for colorful exit tickets, diagrams for categorizing items, or even a simple game board, this website has it all!
If you're looking for something a little more creative, check out Cynthia Nixon's latest free resource: a snazzy Instagram post template.
This template has a lot of possibilities--you might use it to capture your students' attention by wrapping up some lesson content '#IG'-style. Or, go a step further by assigning the Google Slides template to your students. Add your own instructions to turn this generic graphic into an opportunity for students to show what they've learned today (TIL = "Today I Learned...").