No Prep Graphic Organizers for Elementary Math

No Prep Graphic Organizers for Elementary Math

Do you use graphic organizers in all areas of your curriculum? I know we often utilize them in reading and writing lessons, but they are fabulous tools for any subject. They even work great in math activities!

A sequencing organizer can be used to plan out the steps of a multi-step problem. It’s amazing how separate boxes for each step can help keep a student organized when they need it!

A modified KWL organizer can be used to break down a word problem. What information do we know? What information are they asking us to find? And after we’ve solved it, what information did we learn?

A vocabulary square can be used to define a math term and show an example of the word. (I love this for geometry units, especially!)

Even though I know many teachers have used a lot of my graphic organizers in their math lessons, I have recently been adding specific math organizers to my store. So far, I have a pack of math problems organizers, a part-part-whole organizer set, and a resource that deals specifically with key words in word problems.

The math problems organizer pack includes eight different organizers that work great with word problems or problems that may be solved with a few different strategies.

The part-part-whole organizer set includes five worksheets that I suggest laminating or using in a plastic sleeve for students to use again and again when solving addition or subtraction problems.

The clue words organizer makes a great addition to any student’s math notebook and becomes a handy reference when reading word problems and trying to decide which operation is needed to solve the given problem.

I have a few more organizer packs just for math in the works that should be available this month (including the vocabulary square above), so be sure to check out my most recent resources or follow my store to stay up-to-date with what is available.

Happy Teaching!

Katrina Martin

Katrina Martin is the owner of Katrina's Resources and a B-6 certified teacher in New York State. She specializes in elementary education and curriculum development. You can read her blog at or view her educational resources on

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