10 Sites for Creating Graphic Organizers

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  1. Exploratree (exploratree.org.uk): This is a great visual site with lots of templates for creating a mind map.
  2. Mind42 (mind42.com): This is an easy-to-use collaborative mind-mapping site with many different templates.
  3. MindMeister (mindmeister.com): This is a great mind-mapping site that allows you to embed them into a a blog or website.
  4. MindMup (mindmup.com): Fir mind maps or brainstorms, this is an easy-to-use site.
  5. Mindomo (mindomo.com): This is a brainstorming app that also allows users to flip their classrooms, collaborate, comment, and a whole lot more.
  6. Popplet (popplet.com): This is an app that allows students to think and learn visually by creating mind-maps and brainstorming.
  7. StoryboardThat (storyboardthat.com): This site features an educational portal that educators can use in a variety of ways to create timelines, storyboards, graphic organizers (t-charts, grids, etc.), and much more.
  8. TotSplash (totsplash.com): This is a fun site for creating and organizing ideas into a mind map or brainstorm.
  9. Webspiration (mywebspiration.com): This web-based program is popular for creating visual brainstorms that can quickly and easily be turned into an outline.
  10. WiseMapping (wisemapping.com): This is a great site for creating brainstorms and visual mind maps.