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MOOD Graphic Organizers that can be used with ANY text (contains FUN clipart and fonts)


⭐ 9 Mood Graphic Organizers (in two variations)

⭐ PowerPoint version and Printable Worksheet version

⭐ 18 pages (Print and PowerPoint Slides)

⭐ Print and Digital (2 Google Slide Links)

⭐ Suitable for ANY Text and Grade

⭐ FUN Clipart Graphics, Fonts, and Borders

⭐ Uneditable (due to copyright purposes)

⭐ 9 Graphic Organizers X 2 Variations = 18 Graphic Organizers


This resource includes:

⭐ 9 Mood Graphic Organizers in Worksheet Form (Print and Digital)

⭐ 9 Mood Graphic Organizers in PowerPoint Form (PowerPoint and Digital)

⭐ 2 Google Slide Links (PowerPoint and Worksheet versions)

⭐ TWO DIGITAL VERSIONS (Google Slides / Text Boxes Already Created!)

 PowerPoint Slides (9 slides)

 Worksheets (9 slides)

(Both versions have the same exact content!!!)

These graphic organizers come in the following variations:

⭐ Print / PDF versions (9 Mood Graphic Organizers)

⭐ PowerPoint Slide versions (9 Mood Graphic Organizer Slides)

⭐ 2 Digital Versions –  PowerPoint Google Slides and   Worksheet Google Slides

⭐ 9 Graphic Organizers X 2 Variations = 18 Graphic Organizers



***This resource is also included in Google Slides! Text boxes have already been created to make it easier for you and your students! Each worksheet slide includes two instruction solution tabs for when students accidentally delete text boxes and when they want to zoom in (to enlarge worksheets). It’s super helpful for students who are not that familiar with how to use Google Slides or need the extra assistance.


► The mood of a piece of writing is its general atmosphere or the array of feelings the work evokes in the reader. Every aspect of a piece of writing can influence its mood, from the setting and the imagery to the author’s word choice.

► These Mood Graphic Organizers are an assortment of graphic organizers that can be used to help students explore and analyze MOOD in a piece of writing or story. Learning to identify the mood of a piece of literature helps improve comprehension. These graphic organizers vary in difficulty, which provides options for differentiation. The graphic organizers can be mixed and matched for an increase of difficulty. These graphic organizers can help students organize their thoughts when thinking about mood.

Graphic Organizers focus on the following:

☆ Mood created by Setting

☆ Determining Mood using Diction (Author’s Word Choice), Imagery, and Setting

☆ Inferring Mood using Details (including Character Actions)

☆ Examples of Mood and Evidence

☆ Why an Author Creates Particular Moods in a Piece of Work

☆ Mood Impact on Readers

☆ Mood Web


✅ Printable version

You can simply print out these graphic organizers and distribute. (Also included in Google Slides – Text boxes already created!)

✅ PowerPoint version

Also included is a “PowerPoint version” of the Mood Graphic Organizers with visually appealing fun clipart and fonts – UNEDITABLE – due to copyright purposes. They contain the same exact content in the printable/worksheets. PowerPoint version is also included in GOOGLE SLIDES – Text boxes already created!


You will receive the actual Mood PowerPoint Graphic Organizer (uneditable), which includes “already created” text boxes. You can share the PowerPoint with your students to type in their responses, use it as display (Smartboard, “screen sharing,” upload into Google Classroom, type in it during mini lessons, etc.). Additionally, the same PowerPoint has also been uploaded into Google Slides with text boxes already created!


Lesson plans are not included. These graphic organizers can be used in addition to your own lesson plans and in such a way that best meets the needs of your students.


Created by © Queen’s Educational Resources

Your purchase includes one copy to be used in a single classroom. If you are looking for multiple copies, please be sure to purchase additional licenses.


Please feel free to email me if you have any questions!

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