These blank templates are perfect for charting related data that don't have such clear separations.

If you're an "out of the box" thinker, or when the relationships you're charting aren't as straightforward as you'd like, these wheel diagram graphic organizers are a great tool! You can use these to separate variables into broad categories before trying to pin them down any further. As you refine the characteristics of the relationships, you can add more spokes, until you have all of the categories and divisions you need.

There's a reason Facebook gives you an "It's Complicated" option. Sometimes relationships don't fit into neat little boxes. If that's the case, use these templates.

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Wheel Diagram Graphic Organizers

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Wheel Diagram 2 Spokes

State a central idea, argument, character, etc., and list related data according to two broad categories.

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Wheel Diagram 3 Spokes

State a central idea, argument, character, etc., and list related data according to three broad categories.

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Wheel Diagram 4 Spokes

State a central idea, argument, character, etc., and list related data according to four broad categories.

Wheel Diagram 5 Spokes

State a central idea, argument, character, etc., and list related data according to five broad categories.

Wheel Diagram 6 Spokes

State a central idea, argument, character, etc., and list related data according to six broad categories.

Wheel Diagram 7 Moving Spokes

It appears like the wheel is starting to turn, in comparison to the above diagram.

Wheel Diagram 8 Spokes

State a central idea, argument, character, etc., and list related data according to eight broad categories.

Wheel Diagram No Spokes

State a central idea, argument, character, etc., and brainstorm all related data to generate categories.