LOTS of great foldables!
A description of how to use foldables in the math classroom. She shares the foldables created for her 6th and 7th grade math classes (including Pre-Algebra). Foldables include slope, systems of equations, systems of equations word problems, dance steps to solving equations of a line, 3D geometry. Also, participants could bring the foldables they have created so we can have a sharing session.
Here is a great open house idea that was shared with me by a one of my friends & FABULOUS teacher. Mrs. Salsedo, incorporated her year end math review with some flip & foldable fun, turning it into an engaging project. She provided each student with the criteria for the project, assigned them a chapter from the math book and let them “have at it”.
Teacher incorporated her year end math review with some flip & foldable fun, turning it into an engaging project. She provided each student with the criteria for the project, assigned them a chapter from the math book and let them “have at it”.
Foldables, Graphic Organizers + PopUps (RoundUP via RainbowsWithinReach)
If you enjoy foldables, then you'll love these!
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an awesome possibility for an older student's first major book report! It would be so easy to 'adapt' these flap-categories to suit your needs depending on your grade level -- for older or younger students. There could also be more or fewer categories (flaps) as per the need of any given student or book summary. How clever to have the student's illustration continue from flap-to-flap!
Reading Foldables Graphic Organizers