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Finally! great application of foldables with the upper grades~ A Teacher's Treasure: FoldiFun Factory
Mean, Median, Mode, Range foldable for math notebooks, plus this link has lots of foldable ideas for all subjects
So many cool 'Foldables'! A Teacher's Treasure: FoldiFun Factory Maybe make 2 for cells???
A Teacher's Treasure: FoldiFun Factory. Need to try the site outside of China
Median, Mode, Range Foldable - A Teacher's Treasure: FoldiFun Factory
Mean, Median, Mode, Range foldable for math notebooks
A Teacher's Treasure: FoldiFun Factory, fun foldables
Math journal idea - a zillion foldable ideas
Math foldable: Mean, Mode, Range, Median
I can't wait to teach mean, median, mode, and range with this!!!!!!
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Here's a fun way to practice finding mean, median, mode, and range.-- OK, this lady`s whole blog is AMAZING. I follow all her boards, and I am still going through all her kid math ideas for the first time, there are so many. You`ll find solid art ideas, too, but I already knew most of them-- the math stuff rocks my world.
i is a number: Measures of Central Tendency Cootie Catcher or Fortune Teller but this one teaches mean median mode etc
i is a number: Measures of Central Tendency Cootie Catcher or Fortune Teller - mean, median, mode, range
Cool idea to teach math concepts: Measures of Central Tendency Cootie Catcher or Fortune Teller
Fun idea for teaching range, median, and mode! Make this a math station.
First, a PSA: Tomorrow is the first day of school! Hooray! Back to your regular programming... I've seen some academic uses of the so called "cootie catcher" or "fortune teller" and I decided to make one for my kids to use this week as we review measures of central tendency in Algebra I. Here's the basic template I made in Word. If you want the file, please just leave me a comment and I'll be happy to share download the PDF from Google Docs. Obviously, you could just have your kids fold a plain one and write things on it. I don't know my clientele yet, so I'm doing most of the work for them this time. The four corner squares are labeled mean, median, mode, and range. These are the measures of central tendency and variation that my students should have mastered in 7th grade. Generally, they come in pretty well prepared on this topic, with some of them mixing up the "m" words. I filled in everything but the solutions and definitions for them. There are 8 data sets given and there are places for the kids to write in the mean, median, mode, and range for each of the sets. My plan is for them to work in partners to "play the game" and collaborate on finding the answers for each data set, only recording their work if they both agree. They can then take this home as a study guide/review game. The colors on the words are just pretty. The colors around the data sets and answers are there to keep the kids from getting switched around. Again, you can download the blank template here if you missed the link above! If you'd like the filled in copy (in my lovely handwriting, sorry), you can get it from my updated post. How do you make review activities fun and unique to keep kids motivated?
Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array on your own grid - first to fill it wins. Or 2 players choose a different coloured pen each, use one grid and the player who cannot complete the last array is the loser. Like it!
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I LOVE easy dice games for fast finishers!! :) Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array on your own grid - first to fill it wins. Or 2 players choose a different coloured pen each, use one grid and the player who cannot complete the last array is the loser. Like it!
Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array. (Also a good way to build conceptual understanding of area being deconstructed into smaller rectangles - emphasized in common core standards) ****Could also be used for multiplication--arrays.
Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array on your own grid - first to fill it wins. Or 2 players choose a different coloured pen each, use one it!multiplication area Array Game
Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array on your own grid - first to fill it wins. Lots of other math ideas...scroll down to see this idea.
I don't teach math but this seems like fun! Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array. (Also a good way to build conceptual understanding of area being deconstructed into smaller rectangles - emphasized in common core standards)
Flip 10: Line cards up in four rows of five. Then flip two cards. If the Sum equals 10 keep the cards and replace the cars with two more from the deck. Next person's turn. If you can't make ten it is the next person's turn. The game ends when there are no more matches left. The person with the most cards wins.
Flip TEN-Fun addition card game from Guided Math! Kids line up cards in four rows of five. Then, they flip two cards over. If the sum of the two cards equals 10, they keep the cards and replace the cards with two more from the deck. The game ends when there are no more matches left. :}
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Flip TEN-Fun addition card game from Guided Math! Kids line up cards in four rows of five. Then, they flip two cards over. If the sum of the two cards equals 10, they keep the cards and replace the cards with two more from the deck. The game ends when there are no more matches left. Great math center game for early grades! -- doing this with my 2nd graders on math games day!!
Living Math Game - could use it when learning any addition facts! // Flip TEN-Fun addition card game from Guided Math! Kids line up cards in four rows of five. Then, they flip two cards over. If the sum of the two cards equals 10, they keep the cards and replace the cards with two more from the deck. The game ends when there are no more matches left. Great for the start of the year in ANY grade! Finding friendly numbers is a skill ALL kids need to practice!
alot of fun math games you can play with uno cards
Mean, Median, Mode~The 3 M's made easy!
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Very cute for learning median, mode, range, and mean!! For my math teacher friends.
Limerick to learn median, mode, and range. #math #teacher #classroom #ideas
Teaching math: rhyme for helping remember median/mode/range/mean.
Mean, median, mode, and range. Teaching math.
I'll have to show this to my math teacher!
I don't teach math....but this is clever!
YIKES... this JUST might do the trick with my group this year! Education,School,School Ideas,Teaching,Teaching ideas,
Better Bulletin Boards: Statistics Suits-mean, median, mode
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Interactive math bulletin boards using playing cards and finding the mean, median, mode, range, etc. Could be adapted for adding, multiplying, etc.
Interactive math board for mean, mode, median, and range. Could also be math center game? Draw 5-10 cards and find the appropriate data.
Interactive math bulletin boards using playing cards and finding the mean, median, mode, range, etc.
Interactive math board for mean, mode, median, and range. Could also be math center game? Draw 5-10 cards and find the appropriate data. -data analysis, probability, and statistical concepts
Interactive math board for mean, mode, median, and range. Stumbled upon this on pinterest tonight. It was made by my old assistant manager at School Box. Sarah did awesome bulletin boards! :-)
Interactive math board for mean, mode, median, and range. Great bulletin board website
math bulletin board/station for mean, median, mode, range!
Better Bulletin Boards... if I ever teach math again...
Great math idea!
Great anchor chart for math.
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Great anchor chart for math - I might have kids make this one on the first page of their math journal during the first week of class.
Students analyze the mistakes they make in math... Great thinking! from Math is Elementary (blog) Also find more free #math ideas here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Mathfilefoldergames/Price-Range/Free
MAKING MATH MATTER...I guess I should pin my own anchor chart....Teaching students how to identify the types of math mistakes they have made, and how to fix them. This is an extension of my 'Making Math Matter' chart.
MAKING MATH MATTER...anchor chart....Teaching students how to identify the types of math mistakes they have made, and how to fix them.
MAKING MATH MATTER...Teaching students how to identify the types of math mistakes they have made, and how to fix them. Relevant for all grades
Types of math mistakes I would make this poster less crowded/busy and easier to read for my kiddos Picture only...link doesn't go to anchor chart but to Mathiselementary's blog. Worth a look but no anchor chart.
Math Anchor Chart: Students analyze their mistakes in math. This is SO, SO SMART!! (Image Only)
math anchor charts - types of math mistakes anchor chart
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Foldables. Entire FREE downloadable book.
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Great downloadable PDF of Dinah Zike's Foldables. Great to use with a recent "pin" with lapbooks.....follow this link: docs.google.com/...
Dinah Zike's Foldables (free download) Love her ideas, use them alot with interactive notebooks!
Dinah Zike's Foldables (free download) Very Cool Resource to change things up and keep kids motivated :)
Dinah Zike's Foldables (free download) Directions for how to do several different shapes!
Dinah Zike's Foldables (free download)....have two of her books and they're great!
Dinah Zike's Foldables (free download) I LOVE FOLDABLES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dinah Zike's Foldables (free download) Especially for my Grade 1 colleagues!
Dinah Zike's Foldables (free download)#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
Dinah Zike Foldables book- free download!! These are great
Adorable pizza fraction foldable
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Fraction pizza: each kid makes their own with unique # of toppings, under each slice write the fraction for each topping. From Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons
fraction pizza foldable project...many more math ideas on this blog link
Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Fraction Pizzas
fraction pizza: Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons
Fun way to learn fractions: pizza fraction foldable
fraction pizza project @ Ellen Zambetti
Fractions - Pizza Fractions Idea
Fun with fractions pizza
Order of Operations Foldable.
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Mrs. Faurote...my junior high math teacher...she taught us this, and it has helped me with math ever since.
Order of Operations Foldable. i liked it better when we called them brackets.
Order of Operations Foldable. Remember: Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally
Order of Operations foldable- I like the grouping of M/D and A/S.
Order of operations foldable with Mult/Div etc on same flap
Order of Operations Foldable. # Pin++ for Pinterest #
Zombie Math Teacher: Order of Operations Foldable
Order of Operations Foldable. math is my weakness
Order of Operations Foldable. Go left to right
Foldable - Mean, median, mode, range - outside
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Fabulous Fourth Grade: Foldables( note to self: make Gabbie a math notebook using 3 ring binder these foldable ideas
Free Math Foldables For Downloading | Fabulous Fourth Grade: Foldables by thelma
Mean, median, mode, and range (plus other good 4th grade foldables)
Foldable - Mean, median, mode, range - outside-- Math Journal
4th grade foldables. I need this for my statistics class!
Lots of great foldable ideas here, even cootie catchers.
Great ideas for teaching math concepts
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This chart will be useful when students come to story problems. Great key words!
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This chart will be useful when students come to story problems. Great key words! Use idea for hanging charts on cinder block walls
Look how this is huge up.... Need to do this with my anchor charts... Tablets for each subject area? This chart will be of great use for Common Core math when students come to story problems. Great key words!
This chart will be of great help to students when they come across word problems (story problems).
Great Key Words for Problem Solving Anchor Chart plus a free foldable organizer to use with it
Word Problems: Chart with story problem key words
Which operation? Story problem anchor chart.
Story problem key words anchor chart
Math Anchor Charts
Using “Key Words” to Solve Math Problems: Lame x Lame
Fold it Up! Blog post with FREE "foldable" for fraction, decimal, percent conversion.
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INB: Percent-Decimal-Fraction Conversion Foldable #inb #middleschoolmath #foldables
Fraction, Decimal, Percent Fold it Up! by Middle School Math Moments
Fold it Up! Math fraction decimal percentage
Middle School Math Moments (and more!): Fraction, Decimal, Percent Fold it Up!
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Fantastic Foldable Freebies Link Up! Over 2 dozen blog posts with free foldable ideas including for many subject areas.
Corkboard Connections: Fantastic Foldable Freebies Link Up! Love foldables for our interactive notebooks.
I can't remember if I've already pinned this. Gotta hate it when that happens! Fantastic Foldable Freebies Link Up! Over 2 dozen blog posts with free foldable ideas including for many subject areas.
Corkboard Connections: Fantastic Foldable Freebies Link Up! Dozens of blog posts with great examples of foldables!EXACTLY WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR ! MATH JOURNAL FOLDABLES
So many different foldable ideas! Corkboard Connections: Fantastic Foldable Freebies Link Up!
Corkboard Connections: Fantastic Foldable Freebies Link Up--links to many foldable ideas.
Fantastic Foldable Freebies Link Up! - Love the math journal!
Since posting about my rudimentary math journals the first time- I've had quite a few visitors to this little blog. It has helped me to be more reflective about my adventure into math journaling this year and start planning for next year! Here are few pictures of what is included in our journals: We incorporate our math vocabulary We store our multiplication table and our flash cards We make foldables to enhance our understanding We paste our wordle creations We copy our anchor charts We create graphic organizers We solve problems! Basically, we do all of our concept work in these journals. It has been so much fun diving into math journaling. In the years past I have stuck to the Everyday Math curriculum and haven't deviated from it. This year I have seen a big difference in my students. First of all, their understanding of math vocabulary is amazing! Even with third graders we usually struggle with reading and understanding the connection between certain math words. I am so proud of how my group this year has taken responsibility for the vocabulary themselves. When there is a word they don't understand- they are so ready to stop and figure it out instead of just attempting a problem (like I usually saw). I also see that their number sense has improved. I'll never forget my first year of teaching third grade- I went through the whole unit on fractions and then we looked at fractions on the number line in our classroom- and I had a student ask me if fractions were like real numbers? As in, fractions belong in the same group as the numbers I have seen all year on the number line? I was shocked. This year I am continually amazed at their ability to work through new concepts on their own. We were working on fractions on a number line and I had my trusty lesson ready to go- when I showed them the number line and asked if they could find any fractions on it, they had a million! There went my lesson-but I had them journal about it instead! Next year I will teach 2nd grade and I want to start my littles on math journaling right away. I can only imagine the quality of their journals when I loop with them to third grade! I am sure that they will rise to the occasion but I keep wondering about what exactly second graders are capable of in the beginning of the school year. So, all my first and second grade teachers, what can I expect from them? How do you use journals?
Laura Candler at Corkboard Connections is having a Fantastic Link Up....a Fantastical Foldable Link Up! Since I use foldables so much in my class, I thought I would create a post dedicated to some of them that I have used in the past. I LOVE foldables. They are so useful and handy. The kids love folding the paper, it keeps them engaged in the learning, and, best part of all, NO COPIES ARE NECESSARY!! Paper and a pencil are the only requirements (though scissors and a stapler *do* come in handy sometimes). They lend themselves well to any content area and the same fold can be used without the kids saying "We did this before". What could be more fabulous than that? So here are a few foldables that I have used in my class with great success. This is a simple one to create. The students folded a piece of paper in half. They then cut the TOP sheet into however many sections we needed. You can see from the pictures below that one is cut into fifths and one into fourths. On the outside, you write one piece of information, on the inside is usually the explanation. On this foldable, the students were learning about the types of sentences. They wrote the definition of that sentence and then an example on the inside. This one was for fact and opinion. The students wrote evidence WHY it was a fact or opinion on the inside. For this foldable, the students folded the paper in half, then when opened, brought the sides in to form what looked like doors. I use this type of foldable A LOT! It is great for comparing things or showing how certain things are related in some way. Misused verbs Special Cells This foldable was a completely different fold, with no scissors necessary. When the students put the flap down, it had 4 triangles coming into the center of a square. We used this one to show how two different myths had the basic qualities and traits that all myths share. So there you have it. Just a few different foldable ideas. I have many more that I use in class (just no pictures for some reason!) They really can be used in all different areas of the curriculum...even though most of my examples are from Language Arts. ;) How do you use foldables in your class?
Math Journal Sundays
Foldables for Math
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foldable for 3D shapes (net, characteristics, volume, and surface area)For interactive notebook.
Math Journal Sundays: Math notebooking ideas from http://rundesroom.blogspot.com/
3D shape nets - glue only one side down, write attributes inside (math journals)
MATH: foldable for 3D shapes (net, characteristics, volume, and surface area)
Great idea for 3d shapes. Could be put in math journal.
Math Journal Entry for 3D shape: Cube BRILLIANT!
Geometry cube inside math journal - cool!
Math Journal Entry for 3D shape: CUbe
Great Math Idea
Order of Operations Foldable
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Math = Love: Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Foldable and Graphic Organizer Template to Download via Heather
Math = Love: Order of Operations (PEMDAS or Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally) Foldable and Graphic Organizer Template to Download
Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Foldable and Graphic Organizer - Inside Parentheses, Exponents, Multiply/Divide, Add/Subtract
This may help Brianna!!! Math = Love: Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Foldable and Graphic Organizer Template to Download
great visual!! Order of Operations Foldable: great for math notebooks!
Interactive Notebook Pages-Math Journal
Free Printable Posters For Your Classroom Bulletin Board Ideas Free Forms for Classroom Use Free Interactive Notebook Resources This blog page started out as an attempt to organize all of the foldables, templates, and graphic organizers that I have created. When I first started creating them, this method of organization worked well. After all, there weren't that many of them. As I became more obsessed with interactive notebooks, the number of files created grew exponentially! So, for some time, this page has been sadly out of date. In a recent attempt to organize my INB resources, I created a pinterest board with links to every single notebook page I have ever done with my students. If you are looking for foldables, notebook pages, etc. I am going to send you there. It's very visual, and pinterest does an awesome job of organizing all of the pictures. To find the file you are looking for, visit the pinterest board, click the image you are interested in to enlarge it, and click the enlarged image to be directly linked to the page on my blog where the file can be downloaded. To view or download each file, please click on the image. Frayer Model (6 to a Page) Integer Operations Work Mat Properties of Equality Graphic Organizer Properties of Real Numbers Mathematician Research Project College Algebra Real Number Line Project Instructions Order of Operations Graphic Organizer Order of Operations Foldable Real Number System Graphic Organizer Blank 6 Door Foldable Blank 4 Door Foldable Blank 3 Door Foldable Slope Intercept Form (y=mx+b) Foldable Plus and Minus Signs for Interactive Notebooks HOY VUX Foldable (Blank 6 Door Foldable!) Interactive Note Booklet over Standard Form of Linear Equations Standard Form to Slope Intercept Form Cut and Paste Activity Road Trip Project (1-3 Day Project Originally Created for 8th Grade Pre-Algebra) Deal or No Deal Probability Worksheets Calculate Probability While Following Along with the Online Version of the Game Characteristics of Graphs and Functions Foldable Absolute Value Age Guessing Activity Graphing Absolute Value Equations Foldable Graphing Linear Inequalities Graphic Organizer for Interactive Notebooks Parts of a Radical Graphic Organizer Vocabulary Knowledge Rating Survey Foldable - Radicals The Birthday Cake Method Notes
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LOTS of great ideas on this site. Foldables, hands on activities, study guide ideas, etc. Great for Jr. High & High School classes.
Math Foldable with slope no active link ....need to investigate to find the rest
Math Foldable with slope...they may not need this today but they will some day.
Math Foldable with slope # Pin++ for Pinterest #
Ton of math foldables and general teaching ideas
Math Foldable with slope foldables
SLOPE - Math Foldable with slope
Math Foldable with Slope
A bunch of fun timers for the classroom.
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A bunch of fun timers for the classroom. the kids will love these! - They just add some extra fun to the usual countdown timers.
A bunch of fun timers for the classroom. Maybe this will speed up the clean-up process http://www.online-stopwatch.com/classroom-timers/
Lots of online timers or stopwatches...very easy and fun to use with your students!
A bunch of fun timers for the classroom- SMARTBoard here I come!
fun smartboard timers
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Another great foldable from Runde's Room. Her blog is giving me goosbumps. It has so many great ideas!
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Math Journal Ideas add definitions, examples, or properties
Math Journal Ideas-this one is good to start the year with!
<3 Interactive Math Journals ... Gotta try these!!!!
Math journal ideas. Awesome resource for kids.
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Great math ideas.
I'm LOVING my math journals this year. We've only done 3 entries so far, but I've had so much fun with each one. I'm going to use foldables a lot this year in our journals (the students are really enjoying this) - and have used two already. I know I've already posted some pics of our math journals, but I plan on doing one blog post each week about what we've included. And Sunday seems to be a great day to do this. So here goes ... We have started decorating our covers with magazine letters. I thought we'd be done decorating them by now, but with our Spirit Day and Terry Fox Run, time got away from us this week. I plan to give the students time to finish decorating their journals this week. We made a table of contents on the first page (front and back) for the students to use as a reference. Our first entry was a foldable for Operations. This isn't our first math unit, but I thought it would make a great first journal entry because everything we do is related to operations. To make this one we made a square, then folded each corner into the middle. Inside this foldable we included the definition for each answer word - example: "Sum" is the answer to an addition question. We also included a sample solved problem. This was a great beginning of the year review. Patterning is actually our first math unit (we call them strands). We used this foldable to review the two types of pattern rules: recursive and explicit. To make this foldable we folded our rectangular sheet in uneven thirds - the smallest third was this little lip at the bottom (called a matchbox fold) that we folded up at the bottom. Cut the top third in half. (Wow - this is hard to explain - good thing I'm including the pictures). Underneath the flaps we wrote the definition and an example for the two types of pattern rules we study. I'm really encouraging the use of colour in our journals - I want students to "make it their own", and this is one way to do so. The last entry of the week wasn't related to our patterning unit, but I wanted to include it in our journals because it was such a large part of our Oreo Day. We used the stacking totals from each student to find the mean, mode, median, and range from our data. I really wanted to include a foldable, but we ran out of time (the story of my life last week). We will study mean, mode, median, and range again this year in our Data Management strand, so I'll do one then. I'm already thinking about ideas for new foldables next week. I've never been so excited about a math journal before. ;) Happy Sunday!!! Interactive Math Journal Interactive Math Journal 2 Building Better Math Responses Math Concept Posters InLinkz.com
Mean, Median, Mode, Range Flippable
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Mean, Median, Mode and Range Flippable for Interactive Notebooks. I don't teach math, but could see this being helpful for my own children.
Mean, Median, Mode and Range Flippable for Interactive Notebooks. This type of foldable with simpler text for 4th graders.
Mean, Median, Mode and Range Flippable for Interactive Notebooks Can do for learning science graphing
Mean, Median, Mode and Range Flippable for Interactive Notebooks Can I modify for normal distribution?
My first TPT purchase-- Mean, median, mode foldable for Interactive notebooks. Great tips on INBs!
Mean, Median, Mode and Range Flippable for Interactive Notebooks. Like the foldable style
mean median mode and range foldable for math notebook
Math - Interactive Notebooks
We are participating in Primary Possibilities Linky Party! Today I am so excited to guest post on Meg's blog! First, I should probably tell you a bit about myself. My name is Jennifer Smith-Sloane and I am in my 10th year of teaching. I just began teaching Special Education Math for Grades 3-8 through Texas Virtual Academy after the past four years teaching 7th and 8th Grade Math and Resource Math and 2nd and 5th grades prior to that. Over the past 3 years, I have been using Interactive Notebooks in my math classes and have LOVED every minute of it (possibly more than my students at times). I spent a lot of time this summer creating materials for the first few units for both of my 7th Grade Math and 7th and 8th Grade Resource Math classes and have continued to develop them all year! Once of the first Flippables that we created was for Converting Fractions, Decimals and Percents and my students still refer back to this regularly. The file in my Teachers Pay Teachers store includes the Flippable Template, the labels for the outside, as well as the steps and example for the inside. Another one that my Resource Students created was over Mean, Median, Mode and Range and we used the inside to create a Frequency Graph over how many hours that we each slept before finding the Mean, Median, Mode and Range. The Flippable Template, the cut out pieces and graph are all included in the Mean, Median, Mode and Range Flippable in my Teachers Pay Teachers store. Since I love created Flippables so much, I worked on creating a Flippable Template Pack including 51 templates for various Flippables to have on hand. And because I love them so much, I have them available for only $9.99 this weekend only! Grab them before Sunday at Midnight when they will go back up to $14.75! Now, if you would like to try a Flippable Template for free, I have offered up the Envelope Flippable Template as a Google Doc download. Simply click on the picture to download it for FREE! The FREEBIE is blank and ready for you to use to hold vocabulary cards, spelling words, sight words, etc. The sky is endless! It would also be great if you had a paper manipulative you wanted the students to keep handy. I would love to have you follow me through any of the following different ways. And thank you so much Meg for allowing me to be a guest blogger for you today as a part of the Blog Hop! Blog Facebook Twitter Pinterest and the new All Things Upper Elementary Collaborative Blog! -- Jennifer Smith-Sloane
Fifth grade math station at Scarborough Elementary
Range - highest minus lowest Median - number in the middle Mode - number repeated most often Mean - average