I have been making foldables for many years after I found Dinah Zike’s books for sale online. I own several of them and was so excited to see them used in textbooks, too. Here are few of the basic ones I do every year, and one new one I tried that is really fun.

Expressions

After seeing information on I Speak Math, I added the word “turn-around” to some of the phrases.

Order of Operations

Decimal Operations

Started making some pre-written instead of making the students write everything. I took some key words out.

Fraction Operations

And the coolest one of all, from the Fantastic Flexible Foldables, Integer Infinity Square by Carol DeFreese . There are some amazing ones at this website http://home.centurytel.net/cdefreese/foldables/. I took out some information…next time I will take out some more.

So Cool!!!!

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Your integers foldable is cool! I like the happy/battle analogy.

The infinity square is really awesome! Thank you so much!

Nice!

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Your entire blog, “Made 4 Math Monday – Foldables (Expressions, PEMDAS, Decimals,

Fractions and Integers)

The math foldables are really awesome!

Thanks!

DO you have any foldables on inequalities I could look at?

Hi! No inequalities foldable…sorry!