Folding Fun:  A Few Templates for YOU!

Folding white copy paper to create “foldables” is so much fun!  It is even more fun to use colored paper and/or markers (or other coloring supplies).

Last week, my best friend was white copy paper.  I decided to spiff up a few foldables that I have used in the past for order of operations.  I used to hand write them, but I thought it would be nice to have a printable digital copy.  Plus, if it is on the computer, my online math students can use it too!  I used two of my common foldable designs that I created templates for.

First Foldable Template:

I used this template to create the Order of Operations Logic Puzzles Foldable.

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You create six equal sections:

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Second Foldable Template:

I used this template to create the Order of Operations Foldable.

 

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front cover and back

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inside right and inside left

I usually use one of these versions of the second template because they are a little more basic:

Option 1:

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Option 2:

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If you are able to create something great for your classroom with these foldable templates, please share it with me! I can’t wait to see what you can come up with.  If you need help working with these foldable ideas, please contact me.

 

Looking for more foldables?

Check out the coordinate plane foldable.  Read about it here.

 

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