Tag: interactive math notebook

GCF Foldable – 4 Methods

The GCF foldable and videos below show four methods that you can use to find the G.C.F. (greatest common factor).  See the steps and examples that I chose for the GCF foldable below.

Method 1:  Make a List
Steps:

1.  List all factors for both numbers.

2.  Identify all common factors.

3.  Select the biggest factor that both……

Divisibility Rules Foldable

How did I create my divisibility rules foldable?

First, I decided how to word the divisibility rules.  I based my rules off of a poster that I have for free here.  The only thing that I changed was adding a “or 0” to the divisibility rules for 2.  Eventually, I will……

Create a Foldable on Any Topic

How do I create a foldable on any topic?

SECTIONS:

I decide how many sections I will need based on the topic I plan to use.

For example, if……

How to Make a W-Shaped Accordion Style Foldable

I love using foldables in the classroom.  Feel free to use the images and/or video to help your students create their w-shaped accordion foldable.

Divisibility Rules Poster Options

Are you looking for a divisibility rules poster?  I am working on converting old anchor charts and notes to typed posters.

Divisibility Rules Poster Options:
Color:

Black……

Invisible Math

Math is invisible?  What does that mean?

Well, these parts of math aren’t really invisible, but we do have plenty of 1’s that like to hide and only pop out when needed.

For example:                        y = 1y                    ……

Coordinate Plane Foldable

This is an example of a coordinate plane foldable for use in an interactive math notebook.
How can you make it?

First, make sure that you cut your graph paper so it is a perfect square.  Next, fold all four corners to the middle. Write the Quadrant Numbers on the Outside.  Then, draw an x- and y-axis on the……