# Tag: Math

### 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……

### 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……

### Factors and Prime Numbers List

Factors List: From 1-100
Prime Numbers List: 2-229

.pdf file

word document

### Blank Coordinate Planes – Reproducible

Free Blank Coordinate Planes (Reproducible):  6 to a page  Great for use in the math classroom!

Description:  Blank coordinate planes.  6 to a page.  Each coordinate plane includes -5 to 5 (5 spaces on each side of the x-axis and y-axis).  The graphs are not numbered.  The graph is dark, so it will……

### Order of Operations Quiz

OrderOfOperationsQuiz via pdf

This quiz can be used for middle school math.  I used it in 7th grade math last year…….

### Middle School Math Stations

I love using these middle school math stations every year in the middle school math classroom:

Middle School Stations – Evaluating Expressions and Order of Operations

Included:  23 page .pdf, 20 math stations (2 per page, 1 question per page), answer key, and student worksheet

Topics:  Order of Operations, Evaluating Expressions (no negative numbers included)

It……

### 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……