It's Made 4 Math Monday again!
After looking through my new Dinah Zike foldables book, I was inspired to make some foldables of my own. While the CD ROM that comes with the book has lots of templates, there's not much that you can customize. It uses Adobe Acrobat. You can only add text to some boxes; others you can only add images. After creating one foldable for my Algebra I class on all the properties they need to know (there's 10!) I decided to make my own templates in Word.
I started with a 4 section foldable for operations with integers. I left the inside blank for the students to write the rule for each operation along with an example. They can color letters on the front. I also included directions on the section that will be glued into the notebook. It says where to cut, where to fold, and where to glue. This will eliminate mistakes (hopefully).
After integers, I used the same template to make a similar foldable for decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers. I think they will look great printed on colored paper.
You can get any of the foldables (or all 4 in a value pack) in my stores: TpT or TN.