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Teaching Mathematics Using Foldables

Sometimes math classes can be very pencil-and-paper. Bring some color and dimension into your math class with foldables. Foldables are 3-D learning aids made from paper that create fun ways to involve students into their learning. Learn how to create activities and make instructional materials with foldables that will make your math class be the one every student wants to take.
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Teaching Mathematics Using Foldables
  • AD McDaniel says:
    The complete guide to understanding how to use foldables in mathematics. Here you can find in-depth instructions on how to create them and a plethora of math activities using foldables.
  • AD McDaniel says:
    Foldables can be used to create excellent study guides for tests and major concepts. Try having your students make foldables for these major middle school math concepts.
  • AD McDaniel says:
    One of the topics that students struggle with the most and lays the foundation for the rest of the math they will encounter. This video is a wonderful, clear, step-by-step for creating a foldable for equations that students can always use as a resource.
  • AD McDaniel says:
    A seventh grade math teacher struggled with disengaged students so she tried something new: introducing colorful foldables for her students to take notes with. She was amazed at what happened next.
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    One of the great benefits of foldables are they provide an organized way for students to take-notes, a vital skill that many math student have great difficulty with. Learn how foldables can make poor note-taking a thing of the past for your students.
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