Foldables

Foldables


Foldables
Foldables are such a great way to help students remember what they learned. It is also a great resource that they can look back at if they need to.

Author's Purpose Foldables
This is a great way to help the students understand where they may find these types of author's purpose.


The students love activities where they get to create foldables. This foldable is very common in elementary school and a lot of students already know how to do it. The students are learning about author's purpose. The write a P (persuade), I (inform), E (entertain), and S (Share feelings) on the outside of the fortune tellers. On the first fold, the students will put the definitions of persuade, inform, entertain, and share feelings in two places. On the inside of the fortune teller, it will tell the answer to the definition.






Writing that tells you something- Inform

Writing that is for enjoyment- Entertain

Writing that convinces you - Persuade

Writing that shares the authors memories or experiences- Share Feelings







Grammar Foldable
This foldable was done by a student. Please ignore the mis-spelled word.








Millimeter Foldable







Transformations Foldable







Place Value Foldable with Interchangable Numbers







Mean (Average), Median, Mode, and Range Foldable







Types of Triangles








Polygon Foldable










Vocabulary Foldable










16 comments:

  1. Anonymous1/08/2012

    I am so surprised there are no posts telling you THANK YOU but now you do! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU
    I am a first year homeschooling mom. i have a 3rd grader & 5th grader. My fifth grader got left in the dust at some point in the 4rth grade so basically my goal is to teach one and re teach the other! I am over whelmed but you provided a simple but genius idea they both will love! God Bless....

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  2. That is so awesome! I'm so glad that the foldables have been able to help you. Fourth grade is a hard year for students. I wish you luck! I'm sure you will do a great job. If you ever have any questions please let me know. Check back on the foldables tab during the next week. I will be uploading some different types of foldables! Have a wonderful week and thank YOU for checking out our blog!

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  3. This is just amazing!!!! A. Maze.Ing.
    Beth

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  4. Anonymous2/04/2012

    Thanks for sharing. I was doing foldable a long time ago and for some reason I stopped . . . thanks for the reminder and the ideas.

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  5. Mama B2/05/2012

    I teach 3rd grade and this goes for any concept in math reading science and social studies. Thanks for the ideas

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  6. I'm so glad you guys can use these ideas! We're going to be posting some more foldables soon! Have a great day!

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  7. I love all of these ideas! Keeping them in my Favorites file for next year. :)

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  8. Thanks so much for posting these! I literally groaned as I did my lesson plans for next week and realized we're doing decimal place value to thousandths...so hard for kiddos. I can't wait to do the foldable now!

    ThinkShareTeach

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  9. Anonymous2/26/2012

    I just made seven of these foldables this afternoon! Love them!!!!

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  10. These are great! I just pinned a few!!! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  11. Great ideas of ways to use the foldables! Thanks!

    Diane

    schoolhousetreasures

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  12. I love foldables. We usually make 1 a week in reading for vocabulary. We glue the foldable in our reading journal (composition) book and refer back to it often. Thank you for sharing!

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  13. Anonymous6/27/2012

    Thank you! I' m late to the Foldables bandwagon, but I can't wait to get my kids started on these!

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  14. These are amazing! I love foldables and these are good ones! Thanks for sharing! Come visit me at 5th Grade Tomfoolery! I would love to collaborate!

    Teri
    5th Grade Tomfoolery

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  15. Anonymous8/27/2012

    Hi! I love your foldables! Will you please tell me how you made the place value foldable. Thanks so much!
    Heather

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  16. Anonymous9/23/2012

    Fantastic!! I love this activity. My tactile learners will not only remember the objective, but also enjoy showing what they have learned! My students will make a second foldable which will show where/how these objectives are found/applied. I love this idea! THANKS!
    Katrina

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