Another wheel foldable!!! This one is on Newton's 3 Laws of Motion!

Students can construct the foldable as a handheld study tool or glue
them into their interactive notebooks. There are two options on how you
can print the foldable: (1) blank template or (2) with answer key. If
you decide to print the blank template, you can have students fill out
the foldable.

The foldable states the three laws of motion. It also gives a picture and example for each law.

You can purchase my wheel foldable by CLICKING HERE

## Sunday, March 26, 2017

### Slope Foldable (Great for Math Interactive Notebooks)

I have decided to spice up my old slope foldable. This foldable looks so good in interactive notebooks and your students will love that all of the information is in one location!

The slope foldable goes over a positive, negative, zero, and undefined slope by having students draw an example of each graph. In addition, the foldable has an example of how to find slope given a table, graph, and two points.

You can purchase my slope foldable by CLICKING HERE

Use as a handheld study tool |

Use as a handheld study tool |

Use as a handheld study tool |

Glue into interactive notebooks |

Glue into interactive notebooks |

Glue into interactive notebooks |

Glue into interactive notebooks |

You can purchase my slope foldable by CLICKING HERE

## Monday, March 20, 2017

### Operations with Fractions Wheel Foldable (Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Fractions)

Included is a foldable on operations with fractions. Students will be
adding fractions, subtracting fractions, multiplying fractions, and
dividing fractions. There are three layers: (1) Steps, (2) Example, and
(3) Your Turn. This is a great handheld study tool. It also looks
great in interactive notebooks.

You can purchase my foldable by CLICKING HERE

You can purchase my foldable by CLICKING HERE

### Operations with Decimals Wheel Foldable (Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Decimals)

I have decided to focus on a few wheel foldables that involve adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing rational numbers. In this wheel foldable, I have created it on operations with decimals.

Students will be adding decimals, subtracting decimals, multiplying decimals, and dividing decimals. There are three layers: (1) Steps, (2) Example, and (3) Your Turn. This is a great handheld study tool. It also looks great in interactive notebooks.

You can purchase this foldable by CLICKING HERE

Students will be adding decimals, subtracting decimals, multiplying decimals, and dividing decimals. There are three layers: (1) Steps, (2) Example, and (3) Your Turn. This is a great handheld study tool. It also looks great in interactive notebooks.

You can purchase this foldable by CLICKING HERE

## Monday, March 13, 2017

### Scientific Notation Wheel Foldable

I couldn't help myself but make another wheel foldable! Even though I have spent the last 5 hours creating it (and it's now past 1am), it was completely worth it!!! This wheel foldable is extremely useful and I love how it looks in an interactive notebook.

Due to being exhausted, I have decided to print my wheel foldable on colored paper. If you've seen in my previous posts, all of my wheel foldables have been colored by me or my husband. I have to say that I am loving the colored paper! It saved me so much more time and I consider myself horrible at coloring.

Anyways, you can decide if you want your students to personalize their wheel foldable by coloring or you can also print on colored paper if time is limited. Some more details are below:

Included is a wheel foldable on scientific notation. This foldable has two layers: (1) Example and (2) Steps. Students will be solving 4 problems on adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing numbers in scientific notation. Also, students will be converting between scientific notation and standard form. This foldable is a great handheld study tool or can be glued into their interactive notebooks. In addition, students can personalize their wheel foldables by coloring them. If time is limited, print the wheel foldable on colored paper. Your students will love this!

You can purchase my wheel foldable by CLICKING HERE

Due to being exhausted, I have decided to print my wheel foldable on colored paper. If you've seen in my previous posts, all of my wheel foldables have been colored by me or my husband. I have to say that I am loving the colored paper! It saved me so much more time and I consider myself horrible at coloring.

Anyways, you can decide if you want your students to personalize their wheel foldable by coloring or you can also print on colored paper if time is limited. Some more details are below:

Included is a wheel foldable on scientific notation. This foldable has two layers: (1) Example and (2) Steps. Students will be solving 4 problems on adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing numbers in scientific notation. Also, students will be converting between scientific notation and standard form. This foldable is a great handheld study tool or can be glued into their interactive notebooks. In addition, students can personalize their wheel foldables by coloring them. If time is limited, print the wheel foldable on colored paper. Your students will love this!

You can purchase my wheel foldable by CLICKING HERE

## Sunday, March 12, 2017

### Mitosis Dominoes Activity

I have made my first science dominoes activity! Included is a dominoes activity on Mitosis.

Students will be cutting and pasting dominoes according to their phase. The phases included are: interphase, prophase, prometaphase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase, and cytokinesis. This activity is great because you can laminate it and use it year after year!

You can purchase this activity by CLICKING HERE

Students will be cutting and pasting dominoes according to their phase. The phases included are: interphase, prophase, prometaphase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase, and cytokinesis. This activity is great because you can laminate it and use it year after year!

You can purchase this activity by CLICKING HERE

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