Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Tried it Tuesday- New Divisibility Foldables

Recently, I have been creating new foldables for next year. So today, I am sharing them for Tried It Tuesday with Holly over at Fourth Grade Flipper

I teach divisibility first thing in the school year. It isn't one of student expectations, but students need it. 
I included a match book foldable in a center for them and it was good, but it took a LONG time and some students didn't even finish. So, for next year, I have these two options: 

For this foldable, students will only have to cut out, and complete the front. 

Another option is to make a flap foldable. 

Both of these foldables are available in my TpT store and will be part of the sale this week. They are sold together, so you get two foldables for the price of one! 

I am excited about both options next year. Now, I have to decide which one I want to use. 

Be sure to start creating your wish list for the big sale this Thursday and Friday! 

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  1. I agree that the students really benefit from knowing the divisibility rules. They can use them in so many other mathematical concepts. Your foldables look great! Thanks for linking up! :)
    Fourth Grade Flipper

  2. I am loving all the foldables you have been making! My goal is to get them together this summer and have them organized for next year also. You are a wealth of math info for me! XO
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

  3. I love that! I wish I would have had those when I taught 7th grade math - but, I am thinking, it might help my 4th graders...

  4. I love the idea of matching them up! It would be a great activity to do in groups! I'll be adding these to my TpT cart!!!
    Keep Calm and Hoot On

  5. I have to tell you that these little flip books are so stinkin' cute! I saw them on TpT and am loving them!

    Jennifer Smith-Sloane