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I created this integer operations foldable for my Algebra 1 students to fill out as we reviewed the rules for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers. I used my favorite four door foldable template to create this integer operations foldable. I have uploaded the file at the bottom of this post. Here’s the inside of our …

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On the fourth day of school, I assigned my college algebra students the Real Number Line Project. My inspiration came from Matt Coaty’s Real Number Line Project. I even stole the name of the project.  The previous day, I had introduced the real number system.  We spent an entire class period classifying numbers as natural …

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Less than a year ago, I made my first every foldable – a slope foldable.  It was one of those random ideas you get in the shower.  Or maybe I’m the only person who thinks about how to teach various math concepts in the shower… I made it.  I loved it.  I blogged about it.  …

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Today, I wanted to share what has been my favorite foldable of late.  It’s so versatile, and I’ve found myself using it left and right in my interactive notebooks. It’s a simple four door foldable.  I’ve sized mine to fit in a composition notebook.  If you aren’t gluing these in a notebook, I would suggest …

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Today I’m sharing the Algebra 1 syllabus I created for my students to glue in their interactive notebooks. So many of my students were unfamiliar with the word “syllabus.”  Throughout middle school, high school, and college, I was always presented with a syllabus at the beginning of the year.  Some were more detailed than others, …

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