I want to share a mathematician’s toolbox foldable I made for my students to glue in their interactive notebooks this year.

Last year, I had my students leave a blank page at the front of their INBs to glue in a formula sheet. It never happened. Oops… Some of my students were quite stressed out about the page Ms. Hagan made them leave blank and never gave them something to put on it. Making a formula sheet for my students to reference was one of the big things on my to do list for this summer.

I started to type one by hand, but I quickly gave up on that idea. I decided to turn to google and compile bits and pieces to make the perfect reference for my students. I wanted my students to have easy access to look up perfect squares, perfect cubes, multiplication facts, prime numbers, divisibility rules, common fractions and their equivalent decimals, geometric formulas, and conversion factors.

## Outside of Mathematician’s Toolbox Foldable

I’ve included links to where I found each image on the internet in the file. None of these images are my own creation.

## Inside of Mathematician’s Toolbox Foldable

This file is meant to be printed double-sided and folded in half before being glued in a notebook. My students and I refer to this as a “booklet foldable.”

## Free Download of Mathematician’s Toolbox Foldable

Mathematician’s Toolbox Foldable (PDF) (415 downloads)

Mathematician’s Toolbox Foldable (Editable Publisher File ZIP) (170 downloads)

If you download the editable version, you will need to download the free font, ChunkFive Roman.

## More Free Math Reference Charts

- Free Printable Greek Alphabet
- Free Printable Factors Chart 1-100
- Foldable Math Reference Chart
- Prime Numbers Chart
- Exponents Chart (Powers of 2 to 9)
- Powers of 2 Chart
- Trig Identities Cheat Sheet [Free Printable]
- Prime Factorization Foldable
- Prime Numbers Below 100 Chart
- Grouping Symbols Reference Chart & Poster
- Mathematician’s Toolbox Foldable for INBs

Mr. Thayne

Friday 4th of September 2015

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Sarah Carter (@mathequalslove)

Monday 7th of September 2015

Glad you found it!

Mr. Thayne

Friday 4th of September 2015

I was trying to download it but couldn't figure it out. I found the link at the bottom of the page.

Susan

Thursday 6th of August 2015

I love your posts!! I am teaching Algebra 1 using an interactive notebook this year for the first time. I noticed that you have units 1 and 2 posted do you have any other units in Algebra 1?

Sarah Carter (@mathequalslove)

Friday 18th of September 2015

I have previous years posted. I never finished posting last year's. Sorry! Check out the Algebra 1 tag on the right sidebar for more Alg 1 pages!

mahiker

Saturday 18th of July 2015

Lol, yes my students would completely stress out if we had a blank page! This is great, thanks.

Sarah Carter (@mathequalslove)

Monday 20th of July 2015

It's crazy how much students can start to care about their notebooks - a good kind of crazy, of course :)

Unknown

Friday 17th of July 2015

Thank you! This is wonderful! I have recently found your blog and have been going back to read old posts. I will be teaching Algebra 1 & 2 this year for the first time - so reading your posts has been very helpful!

Sarah Carter (@mathequalslove)

Monday 20th of July 2015

You're welcome! Glad you're finding useful stuff!