# Parts of an Expression Foldables

My Algebra 1 students created these parts of an expression foldables to glue in our interactive notebooks. I was inspired to create these foldable templates based on some foldables I found on A Sea of Math blog.

First, we reviewed the difference between a constant and a variable.

Then, we added in the vocabulary of coefficient and factors.

## Free Download of Parts of an Expression Foldables

Parts of an Expression Foldables (PDF) (1194 downloads )

Parts of an Expression Foldables (Editable Publisher File ZIP) (909 downloads )

Thanks for taking the time to post all of these. I really like how you are doing your table of contents this year and it will be a change I make in my notebooks next year. As a fan of your blog, I am happy you have been posting so much lately!!

You're welcome! I'm loving the table of contents, too. My students kept up with it way better this year than last!

I love these foldables and would like to download the PDFs, but they don't seem to be linked 🙁

Hey Sarah! Just wondering if you could post these PDFs again as they don't seem to be appearing on this page. Thanks!

would you mind posting the PDFs? I love this blog!! my all time favorite!

$2.50 at Teachers pay Teachers. 🙁

I'm not sure what you mean. I don't have any files for sale on Teachers Pay Teachers.

Hey Sarah! I love you blog. Thank you for sharing for free, it is a blessing. I am looking for the PDF files for this particular segment, where can I find them?

Hi Sarah,

Thank you so much for your resources. You are a blessing. I have noticed since you converted your website that many of the pdf file links are not there. There is no link.

It will say PDF files to download: but nothing is there. If I have missed something, my apologies. Any help you can offer is greatly appreciate. I have tried in Chrome and firefox

Sorry about that! The website I was using to host my files was using Flash to share the files which is no longer available. I am going in and editing each blog post one at a time to move the files over to my own domain servers, but it is a much more time consuming process than I realized it was going to be. Send me an email (mathequalslove@gmail.com) with what you are trying to download, and I will send them your way. Sorry for the inconvenience!