My friend asked me to help create a little Geometry foldable for her class. I did and thought some of you might be able to use it, too.
Print the first two pages on colored cardstock paper, back-to-back. Then print the third page on regular white paper. Each shape has two examples: the basic shape and a real-world example. Students will glue the examples under each flap. Then students will fill in the blanks to identify the number of faces, edges, and vertices.
Click here to grab your own copy. I hope you’ll be able to use it!
Do you need a quick activity for Earth Day? Take a look at this free sorting activity. Students sort examples under the reduce, reuse, and recycle flaps. There are also four color-by-code activities w...
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