Monday, April 23, 2012

Probablility Foldable Freebie for Manic Monday

I'm going to link up with Charity Preston's Manic Monday at Classroom Freebies.  If you haven't heard yet, this is the perfect way to share your freebie with TONS of people.


Classroom Freebies Manic Monday

As a Classroom Freebies, Too contributor, I'm also allowed to link up one freebie a week on the original blog, Classroom Freebies. There are already 16 people linked up!  Exciting.

We started our last Topic (Chapter) in math this week!  Wow, I can't believe that.

This chapter is on probability.  Yesterday, I created this foldable for my students to use as a reference.  They added it to their math notebooks today. 



Here's a closer look at the descriptions:

And the cover:

If you run it front and back, all your students have to do is cut the "window" of the shutter flaps. 

Easy!

You may download this freebie here.  {And if you are already a follower, are you proud of me?  I figured out Google Docs...kinda.} 

My students also added their own notes and examples to their foldable to help them remember the terms. 

Now, go link your freebie up!


10 comments :

  1. This will be PERFECT when I start probability! I'm definitely putting this one in the file. Thank-you so much!

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  2. I love this idea...too big for my kiddos, but still...good stuff :)

    Danielle

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  3. Awesome! I am getting ready to start this unit THIS week. I can't wait to use this one! I still have to work on google docs, any tips?!
    :D Angie

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  4. I LOVE this!!! What a great way to get the kids thinking about Probability. Thanks for sharing!

    ~Stephanie
    Teaching in Room 6

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  5. Thanks so much! I'm still a teacher in training and know that this is going to come in so handy!

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  6. Great idea! I can't wait to really explore your site this summer. If you get a chance, stop by my site: http://mrsbsbest.blogspot.com/

    I am your newest follower!

    Thanks
    Mrs. B

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  7. Thanks for sharing! I just started interactive notebooks this year and so far I love them and better yet, the students love them! This will be a great addition when it comes time for probability...the odds are likely that it will occur soon!

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