Yesterday, I shared pictures of the foldable and graphic organizer I designed for reviewing the Order of Operations with my Algebra 1 students. Thanks everyone for all the great feedback! Today, I wanted to share my foldable template and graphic organizer with you all! You may download the PDF at the end of this post.
I have to say I can't take credit for setting up the order of operations as a hopscotch game. I originally saw it arranged as a hopscotch game at
Runde's Room. She teaches her students "BEDMAS" and has them make their hopscotch tiles out of postit notes. If you haven't seen it, you must check it out!

Graphic Organizer in Action 

Foldable 
Here is the link to download both the graphic organizer and the foldable template as a PDF. I have specifically sized them to fit in a composition notebook.
Thanks so much for sharing the PDF. I am going to use it this week.
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aka Alwilda's Daughter
Love the foldable! Thanks for posting the PDF!
ReplyDeleteSo helpful! i am a tutor and this is going to be so much help!
DeleteThis is such a great idea for organizing notes. I used this idea in all my classes today! It can be used like flashcards too.
ReplyDeleteThank you so much! Just created this entry in my journal. I will post a picture on my blog and credit you :)
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A Teacher's Treasure.
Sarah, Thank you so much for sharing. I added your resource to my webpage (week #1) algebra1teachers.com One goal for this year is to teach my students organization. This will really help. Thanks again. Jeanette
ReplyDeleteThank you for sharing! This is very similar to what I've been using, but I love your boxes. I downloaded your Integer operations posters yesterday too. Hopefully I can figure out how to share items and activities this summer  new to blogging and still figuring stuff out. Awesome ideas! Thank you:)
ReplyDeleteThank you so much! This year 5th grade has to add Brackets and Braces... The PDF will be a great addition, and I can ass the Brackets and Braces to a later model! THANKS again!
ReplyDeleteAmazing. Love your website, and your willingness to share! I can't wait to the interactive notebook this year!
ReplyDeleteThanks for sharing! It's my first year using the interactive notebook and your site has been such a help!!!!!
ReplyDeleteYou're welcome! I hope INBs have went well for you this year!
DeleteLoved it. Thanks
ReplyDeleteThank you for sharing. It worked great as a differientiatied assignment.
ReplyDeleteI'm glad to hear that this worked for you!
DeleteDo you put examples or definitions under the cut outs?
ReplyDeleteOn this specific foldable, we wrote out the steps to simplifying using the order of operations. But, I've also done other foldables with examples and definitions! My students don't have textbooks, so we are essentially creating our own reference book.
Deletethank you very much for sharing this! it really helped the kids understand the concept and was very fun!
ReplyDeleteYou're welcome!
DeleteI've been wanting to try math notebooks for years, but didn't know where to start. I found one of your ideas on Pintrest a couple years ago, but never took the time to really explore and see how this could be done until today. I really want to try a math notebook this year and after exploring all your ideas, I'm excited! Thank you for all your hard work and for sharing it all with us.
ReplyDeleteGlad I could help!
DeleteThis is so helpful thanks Sarah
ReplyDeleteYou're very welcome!
Deleteyou are awsome sarah
DeleteWhat did you have the students write on the inside? Did you have them write examples?
ReplyDeleteWe worked out a problem together. Under the P flap, we did the parentheses. Under the E flap, we did the exponents, etc.
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