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This bundle of two foldables supports any lesson covering density, mass, and volume. This assignment works very well in classrooms that utilize interactive notebooks, but can be equally successful in classes that do not use notebooking. This lesson was created for upper elementary through early high school students and is a great practice to help students understand the concepts of density mass and volume, what they represent and how to calculate for each. These foldables are extremely popular lesson in my classroom! Students learn via creating and decorating a folding “density pyramid” that functions as a mini formula decoder. A second tri-flap style foldable serves as a more engaging way to complete and grasp vocabulary. Highly engaging, high level thinking activity / lesson. Includes “I will” and “We will” daily goals that teachers may post. “I will” and “we will” goal statements are aligned with the fundamental five method of teaching, but will work for any teacher who posts daily class goals or just wants to impress any administrators who walk through their classrooms! Concepts covered include density, mass, and volume, definitions of each and how to solve for density, mass, and volume. High level thinking strategies and differentiated activities allow for different learning styles. All teacher guides on how to construct the foldables as well as standard definitions of all terms are included! Approximately one to two class periods in length. Could easily be modified to be shorter or longer depending on the needs of specific classes. As a point of reference I teach a 50 minute class. Created by Mr. Givens AKA Mister Science. Should your class need a full density lesson (with triangular foldable included) click here Should your class need a density homework or classwork assignment covering density, mass, and volume click here This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.