Math Folder Resources
What educators are saying
100s chart, multiplication chart and lots of reference posters to help students remember math skills and vocabulary!
My students have a math folder in their desk. It is a standard three prong folder. They keep their work in the folder. I also like to put several resources in page protectors. These resources help my students when they are working on independent work.
These posters can also be glued into math notebooks. If your students use composition books, print the pages at 80% and they will fit perfectly.
I also put many of these resources in my students’ homework binders. Students can use them when working on their homework and parents appreciate the reminders too!
Everything is black and white and easy to print and copy for your students.
Folder Cover Sheet
Key Words for Word Problems (All 4 operations)
Fraction Number Lines
Types of Graphs
Area & Perimeter
Graph Paper (Perfect for arrays and area)
Number Lines (Use for adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, elapsed time or fractions.)
You might like some of my other Math interactive notebooks
Huge Math Interactive Notebook Bundle
Multiplication Interactive Notebook
Place Value Interactive Notebook
Fractions Interactive Notebook
Area and Perimeter Interactive Notebook
Math Flaps for Interactive Notebooks- EDITABLE
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