If you follow me on Pinterest, you may have seen this pin last week. I have been pretty obsessed with foldables lately. I tend to make foldables with my 6th and on occasion, my 7th graders, but I decided my 8th graders needed some foldables fun too! We have been graphing points and have moved onto linear equations. I had so much catch-up to do with them last year, we didn’t get to do too much graphing, so we have been working on the basics.
I create a foldable template using the 4 door template that I made. The doors overlap a little bit, but it still works.
They labeled each quadrant on the front.
On the inside, the students labeled the y-axis and x-axis. They also plotted and labeled one point in each quadrant. Students labeled the sign of the coordinates in each quadrant.
Click on the picture below for the printable template