Sunday, March 11, 2012

States of Matter






This isn't much different from all the other matter foldables out there, but I figured I'd post it anyhow. The stickers (ie hole reinforcers) we used were just something I had on hand. I'd like to find smaller stickers next time, so they can fit more on to really see the relationship of molecules and the space between them.

The foldable is just a sheet of paper folded in half landscape-wise. Then, the fold is glued together about an inch down, to create a title area. They measure in 3 1/2" from both ends to create the cuts for the flaps.

7 comments:

  1. I love the idea of the stickers...that is so easy yet so clever! =)

    We always make Coke Floats...I love to teach and eat!

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    Heather
    Heather's Heart

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  2. Love, love this foldable! Wish I had seen it a month ago lol. I shall make an example and put it in my folder for next year ;)

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    Summyr
    Theteachaholic.blogspot.com

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  3. Thanks! I've just started following both of your blogs too!

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  4. I'm really loving the wonderful things you make for your kids, and I was wondering if you have considered making your graphics available to others, either for free here or for sale (perhaps through Teachers Paying Teachers) - or do you already, and you just don't advertise it?
    By the way, I have to sign in thru hubby's account, so if possible, could you please reply to sorzy (at) wideopenwest (dot) com?
    Thanks so much,
    Sharon

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  5. Love this! We will be doing it this week!

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  6. Thanks, Love this...can't wait to use it this upcoming school year.

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  7. I like to do this project with my students.
    but what name of this project??

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