BIG IDEAS
MATH
Interactive Notebook Foldables,
Practice Worksheets,
Mini-Quizzes
and Exit Slips.
6th Grade
CCSS aligned
Created by Jan Harris
Chapters 3 & 4

Dear Educator,
This set of foldables is meant to
supplement and enhance the learning for your students.
It follows the
Big Ideas
format with examples, but also includes key vocabulary that is all together in one place and easy for your students to
locate.
Much easier for them to refer to instead of thumbing through their book to find what they are looking for.
I made these foldables to help support my Special Needs students and 504 students that need accommodations, but
these are also great for the Gen. Ed. students as well.
I had one co-taught class last year that really benefitted from
these foldables.
My co-teacher just loved them and is now using them with her pull out students as well.
Please feel free to tweak how you use the foldables to fit your teaching style.
The foldables need to be printed back
to back, and I found out the hard way, that
the inside sheet needs to be upside down with the top sheet in order
for the foldable to print correctly.
I’m not sure if
all
printers work like ours, I just wanted to give you a heads up so
you don’t make a complete classroom set like I did that printed incorrectly.
Also included with the foldables are worksheets for each lesson.
The worksheets focus on the math process to give
your lower students an opportunity for more practice.
As you know, there are also more practice pages online as
well.
There are also exit slips and mini-quizzes to check on student’s understanding before moving on.
Answer keys are included at the end of each chapter.
I shrank them to conserve on paper and also used some of the
extra space to include tips and suggestions on
some
of the pages.
I might also suggest that you have colored pencils, highlighters, etc., available for the students to use as they are
working on their foldables.
I also gave the students a
notebook
grade once a week.
They received 1 point each day, or 5 points for the week if
their notebooks were filled out completely.
You can do this if you want, it certainly is not necessary though.
If you like this set of foldables, check my store for more sets.
Sincerely,
Jan Harris

Back of Foldable
GLUE ON DOTS
Chapter 3
Algebraic Expressions
Lesson 3.1 - Words To Know
An ____________
__________ is an expression that may
contain numbers, operations, and one or more symbols.
Parts of an _____________
_____________ are called
terms.
A symbol that represents one or more numbers is called a
_______________.
The numerical factor of a term that contains a variable is a
______________.
A term without a variable is called a ______________.
Identifying Parts of an Algebraic Expression
4x
+
12
{
{
Terms:
Coefficient:
Constant:
4x
12
3a
2
1
b
5
4
3
1
12
5
3a
2
+
b
+
5
{
{
{
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