Sometimes , though not always, I will create a PDF for a project. I’m listing all my PDFs to find them more easily.
Two PDf for rotational symmetry, rotating a shape around the center.
Blank Kaleidocycle templates kaleidocycle WITH SMALL AND BIG
Theses two PDFs go with a rhombus paper cutting project
Smaller rhombi with spaces to use without triangle paper
The template I mostly use: rhombus small no spaces
This a a PDF of quadrilaterals
This is meant to go along with this sequence of folds https://bookzoompa.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/origami-base-for-world-mapw.jpg
A pamphlet telling you everything you need to know about making paper snowflakes
Li’l Jacob aka Magic wallet
Fractions Zero to One a set if four PDFs showing fractions along the number line, including equivalent fractions
This also exists as a Gif which can be found on my GIF page
These four PDFs create a fractions book project number line for folder
This next set of PDFs goes along with a book about chicks https://bookzoompa.wordpress.com/2012/05/14/variations-for-a-chick/
I used these PDFs for a countries project https://bookzoompa.wordpress.com/2011/12/18/pipe-cleaner-bound-scrapbook/
This PDF of pop-up structures has been repinned on pinterest like thousands of times:
When I printed the coins for students I give them a total of $3.00 worth of coins to work with: 4 quarters, 12 dimes, 12 nickels, and 20 pennies. Each student also gets a copy of a part of an oversized dollar bill.
I do an Alaska project with First Graders. This is the Map of North America that I use. I want them to label at least ID Alaska and their home state. Here’s the title graphic for the front of their books, and some totems for a diorama
Below are the pdfs for a bead counting project for the very young
and here’s all these 6 pdf’s in one file, but if you want to use different colors, this file might be trickier to work with: Bead counting all pages together