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Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Best Folds for Interactive Notebooks
Now that I have been making Foldables for several years I have landed on a few favorites that I use again and again in different assignments. In this blog post I am going to share some of my favorites.
Circles can be used in a variety of ways. Wheels, layers and lift the flap. Circles are easier to do if you have a template. Circles can be hard for students to cut without a template. You can find templates for circle foldables here. Circle Foldables
The Match Book Fold. This nifty little tab keeps the foldable from getting caught and bent back when your turning pages. It comes in a variety of numbers of tabs and can be used in any subject. Click here to see my Super template pack that includes Match Book Folds Super Pack of Foldable Templates
Another fold I really like is the four part interlocking fold. When it is open like below there is lots of space to write information, when it is closed it locks neatly. Opened.....