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    I love foldables and would like to incorporate them more into my classroom. I don't think we're ever too old for thinking maps and foldables.

    But I'm having a time coming up with many on my own and most of the ones I find are geared towards younger students.

    I did a quick search on Amazon for Dinah Zike's books but didn't find anything that quite fit my need. Does anyone know of a generic foldable book she may have out? Or anyone else have out? Something that I can adapt to my own particular needs?

    I'd love some suggestions :)
     
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    Love Pinterest! that's where I got the idea for looking for a book. I've found some on there that I can use but wading through the multitude of pins only gets me distracted ;) I need something I can use while at work (pinterest is blocked).
     
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    Don't they know Pinterest is a PD site???:lol:
     
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    Upsadaisy,

    I love your link!
     
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    I would NEVER have to sit in a meeting again if I could use my Pinterest surfing for CEUs!
     
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    I tell my 8th graders that they can make whatever types of foldables they want. It just has to have the information on it. I get things from ninja stars, to cootie catchers, paper airplanes, paper cranes, claws, etc. I don't have to plan it out, and the kids get to be creative.
     
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    Glad you guys like the link.
     

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