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1. 1. A Collection of MathNotebook Templates &Pages from VariousWebsites and Blogs
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7. 7. A number isdivisible by…if…2357the last digit, when ___________________________, andthen subtracted from the number formed by theremaining digits, gives a result of 0 or a number____________________________________________________.a)b)c)
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10. 10. a)b)c)a)b)a)b)STEPS TO SOLVE:1. Write the quotient as a____________________________________.2. Rewrite as the _______________________of two fractions.3. Use the _______________________ ofPowers Property4. Simplify.
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14. 14. Add glue here and glue to the back ofthe next strip.Add glue here and glue to the back ofthe next strip.     Accordion (horizontal)Cut out strips. Glue as indicat-ed. Fold like an accordion.Paste back of the last piece toyour lapbook.
15. 15. Large Hexagon AccordionCut out shapes on solid black lines. Fold on dotted lines like an accordion (back and forth).Glue back of last piece to your lapbook.
16. 16. Cut out shapes on solid black lines. Fold on dotted lines like an accordion (back and forth).Glue back of last piece to your lapbook. Hint: You might want to tie a ribbon or stringaround your accordion before you glue the back to your lapbook.Medium Hexagon Accordion
17. 17. Cut out shapes on solid black lines. Fold ondotted lines like an accordion (back andforth).Glue back of last piece to your lapbook.Hint: You might want to tie a ribbon orstring around your accordion before youglue the back to your lapbook.Small Hexagon Accordion
18. 18. Large Octagon Accordion Cut out shapes on solidblack lines. Fold on dot-ted lines like an accordi-on (back and forth).Glue back of last piece toyour lapbook.Hint: You might want totie a ribbon or stringaround your accordionbefore you glue the backto your lapbook.
19. 19. Small Octagon AccordionCut out shapes on solid black lines.Fold on dotted lines like an accordion(back and forth).Glue back of last piece to your lap-book.Hint: You might want to tie a ribbon orstring around your accordion beforeyou glue the back to your lapbook.
20. 20. Large Pentagon AccordionCut out shapes on solid black lines. Fold on dotted lines like an accordion (back and forth).Glue back of last piece to your lapbook. Hint: You might want to tie a ribbon or stringaround your accordion before you glue the back to your lapbook.
21. 21. Medium Pentagon AccordionCut out shapes on solid black lines. Fold on dotted lines like an accordion (back and forth,back and forth). Paste the back of the last piece to your lapbook.
22. 22. Small Pentagon AccordionCut out shapes on solid black lines. Foldon dotted lines like an accordion (backand forth).Glue back of last piece to your lapbook.Hint: You might want to tie a ribbon orstring around your accordion before youglue the back to your lapbook.
23. 23. Large Rectangle AccordionCut out shapes on solidblack lines. Fold on dot-ted lines like an accordion(back and forth).Glue back of last piece toyour lapbook.Hint: You might want totie a ribbon or stringaround your accordionbefore you glue the backto your lapbook.
24. 24. Small Rectangle AccordionCut out shapes on solid black lines. Fold ondotted lines like an accordion (back andforth).Glue back of last piece to your lapbook.Hint: You might want to tie a ribbon orstring around your accordion before youglue the back to your lapbook.
25. 25. Small Square AccordionCut out shapes on solid black lines. Foldon dotted lines like an accordion (back andforth).Glue back of last piece to your lapbook.Hint: You might want to tie a ribbon orstring around your accordion before youglue the back to your lapbook.
26. 26. Ticket AccordionCut out shapes on solid blacklines. Fold on dotted lines like anaccordion (back and forth, backand forth). Paste the back of thelast piece to your lapbook.
27. 27. Cut out on solid lines. Starting with cover, accordion fold all the triangles on the dotted lines.Hold book so that long side of triangle is at bottom, point is at top, and text is horizontal. Thecover will open down. On the first flap have child write …, flip that down and write … and thenflip that down and write …. Illustrate.Glue where indicated.This sidegets glueddown
28. 28. Print out and cutaround person andpages as a whole.Accordion fold pages socover is on top. Glueback of person intolapbook.
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30. 30. Integers: Adding & Subtracting (1.2 & 1.3)Main Idea DetailsHow do you addintegers on anumber line?How do yousubtract integerson a numberline?Adding Integers on aNumber LineMove right on a number line toadd a positive integer.Move left on a number line to adda negative integer.Subtracting Integers on aNumber LineMove left on a number line tosubtract a positive integer.Move right on a number line tosubtract a negative integer.Integers: Adding & Subtracting (1.2 & 1.3)Main Idea DetailsHow do you addintegers on anumber line?How do yousubtract integerson a numberline?Adding Integers on aNumber LineMove right on a number line toadd a positive integer.Move left on a number line to adda negative integer.Subtracting Integers on aNumber LineMove left on a number line tosubtract a positive integer.Move right on a number line tosubtract a negative integer.
31. 31. Lesson: Date:AlgebraPractice EPractice DPractice CPractice BPractice A241223112210219208197186175164153142131
32. 32. Lesson: Date:Test #28142713261225112410239228217206195184173162151
33. 33. Algebraic EquationsA mathematical sentence with an equal sign is an_______________________. Algebraic equations contain variablesthat represent an unknown number.List some examples:A ___________________________ to an equation is any value for thevariable that makes the equation true.8 3The only value for x that would make this equation true is___________. Therefore, ________ .The _______________________ for an algebraic equation is the valueof the variable that makes the equation true.12 6 Since 12 6, ____ .It is important to _________________________ your solution in theequation, to make sure it is correct. 8 2 6 ?Algebraic EquationsA mathematical sentence with an equal sign is an_______________________. Algebraic equations contain variablesthat represent an unknown number.List some examples:A ___________________________ to an equation is any value for thevariable that makes the equation true.8 3The only value for x that would make this equation true is___________. Therefore, ________ .The _______________________ for an algebraic equation is the valueof the variable that makes the equation true.12 6 Since 12 6, ____ .It is important to _________________________ your solution in theequation, to make sure it is correct. 8 2 6 ?
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49. 49. Cutouttopportionasonepiece.Cutoutlongrectanglewithanexactoknife.Cutoutbottomportionasonepiece.Cutonorangelines.Rollupbottomportionandstickthemthroughtherectangleonthetopportion.Videotohelp-http://www.liveandlearnpress.com/movies/000_0441.mov Bound Book
50. 50. © The Notebooking Fairy —http://notebookingfairy.comCharacter AnalysisTitle of work:Name of author:EvidenceRevealedThroughtrait1Charactertrait2trait3RevealedThroughRevealedThrough
51. 51. © The Notebooking Fairy —http://notebookingfairy.comCharacter TransformationTitle of work:Name of author:EvidenceRevealedThroughCharacterEnding traitRevealedThroughBeginning traitHow theChangeComesAboutCHANGE
52. 52. Date: ____________Combining Like TermsMain Idea DetailsWhat arelike terms?Example:When is analgebraicexpression insimplestform?Example:Parts of an algebraic expression arecalled _______. ______ ________ areterms that have the same _________raised to the same ___________.A term without a ________ is called a________. __________ terms are also_______ _______.An algebraic expression is in _______________ when it has no ______________ and no ___________.Practice Problems: ____________________________________Date: ____________Parts of an algebraic expression arecalled _______. ______ ________ areterms that have the same _________raised to the same ___________.A term without a ________ is called a________. __________ terms are also_______ _______.An algebraic expression is in _______________ when it has no ______________ and no ___________.Practice Problems: ____________________________________Combining Like TermsMain IdeaWhat arelike terms?Example:When is analgebraicexpression insimplestform?Example:Parts of an algebraic expression arecalled _______. ______ ________ areterms that have the same _________raised to the same ___________.A term without a ________ is called a________. __________ terms are also_______ _______.An algebraic expression is in _______________ when it has no ______________ and no ___________.Practice Problems: ____________________________________Date: ____________DetailsParts of an algebraic expression arecalled _______. ______ ________ areterms that have the same _________raised to the same ___________.A term without a ________ is called a________. __________ terms are also_______ _______.An algebraic expression is in _______________ when it has no ______________ and no ___________.Problems: ____________________________________
54. 54. A printable resource from the Saskatoon Public School, Math ResourcesWebsite - http://olc.spsd.sk.ca/de/math1-3/Cone: Cut out on dark lines. Fold dotted lines and assemble the cone.
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56. 56. Do not redistribute these pages or post anywhere online for resale.These pages are copyrighted and only intended to be a teaching toolto create your own notebooking pages. Click the link below to find thehow-to videos related to these pages.© 2012 Notebooking Nookhow-to videos related to these pages.… http://notebookingnook.blogspot.com/2012/04/how-to-make-notebooking-page-video.htmlIf you’d like to share the videos to these pages or the powerpointdownload, please link directly to the Notebooking Nook blog postabove.If you have any other request for notebooking pages that you’d like tosee in this series, please feel free to contact me at …http://notebookingnook.blogspot.com/p/contact-me.html
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63. 63. Honeybees© 2012 Notebooking Nook
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66. 66. A printable resource from the Saskatoon Public School, Math ResourcesWebsite - http://olc.spsd.sk.ca/de/math1-3/Cube: Cut out on dark lines. Fold dotted lines and assemble the cube.
68. 68. A printable resource from the Saskatoon Public School, Math ResourcesWebsite - http://olc.spsd.sk.ca/de/math1-3/Cylinder: Cut out on dark lines. Fold dotted lines and assemble the cylinder.
69. 69. 1©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/201012÷11÷DivisionDivisionDivisionDivision WheeWheeWheeWheellllssss Cut out the circles, number bar and its window.Laminate for durability.Attach the number bar with a brad on the topof the circle. Rotate to practice.10÷
73. 73. Envelope BookCut book out as one piece. Fold four ﬂaps under, using dotted lines as your guides.
74. 74. © The Notebooking Fairy —http://notebookingfairy.comFactors & MultiplesFactors Multiples
75. 75. © The Notebooking Fairy —http://notebookingfairy.comFactors & MultiplesFactors Multiples
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78. 78. How do you find the slope of a line given two points on the line?Step 1Label the coordinates as(x1, y1) and (x2, y2).Step 2Substitute thecoordinates into theslope formula:2 12 1y ymx xStep 3Simplify the expression.Given: A line that passes through (3,-6) and (1, 8)Step 1(x1, y1) (x2, y2)(3, -6) (1, 8)Step 21 38 ( 6)mStep 38 ( 6) 1471 3 2mThe slope is –7.Example:Step 1Step 2Step 3
79. 79. Cut book out as one piece. Fold top under. Fold bottom under. Open book. Cut on solidblack lines to form two ﬂaps. Refold so that the cover is on the front.   Two Flap (Horizontal)
80. 80.      Three Flap (Horizontal)Cut book out as one piece. Fold top under. Fold bottom under. Open book. Cut on solidblack lines to form three ﬂaps. Refold so that the cover is on the front.
81. 81.         Four Flap (Horizontal)Cut book out as one piece. Fold top under. Fold bottom under. Open book. Cut on solidblack lines to form four ﬂaps. Refold so that the cover is on the front.
82. 82. Two Flap (Vertical)Cut out book as one piece. Fold left side under. Fold right side under (it is the cover). Un-fold book. Cut on the lines between the names to form two ﬂaps.
83. 83. Cut out book as one piece. Fold left side under. Fold right side under (it is the cover).Unfold book. Cut on the two lines between the names to form three ﬂaps.Small Three Flap (Vertical)
84. 84. Cut on solid lines. Fold on dotted lines (like a pamphlet).Medium Three Flap (Vertical)
85. 85. Large Three Flap (Vertical)Cut on solid lines. Fold on dotted lines (like a pamphlet).
86. 86. Cut out book as one piece. Fold left side in. Fold right side in. Open book. Cut on dottedline to form four ﬂaps. Refold book.Medium Four Flap (Vertical)
87. 87. Large Four Flap (Vertical)Cut out book as one piece. Fold left side in. Fold right side in. Open book. Cut on dottedline to form four ﬂaps. Refold book.
88. 88. Cut out book as one piece. Fold left side under. Fold right side under (it is the cover). Unfoldbook. Cut on the lines to form ﬁve ﬂaps.Small Five Flap (Vertical)
89. 89. Cut out book as one piece. Fold left side under. Fold right side under (it is the cover). Unfoldbook. Cut on the lines to form ﬁve ﬂaps.Large Five Flap (Vertical)
90. 90.       Cut out book as one piece. Fold left side in. Fold right side in. Open book.Cut on dotted lines to form six flaps. Refold book.Six Flap (Vertical)
91. 91. Cut on solid lines. Fold on dotted lines (like a pamphlet).Seven Flap (Vertical)
92. 92. Cut out solid lines. Fold on dotted line. You should have a space at the bottom of this bookto write a title.Concept Map 2 Areas
93. 93. Concept Map 3 AreasCut out solid lines. Fold on dotted line. You should have a space at the bottom of this bookto write a title.
94. 94. ProperFractionImproperFractionMixedNumberEquivalentFractions
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106. 106.     Cutoutrectangles.Stacktogether(smallesttolargest)withcoverontopandstaple.Layer 3
107. 107. Layer 4 (includes this page and next)Cut out the ﬁve rectangles. Stack together (smallest to largest) with cover on top and staple.
108. 108. Layer 5, 6, or 7 Cut out rectangles. Stack together (smallest to largest) with cover on top and staple.
109. 109. Slope Graphic Organizer & Answer Key
110. 110. Information:If you have any questions, comments, and/or suggestions, please send anote on teachers pay teachers, or email me at:FortheLoveofMathTpT@yahoo.com. I would appreciate it if you wouldleave feedback for this product. Feedback helps let me know if thisproduct needs any adjustments. Leaving feedback on TpT products youpay for helps you earn TPT credits which add up to money you can spendon TeachersPayTeachers.com.Thank you!***Note: Some of the graphics used in this document are from:http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Teachesthirdingeorgia © 2013 Teachers3rdInGeorgia. It is aviolation of copyright laws to remove the graphics from this presentation for other uses, or to use thisproduct for anything other than was stated in the copyright notice when the product was purchased.Thank you for respecting copyright laws!
111. 111. Slope Formula:Slope Intercept Form:y = _______________m =_________The difference in ________Over the difference in _________RiseRunFind the Slope:A) (3, 4) & (2, -7)B) (6, -4) & (-9, 7)Special Slopes:Horizontal Lines:Slope = _____Vertical Lines:Slope = ___________Graphic OrganizerSlope:Point- Slope Form:Need:1 point on the line & and the slopeA) (4, 6), m = -1/2 B) (12, -3), m = 1/4Slope is:___________________________________________________),( 11 yx ),( 22 yxName: ________________________
112. 112. Slope Formula:Slope Intercept Form:y = mx+bm = slopeThe difference in yOver the difference in _x_RiseRunFind the Slope:A) (3, 4) & (2, -7)B) (6, -4) & (-9, 7)Special Slopes:Horizontal Lines:Slope = 0Vertical Lines:Slope = undefinedGraphic OrganizerSlope:Point- Slope Form:Need:1 point on the line & and the slopeA) (4, 6), m = -1/2 B) (12, -3), m = 1/4Slope is: the steepnessof a line)( 11 xxmyy 1212xxyym),( 11 yx ),( 22 yx2216)4(216xyxy101103237+6 +6821 xy3413)12(413xyxy641 xy-3 -31511151169)4(7ANSWER KEY
113. 113. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com 4 Squares
114. 114. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Arc Organizer
115. 115. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com 3 x 3 Printable Bingo Card
116. 116. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com 5 x 5 Printable Bingo Card
117. 117. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com 7 x 7 Printable Bingo Card
118. 118. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Coat of Arms
119. 119. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Concept WebWho WhatWhen WhereHow WhyTopic: _____________________
120. 120. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Concept Wheel
121. 121. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Concept / Event MapWhy When How WhereWho WhatTopic
122. 122. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Double C
123. 123. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Hand Map12345
124. 124. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com KWLTopic: ____________________KWhat I KnowWWhat I Want To LearnLWhat I Have Learned
125. 125. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Main Idea MapMAIN IDEA    IDEA   IDEA   IDEADetail Detail Detail Detail
126. 126. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Meeting New Vocabulary Words OrganizerWord Drawing or Symbol for WordPredicted meaning of word: _____________________________________________________Based on that meaning, use this word in a sentence:________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Definition from dictionary: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Based on the dictionarys meaning, use this word in a sentence:________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
127. 127. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Moving Cycle Organizer
128. 128. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com 4 Slice Pie Organizer
129. 129. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com 8 Slices of Pie Organizer
130. 130. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com PowerTriangle
131. 131. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Raindrop Map
132. 132. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Leaf Groups of 2You can use these leaves to write students names in. This canreally help you when making cooperative groups.
133. 133. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Leaf Groups of 3Write a different student’s name in each leaf. Then createcooperative groups of 3 by passing them out.
134. 134. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Leaf Groups of 4An easy way to make cooperative groups of 4 students. Just writetheir names.
135. 135. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Leaf Groups of 55 leafs for 5 students. A good way to create random cooperativegroups.
136. 136. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com 2 Suitcase SortingYou can use these for sorting activities of all kinds. They makegreat name tags too.
137. 137. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com 3 Suitcase SortingThese also make great name tags, but they are usually used tohelp guide students to sort things into 3 different topics orcategories.
138. 138. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Sorting with 4 SuitcasesThese should be a great help when you have 4 topics or conceptsto sort between.
139. 139. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Theme ComparisonTheme(s):Differences: Similarities: Conclusion(s):
140. 140. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Triple Venn Diagram
141. 141. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Venn Diagram_____________ _____________
142. 142. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Who What WhereWhen Why How
143. 143. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Big Mac Paragraph Writing OrganizerIntroduction:Detail 2: Conclusion: Detail 1: Detail 3:
144. 144. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Character AnalysisPyramidName/TitlePhysical AppearanceCharacter’s RoleProblems / ChallengesCharacter Accomplishments
145. 145. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Positive CharacterEndEndBeginningBeginningMiddleCharacterEnd End
146. 146. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Evil CharacterEndEndBeginningBeginningMiddleEnd EndCharacter
147. 147. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Elements Of the StoryDirections: In the space provided below, explain the major elements of the story.Title of Story: _______________________ProblemRising Action Falling ActionSolution
148. 148. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Its All In the TitleTitle of Story: Based on the title, what do you think a problem in the story might be?Based on the title, what types of characters do you expect to be in the story? In the space provided below, draw a cover page for the story based on the title.
149. 149. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Life Cycles
150. 150. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com AppearanceNameBehaviorChallenge(s) PersonalitySolutionsCharacterMap
151. 151. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Double Character MapUse this organizer to map two characters of any body of work.ChallengeChallengeSolutionSolution
152. 152. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Triple Character MapWorking on a story? This organizer will help you map out themain characters.Protagonist AntagonistSupporting CharacterMotivation MotivationPurpose
153. 153. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Quadruple Character MapReading a longer story? This organizer will help you get a handleon the four main characters.Hero: __________ Villain: ________Love Interest: __________ Supporting Character: __________
154. 154. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com SQ3R ChartTitle of Work: _______________________Survey: Record important titles and subtitles from work.________________________________________________________________________Question: Write "Who, What, When, Where, and Why" questions from main topics.________________________________________________________________________Read: Write answers to questions from above.________________________________________________________________________Recite: Record key facts and phrases as needed for each question.________________________________________________________________________Review: Create a summary paragraph for each question.________________________________________________________________________
155. 155. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com A Glance at the WeekMonday:Tuesday:Wednesday:Thursday:Friday: Weekend:
156. 156. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Break Out Topics Organizer
157. 157. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Multiple Intelligence Lesson PlanningDirections: Use this lesson matrix to make sure all learners needs are met.Verbal / Linguistic Logical / MathematicalVisual / Spatial Body/KinestheticMusicalInterpersonalIntrapersonal
158. 158. Name ___________________________ Date ____________________ ©www.GetWorksheets.com Scope and Sequence Ladder1234567
159. 159. Cut shape out as one piece. Write one fact on each petal. Fold ﬂaps in using the dottedlines as your guide. Tuck the last ﬂap under so that book will stay closed.Hexagon Petal
160. 160. Cut shape out as one piece. Write one fact on each petal. Fold ﬂaps in using the dottedlines as your guide. Tuck the last ﬂap under so that book will stay closed.Pentagon Petal
161. 161. Cut shape out as one piece. Write one fact on each petal. Fold ﬂaps in using the dottedlines as your guide. Tuck the last ﬂap under so that book will stay closed.Triangle Petal Large
162. 162. Triangle Petal SmallCut shape out as one piece. Fold ﬂaps in using the dotted lines as your guide. Tuck the lastﬂap under so that book will stay closed.
163. 163. You are looking at the inside of the book. Cut shape out as one piece. Fold ﬂaps in usingthe dotted lines as your guide. Tuck the last ﬂap under so that book will stay closed.Square Petal
164. 164. TypesofSlopePositive Slope-Lines with a positive slope slant up(like going up a hill)Negative Slope- Lines with a negative slope slant down(like going down a hill)Zero Slope-Lines with a slope of zeroare horizontal(They have zero slant!)Undefined Slope-Lines that are vertical have noslope or undefined slope.(They do not point from left toright at all!)
165. 165. Have Students Make This!Step 1: Make sure every student has a piece of paper (you can give themcolored paper or copy paper or they can use notebook paper!)Step 2: Fold the paper hot dog style then fold it hamburger style (so thereare 4 squares)Step 3: Do not unfold the 4 squares! While folded, fold down the insidecorner. (See picture 1 to the right). This will create a diamond in the middleof the squares when you open up the paperStep 4: Unfold paper. Use a writing utensil to trace the diamond & the foldsseparating the 4 sections(as shown in picture 2).**You can now give students the information on the original document.They can fill in the information on different types of slope. I prefer thistype of note taking because it is something different for students. They donot just have to sit with a pencil & write, they actually create a templatefor their notes which makes taking the notes a little bit more fun!**Picture 1Picture 2
166. 166. Name:Nickname:Birthday:My Favoritfood:music:sport:color:movie:book:place:Three words__________If I could inve__________I would like t__________The person__________In the futur_______________________________tes:______________________________________________________________________s I would use t___________ent somethin___________to take a vaca___________I most admire___________e I would like t___________Aut______________________________________________________________________________________________________________to describe my___________g to make the___________ation to:___________e is ___________________to be a(n):___________thor Pag_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________yself are:____________e world a bette____________________________________________________________e____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________er place it wou________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________uld be:__________________________________ b____________________________________________________________________________________________because__________
167. 167. Positive – Negative Number Overlay StripsPrint sheet in two colors, one sheet torepresent positive numbers, one fornegative numbers. If the equation callsfor two numbers either positive ornegative, the strips should be the samecolor. When using to represent adding apositive number to a negative number,the larger of the two will be longer, andthe answer, whether positive or negative,will be clear because of the color.
168. 168. Integers & Absolute Value (1.1)Main Idea DetailsWhat are positivenumbers?What arenegativenumbers?What areintegers?What isabsolute value?______ _____ _ are_____________ than 0. They may bewritten with a positive _________ (+),but they are usually written without it._____________ ____________ are_________ than 0. They are alwayswritten with a negative sign (–).On a ____________ line, oppositesare the __________ distance from 0but on different ____________ of 0.___________ are the ________ of all________ numbers and their opposites.0 is neither negative nor positive.The _________ _______ of an integeris its __________ from 0 on a numberline. The symbol for absolute value is | |.|–3| = 3 |3| = 3• Absolute values are ______ negative.• Opposite integers have the_____________ absolute value.• |0| = 0Integers & Absolute Value (1.1)Main Idea DetailsWhat are positivenumbers?What arenegativenumbers?What areintegers?What isabsolute value?______ _____ _ are_____________ than 0. They may bewritten with a positive _________ (+),but they are usually written without it._____________ ____________ are_________ than 0. They are alwayswritten with a negative sign (–).On a ____________ line, oppositesare the __________ distance from 0but on different ____________ of 0.___________ are the ________ of all________ numbers and their opposites.0 is neither negative nor positive.The _________ _______ of an integeris its __________ from 0 on a numberline. The symbol for absolute value is | |.|–3| = 3 |3| = 3• Absolute values are ______ negative.• Opposite integers have the_____________ absolute value.• |0| = 0
169. 169. WRAP-UP Name_______________________________Think about your experiences simplifying and solving problems with integers.Summarize ideas that help you with each operation in each box below.Include specific examples if you wish.Be ready to share your thinking with the class.Adding IntegersMultiplying IntegersSubtracting IntegersDividing IntegersOperationswithIntegers
170. 170. Integers: Adding & Subtracting (1.2 & 1.3)Main Idea DetailsHow do you addintegers on anumber line?How do yousubtract integerson a numberline?Adding Integers on aNumber LineMove right on a number line toadd a positive integer.Move left on a number line to adda negative integer.Subtracting Integers on aNumber LineMove left on a number line tosubtract a positive integer.Move right on a number line tosubtract a negative integer.Integers: Adding & Subtracting (1.2 & 1.3)Main Idea DetailsHow do you addintegers on anumber line?How do yousubtract integerson a numberline?Adding Integers on aNumber LineMove right on a number line toadd a positive integer.Move left on a number line to adda negative integer.Subtracting Integers on aNumber LineMove left on a number line tosubtract a positive integer.Move right on a number line tosubtract a negative integer.
171. 171. Integers & Absolute Value (1.1)Main Idea DetailsWhat are positivenumbers?What arenegativenumbers?What areintegers?What isabsolute value?______ _____ _ are_____________ than 0. They may bewritten with a positive _________ (+),but they are usually written without it._____________ ____________ are_________ than 0. They are alwayswritten with a negative sign (–).On a ____________ line, oppositesare the __________ distance from 0but on different ____________ of 0.___________ are the ________ of all________ numbers and their opposites.0 is neither negative nor positive.The _________ _______ of an integeris its __________ from 0 on a numberline. The symbol for absolute value is | |.|–3| = 3 |3| = 3• Absolute values are ______ negative.• Opposite integers have the_____________ absolute value.• |0| = 0Integers & Absolute Value (1.1)Main Idea DetailsWhat are positivenumbers?What arenegativenumbers?What areintegers?What isabsolute value?______ _____ _ are_____________ than 0. They may bewritten with a positive _________ (+),but they are usually written without it._____________ ____________ are_________ than 0. They are alwayswritten with a negative sign (–).On a ____________ line, oppositesare the __________ distance from 0but on different ____________ of 0.___________ are the ________ of all________ numbers and their opposites.0 is neither negative nor positive.The _________ _______ of an integeris its __________ from 0 on a numberline. The symbol for absolute value is | |.|–3| = 3 |3| = 3• Absolute values are ______ negative.• Opposite integers have the_____________ absolute value.• |0| = 0
173. 173. Interactive Notebook GuidelinesWhy?To have a useable, working documentUsed for class notes, homework & other activitiesHelp youo understand the classo study for testso make connectionso make sense of what we do in classRequirements:1. Number each page2. Each assignment should have title, date, and page number (alsoadded to Table of Contents)3. Use highlighter & color to help distinguish important information4. Feel free to be artistic, but don’t crowd things5. All handouts must be glued / taped into the notebookRight Side:o On the right side record your notes in normal way—teacherinput sideo If you are given typed notes, glue / tape them hereLeft Side:This is YOUR side:) You will do your classwork and homework on the leftside. You will show what you learned!o Drawingso Graphic organizerso Picture sentenceso Drawingso Poetryo Rapso Cartoonso Charts and graphs
174. 174. Materials:o Notebooko Highlightero Scissorso Glue sticko Tapeo Colored pencils – NOT MARKERS!Grading:o Notebooks will be checked informally at any time, and formally at theend of each unit. Homework assigned in the notebook will be checkeddaily.o All notes & assignments need to be included, even if student is absent.o Students are given a rubric.o It will be graded based on the following criteria:o COMPLETENESS – All assigned work must be completed toreceive full credit.o QUALITY – Assignments will be checked in detail for quality ofwork. Excellent quality means assignments are completedbeyond the minimum required.o VISUAL APPEAL, NEATNESS, ORGANIZATION – Notebooksshould be neat, not crowded with info, and should have a dateand title. Key ideas and headings are highlighted. All visualsmust be done with care. Handwriting must be legible!!If you are absent, it is yourresponsibility to make up missed work.
175. 175. Name______________________________________________ Date________________________________ Class: ____________________________________Interactive Notebook RubricLearning GradePROFICIENT WITHDISTINCTIONPROFICIENTDEVELOPINGPROFICIENCYNOVICEOutput:Reflections &Activities(left side pages)All work is…CompleteThoughtful/CreativeMaking connectionsClearMost work is…CompleteThoughtful/CreativeMaking connectionsClearSome work is…CompleteThoughtful/CreativeMaking connectionsClearLittle/No work is…CompleteThoughtful/CreativeMaking connectionsClearPoints 4 3 2 1Input:Student Notes &Handouts(right side pages)All work is…CompleteThoroughThoughtfulMost work is…CompleteThoroughThoughtfulSome work is…CompleteThoroughThoughtfulLittle/No work is…CompleteThoroughThoughtfulPoints 4 3 2 1Effort Grade OUTSTANDING SATISFACTORY NEEDS IMPROVEMENT UNSATISFACTORYOrganization andNeatnessAll pages are numberedTable of contents is up todateRight side pages includelearning objective & dateAll items are in theirproper placeWork is neat, legible, andorganizedOnly minor errors or omissions(1-3)Several errors or omissions(4-7)Many errors or omissions(8 or more)Effort Score O S N UInteractive Notebook Score Comments:_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Learning Grade:(average points from top section)____________Effort Grade: ____________
177. 177. Title/Description Page #
178. 178. Title/Description Page #
179. 179. Title/Description Page #
180. 180. Do NOT print on cardstock. Cut books out. Fold both sides to the middle so that theyinterlock .Small Interlocks
181. 181. Do NOT print on cardstock. Cut book out. Fold both sides to the middle so that they interlock .Medium Interlock
182. 182. Do NOT print on cardstock. Cut book out. Fold both sidesto the middle so that they interlock .Large Interlock
183. 183. Weekly NotesMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday© 2012 Notebooking NookPlan for Student’s Name:Subjects
184. 184. © 2012 Notebooking NookWeek #:SubjectsWeek of:
185. 185. Master Template Unusual Minibooks 1©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 11/2010Arrow 4Arrow 4Arrow 4Arrow 4----page Minibookpage Minibookpage Minibookpage MinibookCut out the 2 pages. Fold on the dotted lines. Place the inside pages inside the front page. Staple at the foldededge.Front page Back pageInside left page Inside right page
186. 186. Master Template Unusual Minibooks 2©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 11/2010Hexagon Petal MinibookHexagon Petal MinibookHexagon Petal MinibookHexagon Petal MinibookCut around the whole shape. Cut on the lines leading to the middle hexagon. Fold the outer hexagon pages over eachother.Hexagonal MatchHexagonal MatchHexagonal MatchHexagonal MatchBookBookBookBookCut out as 1 piece.Fold like a matchbook.Write the heading/ title onthe small flap and fillinformation in on the frontflap and inside the booklet.
187. 187. Master Template Unusual Minibooks 3©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 11/2010EnvelopeEnvelopeEnvelopeEnvelopeCut out whole piece.Use a ruler and scissor to score along the dotted lines.Fold the base tab up.Fold the side tabs to the middle.Paste the side tabs to create an envelope.Insert cards below.2. Fold side tab to middle1. Fold base tab up.3. Fold side tab to middle
188. 188. Master Template Unusual Minibooks 4©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 11/2010TriaramaTriaramaTriaramaTriaramaThis is a 3D minibook which can be stored flat.Cut out the square. Fold the opposite corners over and then re-open. Cut along the black line to the centre.Draw, cut out pictures or design the illustration for the background. This will stand up as a corner.Write information on the right hand bottom corner. Fold this over the left bottom corner.(Match the symbols) Secure with the corner circle fold (or sticky tacky).Paste only the back of left bottom fold to your notebook page or lapbook.Flap over tosecure toptriangle
189. 189. Master Template Unusual Minibooks 5©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 11/201010 Page Minibook10 Page Minibook10 Page Minibook10 Page Minibook Cut around whole template. Fold length wise on dotted lines. Then fold width wise along allthe dotted lines. Cut along grey line. Fold together: page 2 in to 3 and so on. Glue the back of the pages together.29384756
190. 190. Master Template Unusual Minibooks 6©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 11/2010ArArArArrow Flap Shutter foldrow Flap Shutter foldrow Flap Shutter foldrow Flap Shutter fold Cut around the whole minibook. Fold along the dotted lines. Fold the arrowedge side over the straight edged side. Now cut along the horizontal lines to make flaps.Venn Diagram FlapVenn Diagram FlapVenn Diagram FlapVenn Diagram Flap MinibookMinibookMinibookMinibook Cut out the book. Fold in half lengthwise. Cut on dotted lines.
191. 191. Master Template Unusual Minibooks 7©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 11/2010Larger Pull Tab MinibookLarger Pull Tab MinibookLarger Pull Tab MinibookLarger Pull Tab Minibook Paste/ draw picture on the front page. Cut slit on dotted line. Only glue the sideedges of the front page. Insert Pull Tab. Write the heading on the banner pull tab. Write information on the tab.Pull TabPull TabPull TabPull Tab MinibookMinibookMinibookMinibookssssPrint on cardstock.Cut the slits on the dotted lineof the FRONT piece.Insert the PULL TABsthrough the slits.When you glue down the book,make sure to glue only aroundthe outermost edges and notin the centre. You want theslider to remain free to moveup and down.If desired, have your studentdraw illustrations relating tothe words on the fronts of thepull tabs.
192. 192. Master Template Unusual Minibooks 8©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 11/2010Front PageInside PagesRolled Inside Page MinibookRolled Inside Page MinibookRolled Inside Page MinibookRolled Inside Page Minibook Cut out top portion as one piece. Fold in half. Cut out long rectangle withthe page folded. Cut out bottom portion as one piece. Fold. Cut on grey lines. Open out and then roll upbottom portion horizontally and insert the roll through the rectangle on the top portion. Open the page andclose to form the booklet. Video to help- http://www.liveandlearnpress.com/movies/00_0441.mov
193. 193. Master Template Unusual Minibooks 9©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 11/2010CCCCylinder Flap Minibookylinder Flap Minibookylinder Flap Minibookylinder Flap MinibookCollapsed Triangle FoldCollapsed Triangle FoldCollapsed Triangle FoldCollapsed Triangle FoldCut on solid lines. Mountain-fold diagonally on dashed grey line with text to the outside and then unfold.Mountain fold diagonally on the other dashed grey line with text to the outside and then unfold.Valley-fold the vertical dotted line. On the inside write the information.Collapse the whole unit into triangle so that the title is on the cover. Glue on to notebook page.
194. 194. Master Template Unusual Minibooks 10©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 11/2010TallTallTallTall NarrowNarrowNarrowNarrow FoldFoldFoldFoldScroll FlapScroll FlapScroll FlapScroll FlapFact WheelFact WheelFact WheelFact WheelCut out the front wheel withthe arrow and space. Pin tonumbered circle with brad inthe centre.How to use this Fact Wheel:1. Write your question onthe outer numberedstrip.2. Write the answer tothat question on thesame numbered insidesegment.3. When the front wheel ispointing to thequestion on the outerrim of the bottomcircle, the answer isrevealed in the space.Great for revision!
195. 195. Master Template Unusual Minibooks 11©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 11/2010Pocket with stripsPocket with stripsPocket with stripsPocket with strips Cut out pocket below as 1 piece. Fold on dotted lines and glue these to form a narrowpocket. Cut out the strips separately. Write your information on each strip.
196. 196. Master Template Unusual Minibooks 12©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 11/2010Quilt Square FoldQuilt Square FoldQuilt Square FoldQuilt Square Folded ined ined ined in HHHHalfalfalfalf Cut out book as one piece. Fold each triangle under. Fold book closed in halfwith cover on the front . On the outer flaps write questions. Answer the questions under the flaps.Concertina Diamond foldConcertina Diamond foldConcertina Diamond foldConcertina Diamond fold21 345
197. 197. Master Template Unusual Minibooks 13©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 11/2010`SimpleSimpleSimpleSimple FFFFlaplaplaplap MinibooksMinibooksMinibooksMinibooks ⇓⇓⇓⇓ ⇒⇒⇒⇒glue gluePop-up piecesCoverPopPopPopPop----Up CardUp CardUp CardUp CardPrint book on cardstock. Mountain-fold the book in half on the dotted line. Cut along the 4 solid lines. Foldthe bottom of each flap down in to the card on the grey dashed lines. Valley-fold the book in half, on thedotted line, so that the boxes pop in to the inside of the book.Cut out the small squares and paste or draw a picture on it. On the box marked “glue” glue the item youwant to pop-up sitting level with the bottom row of dots. Make sure it lies flat when closing the book.Cut out the cover and paste over the front of the folded card. Decorate.
198. 198.  Cut books out. Fold on lines (matchbook style). Regular Matchbooks
199. 199. Skinny Matchbooks
200. 200. Cut out book as one piece and fold matchbook style. Write one topic on each side (suchas French fries and mashed potatoes). Use the inside of the book to compare and con-trast the two topics.Compare and Contrast Matchbook
201. 201.    Cut on solid lines. Fold on dotted lines (matchbook style).Three Matchbooks
202. 202. Cutonsolidblacklines.Foldbooksmatchbookstyle.FourMatchbooks
203. 203. NineMatchbookTri-foldBook
204. 204. Directions.:Cutoutbookonﬁrstpage.Foldondottedlines(likeapamphlet).Writeatitleonthefront.Assembleeachmatchbook(thereareninetotal)bycuttingonsolidlinesandfoldingondotted.Openthecoverbookandpastethreematchbooksoneachpartoftheinside.NineMatchbookTri-foldBook
205. 205. NineMatchbookTri-foldBook
206. 206. NineMatchbookTri-foldBook
207. 207. Cut books out. Fold matchbook style.
208. 208. Name___________________________________ Date_________________________Math Notebook Rubric4 3 2 1Table ofContentsToC is neat,organized, andcomplete; containsall assignmentsToC is completeand neatToC is completeToC is included.May be messy orincompleteAppearanceandCompletedAll assignments forthe unit areincluded,completed, andshow great effortand prideMost assignmentsfor the unit areincluded,complete, andshow effort andcareMostassignments areincluded in theunit and arecompleteNotebook is, forthe most part,incomplete;missingmany/mostassignmentsQuality ofWorkAll work issuperior in qualityand shows greatcare and pride; nodoodling, tornpages, etc.Work qualityshows time andeffort; noinappropriatedoodling, tornpages, etc.Work qualityshows someeffort; noinappropriatedoodling, tornpages, etc.Work qualityshows minimaleffort; Doodlingdoes not relate tosubject orconcept; tornpages have notbeen mendedRight SideAll right side workis neat, highlighted(main points/ideas), dated, andtitledAll right sidework is neatlydone, organized,titled, and datedMost right sidework iscomplete, neat,titled, and datedMuch of the rightside work is notneat, titled, anddatedLeft SideAll left side work iscomplete,thoughtfully done,dated, and titledAll left side workis complete, neat,titled, and datedMost left sidework iscomplete, neat,titled, and datedMuch of the leftside work is notneat, titled, anddated
210. 210. 1©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/2010Bonds of 10 PuzzleBonds of 10 PuzzleBonds of 10 PuzzleBonds of 10 Puzzle9 14 6 5 53 72 810 01 97 38 26 4
211. 211. 2©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/20100 10Bonds of 10Bonds of 10Bonds of 10Bonds of 10 PuzzlesPuzzlesPuzzlesPuzzles1. Print on card stock or print on paper and laminate after youhave cut all the puzzles pieces apart.2. Cut out the blocks.3. Cut along the dotted lines –creating puzzle pieces.4. Cut out the pocket. Fold the sides over. Cut a slit in thefront flap. Insert the top flap into the bottom flap to close.To Play:To Play:To Play:To Play:1. Let the child place unifixunifixunifixunifix ((((MathsMathsMathsMaths counters)counters)counters)counters) blocksblocksblocksblocks on top ofevery number. This will be the concrete operation – workingwith groups of blocks.2. Match the puzzle pieces using the shapes to guide. Use theMaths unifix blocks and place the same number blocks abovethe puzzle pieces. Do this several times until the childrecognizes the matching numbers.3. Let the child first match all the pieces, and then remove allthe right sideright sideright sideright side pieces exceptexceptexceptexcept the twothe twothe twothe two 5555’’’’ssss. Now let the childmatch the correct number bonds without the shapesmatching! Repeat stage 1 or 2 if they are not sure of theconcept.4. Now the child can practice bonds of 10 on worksheets. (Usethe bonds 10 Maths Rockets or Amazing Maths Squaresfrom Practicalpages.wordpress.com)
212. 212. 3©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/2010Bonds of 10Puzzle
213. 213. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/20101+-MMMMaths Add and Subtractaths Add and Subtractaths Add and Subtractaths Add and SubtractWheeWheeWheeWheellllssssCut all thewheels, windowbars andwindows.Laminate fordurability.Attach thewindow bar overthe small wheel,on top of the bigwheel with a brad.Rotate only thebig wheel to addor subtract.(Not all numberscan besubtracted)
215. 215. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20101AmazingAmazingAmazingAmazing MathsMathsMathsMaths SquaresSquaresSquaresSquaresThe numbers in every rowALWAYS add up to 10!Up, down or sideways!1111 44448888111111115555=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=105555 222244441111 3333=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=101111 11118888111122227777=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=100000 88885555 11111111=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=103333 3333777700001111=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=100000 99997777333311110000=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10
216. 216. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20102AmazingAmazingAmazingAmazing MathsMathsMathsMaths SquaresSquaresSquaresSquaresThe numbers in every rowALWAYS add up to 10!Up, down or sideways!2222 222277776666=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=1055553333222244441111=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10444411115555 3333=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=100000 9999000022227777=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=101111 11117777 2222=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10333333331111 55552222=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10
217. 217. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20103AmazingAmazingAmazingAmazing MathsMathsMathsMaths SquaresSquaresSquaresSquaresThe numbers in every rowALWAYS add up to 10!Up, down or sideways!5555 2222000044446666=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=100000 88881111 4444=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=107777 00001111 5555=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=102222111177771111=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=103333 33337777 22224444=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=104444000022223333=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10=10
218. 218. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20101Math ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesUse the numbers on the left withthe number in the square andwrite your answer on the right====================11115555444433332222+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1====================55552222444411113333 ---- 1111====================11115555444433332222 ---- 1111====================55557777666644448888 ++++ 2222====================00005555333311112222 + 2+ 2+ 2+ 2====================33330000111144445555+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1====================77773333888811112222 - 0- 0- 0- 0====================66665555111144449999 + 0+ 0+ 0+ 0+/- 1; 2
219. 219. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20102Math ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesUse the numbers on the left withthe number in the square andwrite your answer on the right====================33332222444411115555 + 3+ 3+ 3+ 3====================33336666444477775555 - 3- 3- 3- 3====================66665555444433332222 - 2- 2- 2- 2====================11114444222200003333 ++++ 6666====================55550000111144442222 + 5+ 5+ 5+ 5====================66661111000033332222 ++++ 4444====================77776666888899995555 - 5- 5- 5- 5====================66665555777744449999 -4-4-4-4+/- 3; 4; 5
220. 220. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20103Math ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesUse the numbers on the left withthe number in the square andwrite your answer on the right====================55551111222233337777 x 1x 1x 1x 1====================55552222444411113333 x 3x 3x 3x 3====================101010102222444488886666 ÷÷÷÷ 2222====================444410101010666622228888 ÷÷÷÷ 2222====================44445555333311112222 xxxx 2222====================11112222444433335555 x 2x 2x 2x 2====================3333303030306666121212129999 ÷÷÷÷ 3333====================6666121212127777101010109999 x 3x 3x 3x 3x/÷ 1; 2; 3
221. 221. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20104Math ButteMath ButteMath ButteMath ButterfliesrfliesrfliesrfliesUse the numbers on the left withthe number in the square andwrite your answer on the right====================44447777555599996666 + 5+ 5+ 5+ 5====================555511111111171717171616161620202020 - 5- 5- 5- 5====================101010101515151514141414999912121212 - 5- 5- 5- 5====================888810101010121212121414141411111111 + 5+ 5+ 5+ 5====================77771313131388881111111120202020 - 6- 6- 6- 6====================66661515151510101010121212129999 - 6- 6- 6- 6+/- 5; 6 = > 10====================777733338888101010102222 +6+6+6+6====================66665555111144449999 + 6+ 6+ 6+ 6
222. 222. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20105Math ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesUse the numbers on the left withthe number in the square andwrite your answer on the right====================77774444111155552222 + 7+ 7+ 7+ 7====================777720202020141414141717171713131313 - 7- 7- 7- 7====================10101010888811111111999912121212 - 7- 7- 7- 7====================55557777666644448888 ++++ 8888====================00005555333311112222 ++++ 8888====================333310101010000099996666 + 7+ 7+ 7+ 7+/- 7; 8 = > 10====================1717171713131313181818181414141420202020 - 8- 8- 8- 8====================101010101515151512121212111111119999 - 8- 8- 8- 8
223. 223. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20106Math ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesUse the numbers on the left withthe number in the square andwrite your answer on the right====================44445555333311112222 x 3x 3x 3x 3====================9999888877771111222211111111 x 4x 4x 4x 4====================44441111555533332222 x 4x 4x 4x 4====================333333332222777766662121212118181818 ÷÷÷÷ 3333====================99991111555533330000121212123333 ÷÷÷÷ 3333====================777766668888999910101010 x 3x 3x 3x 3====================888833336666444444443232323222224444 ÷÷÷÷ 4444====================121212124848484811116666444428282828 ÷÷÷÷ 4444x/ ÷ 3; 4
224. 224. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20107Math ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesUse the numbers on the left withthe number in the square andwrite your answer on the right====================11115555444433332222+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1====================55552222444411113333 ---- 1111====================11115555444433332222 ---- 1111====================55557777666644448888 ++++ 2222====================00005555333311112222 + 2+ 2+ 2+ 2====================33330000111144445555+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1====================77773333888811112222 - 0- 0- 0- 0====================66665555111144449999 + 0+ 0+ 0+ 0
225. 225. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20108Math ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesUse the numbers on the left withthe number in the square andwrite your answer on the right====================22225555777733334444 x 5x 5x 5x 5====================5555555522220000444400001111555533335555 ÷÷÷÷ 5555====================1111000055550000444455553333000022225555 ÷÷÷÷ 5555====================121212125555666677778888 x 5x 5x 5x 5====================00005555333311112222 x 5x 5x 5x 5====================66661111000011111111121212129999 x 5x 5x 5x 5x/ ÷ 5====================555555555555606060604040404025252525 ÷÷÷÷ 5555====================2020202030303030101010101515151535353535 ÷÷÷÷ 5555
226. 226. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20109Math ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesUse the numbers on the left withthe number in the square andwrite your answer on the right====================44441111222233335555 x 10x 10x 10x 10====================60606060707070708080808011111010101090909090 ÷÷÷÷ 10101010====================1111000050505050202020204040404030303030 ÷÷÷÷ 10101010====================333310101010666644448888 x 10x 10x 10x 10====================1212121277775555999911111111 x 10x 10x 10x 10====================888899997777101010106666 x 10x 10x 10x 10====================600600600600484848480000595959590000888888880000777720202020÷÷÷÷ 10101010====================120120120120555520202020300300300300202020200000111100000000÷÷÷÷ 10101010x/ ÷ 10; 11
227. 227. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/201010Math ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesMath ButterfliesUse the numbers on the left withthe number in the square andwrite your answer on the right========================================blank========================================================================================================================
228. 228. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20101Math CaterpillarsMath CaterpillarsMath CaterpillarsMath Caterpillars+ 2 odd& even+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2++++ 2222+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2++++ 222210101010++++ 2222 ++++ 2222+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 211111111++++ 2222++++ 2222++++ 2222+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2++++ 222215151515+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2++++ 2222++++ 2222++++ 222211116666Use the number and operationin the circle, write your answerin the blank and use thatnumber for the next operation++++ 2222 ++++ 2222++++ 2222+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2++++ 222219191919++++ 2222++++ 2222++++ 2222++++ 2222++++ 222220202020
229. 229. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20102Math CaterpillarsMath CaterpillarsMath CaterpillarsMath Caterpillars+/- 3; 4; 5+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5++++ 4444+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 49999+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2 -2-2-2-2++++ 4444---- 3333+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 55555++++ 5555-1-1-1-1-2-2-2-2+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 22222++++ 3333---- 3333+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2- 1- 1- 1- 1---- 444411114444Use the number and operationin the circle, write your answerin the blank and use thatnumber for the next operation+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5 ++++ 2222- 4- 4- 4- 4---- 3333-2-2-2-211111111- 5- 5- 5- 5---- 4444- 3- 3- 3- 3---- 2222- 1- 1- 1- 120202020
230. 230. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20103Math CaterpillaMath CaterpillaMath CaterpillaMath Caterpillarsrsrsrs+/-/X/÷ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2- 2- 2- 2- 2÷÷÷÷ 2222+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2x 2x 2x 2x 23333÷÷÷÷ 2222 - 2- 2- 2- 2- 2- 2- 2- 2++++ 2222+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 210101010+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2÷÷÷÷ 2222+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 211113333x 2x 2x 2x 2÷÷÷÷ 2222+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-29999Use the number and operationin the circle, write your answerin the blank and use thatnumber for the next operationx 2x 2x 2x 2 - 2- 2- 2- 2- 2- 2- 2- 2÷÷÷÷ 2222+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 26666÷÷÷÷ 2222+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2÷÷÷÷ 2222+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1÷÷÷÷ 222220202020
231. 231. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20104Math CaterpillarsMath CaterpillarsMath CaterpillarsMath Caterpillarsx/ ÷ 3÷÷÷÷ 3333x 3x 3x 3x 3+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1÷÷÷÷ 3333+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 221212121x 3x 3x 3x 3 ÷÷÷÷ 3333x 3x 3x 3x 3÷÷÷÷ 2222+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 13333÷÷÷÷ 3333x 3x 3x 3x 3+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 2÷÷÷÷ 3333+ 2+ 2+ 2+ 233333333÷÷÷÷ 3333÷÷÷÷ 3333+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1÷÷÷÷ 3333+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 333336666Use the number and operationin the circle, write your answerin the blank and use thatnumber for the next operation÷÷÷÷ 3333 ---- 1111÷÷÷÷ 3333+ 8+ 8+ 8+ 8x 5x 5x 5x 59999+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3- 3- 3- 3- 3+ 3+ 3+ 3+ 3x 3x 3x 3x 3÷÷÷÷ 333324242424
232. 232. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20105Math CaterpillarsMath CaterpillarsMath CaterpillarsMath Caterpillars+/- 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4++++ 4444+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 44444++++ 4444 - 4- 4- 4- 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4- 4- 4- 4- 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 48888- 4- 4- 4- 4-4-4-4-4- 4- 4- 4- 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4- 4- 4- 4- 416161616x 4x 4x 4x 4- 4- 4- 4- 4÷÷÷÷ 4444+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 42222Use the number and operationin the circle, write your answerin the blank and use thatnumber for the next operationx 4x 4x 4x 4 - 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4x 4x 4x 4x 4- 4- 4- 4- 43333÷÷÷÷ 4444+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4x 4x 4x 4x 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4÷÷÷÷ 444448484848
233. 233. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20106Math CaterpillarsMath CaterpillarsMath CaterpillarsMath Caterpillars+/- / x/ ÷ 5x 5x 5x 5x 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5- 5- 5- 5- 5- 5- 5- 5- 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 53333÷÷÷÷ 5555 ÷÷÷÷ 5555+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5x 5x 5x 5x 5- 5- 5- 5- 533330000- 5- 5- 5- 5++++ 5555x 5x 5x 5x 5+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5÷÷÷÷ 333320202020x 5x 5x 5x 5x 5x 5x 5x 5- 5- 5- 5- 5÷÷÷÷ 5555+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 56666Use the number and operationin the circle, write your answerin the blank and use thatnumber for the next operation÷÷÷÷ 5555 + 2+ 2+ 2+ 2÷÷÷÷ 5555- 2- 2- 2- 2+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 560606060÷÷÷÷ 5555x 5x 5x 5x 5÷÷÷÷ 5555x 2x 2x 2x 2+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 510101010
234. 234. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20107Math CaterpillarsMath CaterpillarsMath CaterpillarsMath Caterpillars+/- 10+ 10+ 10+ 10+ 10- 10- 10- 10- 10+ 10+ 10+ 10+ 10÷÷÷÷ 10101010+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 100003333÷÷÷÷ 11110000÷÷÷÷ 10101010+ 10+ 10+ 10+ 10x 10x 10x 10x 10+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 140404040x 10x 10x 10x 10÷÷÷÷ 10101010- 10- 10- 10- 10- 10- 10- 10- 10+ 10+ 10+ 10+ 1010101010÷÷÷÷ 10101010- 10- 10- 10- 10x 10x 10x 10x 10÷÷÷÷ 10101010x 5x 5x 5x 520202020Use the number and operationin the circle, write your answerin the blank and use thatnumber for the next operation+ 5+ 5+ 5+ 5 ÷÷÷÷ 10101010xxxx 11110000+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1÷÷÷÷ 1010101085858585x 10x 10x 10x 10+ 10+ 10+ 10+ 10x 10x 10x 10x 10÷÷÷÷ 10101010+ 10+ 10+ 10+ 101111
235. 235. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20108Math CMath CMath CMath Caterpillarsaterpillarsaterpillarsaterpillarsx/-/x/÷ ?Write the number used with theoperation and write that numberin the underlined space+ _+ _+ _+ _ ++++ ____++++ ____++++ ____++++ ____66662222111155551111222211110000 11117777+ _+ _+ _+ _xxxx ____÷÷÷÷ ____xxxx ____÷÷÷÷ ____1111888888882222111122222222 11114444÷÷÷÷ ____ ÷÷÷÷ ____++++ ____÷÷÷÷ ____++++ ____111100002222000011115555555511110000 5555+ _+ _+ _+ _++++ ____++++ ____++++ ____++++ ____88885555111177771111222211111111 22220000---- ____---- ____++++ ____++++ ____---- ____88881111222211116666111122226666 11113333+ _+ _+ _+ _ ++++ ____xxxx ____÷÷÷÷ ____÷÷÷÷ ____222244442222111111116666444411112222 22220000
236. 236. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20109Math CaterpillarsMath CaterpillarsMath CaterpillarsMath CaterpillarsblankUse the number and operationin the circle, write your answerin the blank and use thatnumber for the next operation
237. 237. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20101MathsMathsMathsMaths CornerCornerCornerCornerssssAdd the side blocks tomake the number in thecircle55551111333327777000011113333244444222233331111555554444333326666
238. 238. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20102MathsMathsMathsMaths CornerCornerCornerCornerssssAdd the side blocks tomake the number in thecircle33331111555526666666611113333555588884777733331111999911114444333324444
239. 239. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20103MathsMathsMathsMaths CornerCornerCornerCornerssssAdd the side blocks tomake the number in thecircle
240. 240. 1©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/2010124379581+ 1Math FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath Flowers65329714+ 312141317 1915 1811+ 2121118131615910+ 1163978105+ 3Use the number in the center of the flowerand + it to the petals. Write the answer onthe outer petal.21975634+ 2+ 1,,2,,3
241. 241. 2©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/2010124379581-1Math FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath Flowers210975634- 2653897104- 33497 25 810- 2121118131615910- 1563910874- 3Use the number in the center of the flowerand - it to the petals. Write the answer onthe outer petal.- 1,,2,,3
242. 242. 3©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/201064379581+ 2Math FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath Flowers21975634+ 265329784- 212141317 1915 1811- 2121118131615910+ 2263978105- 2Use the number in the center of the flowerand + or - it to the petals. Write the answeron the outer petal.+ 2/ - 2
243. 243. 4©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/201014379582+ 3Math FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath Flowers21975634+ 36532 97 14+ 310437 95 811-3121118131615910- 3364978105- 3Use the number in the center of the flowerand +/-/x/÷ it to the petals. Write theanswer on the outer petal.+ 3/ - 3
244. 244. 5©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/2010Use the number in the center of the flowerand + or 1 it to the petals. Write the answeron the outer petal.124379581+ 4Math FlowMath FlowMath FlowMath FlowersersersersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath Flowers21975634+ 46532 97 14+ 41214131719151811- 4121118131615910- 44611978105- 4+ 4/ - 4
245. 245. 6©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/201024379581+ 5Math FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath Flowers65329714+ 512141317 1915 1811+ 5121118131615910- 510611978105- 5Use the number in the center of the flowerand + or - it to the petals. Write the answeron the outer petal.+ 5/ - 521975634+ 5
246. 246. 7©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/2010Math FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath Flowers21975634x 265329714x 21612148 206 1810÷ 212121881614102÷ 212620448102÷ 2Use the number in the center of the flowerand x/÷ it to the petals. Write the answeron the outer petal.x/÷ 214379582x 2
247. 247. 8©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/20102197 56 34x 365329714x 3312159216186÷ 31215183692124÷ 3Math FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersUse the number in the center of the flowerand x/÷ it to the petals. Write the answeron the outer petal.x/÷ 3336242136183012÷ 314379582x 3
248. 248. 9©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/201021975634x 465329714x 416124820362416÷ 4123224816442028÷ 414379582x 4Math FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath Flowers Use the number in the center of the flowerand x/÷ it to the petals. Write the answeron the outer petal.x/÷ 4121620444284024÷ 4
249. 249. 10©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/20102197 56 34x 565329714x 5605453020251510÷ 5202551535451040÷ 5Math FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersUse the number in the center of the flowerand x/÷ it to the petals. Write the answeron the outer petal.x/÷ 5256020454015535÷ 514379582x 5
250. 250. 11©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/20102197 56 3410 -6532971410 -6245068110 -5283640710 -1437958210 -Math FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersUse the number in the center of the flowerand – the number in the petals. Write theanswer on the outer petal.bonds of1016244810510 -
251. 251. 12©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/201065329714x 10602040803050 8010÷ 1040207080103010060÷ 1014379582x 10Math FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersUse the number in the center of the flowerand x/÷ it to the petals. Write the answeron the outer petal.x/÷ 1020601005040809070÷ 1021975634x 10
252. 252. 13©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 03/20102Math FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersMath FlowersUse the number in the center of the flowerand x/÷/+/- it to the petals. Write theanswer on the outer petal.22222
253. 253. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20101MMMMathsathsathsaths In & OutIn & OutIn & OutIn & OutWrite the number thatcomes out when you usethe number in the circle2222 6666 1111 5555 8888 0000 33337777++++ 2222ininininoutoutoutout+3+3+3+3ininininoutoutoutout5555 1111 0000 3333 8888 2222 44449999+1+1+1+1ininininoutoutoutout9999 16161616 19191919 17171717 25252525 43434343 9898989812121212+10+10+10+10ininininoutoutoutout4444 2222 9999 3333 8888 5555 77771111-2-2-2-2ininininoutoutoutout10101010 3333 9999 4444 2222 7777 55556666-1-1-1-1ininininoutoutoutout7777 2222 8888 3333 5555 9999 11114444
254. 254. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20102MMMMathsathsathsaths In & OIn & OIn & OIn & OututututWrite the number thatcomes out when you usethe number in the circle3333 1111 7777 2222 9999 0000 44448888++++ 5555ininininoutoutoutout+4+4+4+4ininininoutoutoutout1111 6666 2222 8888 0000 5555 44443333+1+1+1+1ininininoutoutoutout28282828 33336666 19191919 79797979 55553333 99999999 6565656547474747+10+10+10+10ininininoutoutoutout23232323 37373737 99990000 48484848 88881111 55554444 7777222211115555-2-2-2-2ininininoutoutoutout13131313 15151515 11111111 17171717 10101010 2222 1818181819191919-0-0-0-0ininininoutoutoutout7777 2222 8888 3333 5555 9999 11114444
255. 255. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20103MMMMathsathsathsaths In & OutIn & OutIn & OutIn & OutWrite the number thatcomes out when you usethe number in the circle2222 6666 1111 5555 8888 0000 33337777++++ 2222ininininoutoutoutout+3+3+3+3ininininoutoutoutout5555 1111 0000 3333 8888 2222 44449999+1+1+1+1ininininoutoutoutout9999 16161616 19191919 17171717 25252525 43434343 9898989812121212+10+10+10+10ininininoutoutoutout4444 2222 9999 3333 8888 5555 77771111-2-2-2-2ininininoutoutoutout10101010 3333 9999 4444 2222 7777 55556666-1-1-1-1ininininoutoutoutout7777 2222 8888 3333 5555 9999 11114444
256. 256. ©Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 02/20104MMMMathsathsathsaths In & OutIn & OutIn & OutIn & Out Write the number thatcomes out when you usethe number in the circle+100+100+100+100ininininoutoutoutout20202020 1111 99999999 72727272 36363636 22222222 5005005005008888-10-10-10-10ininininoutoutoutout59595959 33333333 71717171 84848484 11111111 45454545 6262626226262626+4+4+4+4ininininoutoutoutout92929292 61616161 59595959 28282828 37373737 45454545 7777777784848484x2x2x2x2ininininoutoutoutout2222 3333 9999 7777 4444 6666 11118888-5-5-5-5ininininoutoutoutout60606060 30303030 45454545 70707070 15151515 90909090 8585858525252525x3x3x3x3ininininoutoutoutout4444 6666 3333 8888 2222 10101010 55559999