**UPDATE: I posted instructions on how to set up the flip-book at the bottom of the post.**

This post is an idea for an Angle Relationships foldable. I love making flip-books that fit in student's notebook for so many reasons!

I made the flip-book last year and the wheel a couple of weeks ago. For the wheel, you can pick up some brads for less than $2 at Walmart (200 in a pack).

I will probably make copies of the Angle Relationships flip-book on white paper so students can color code their notes and see highlighted key concepts. Last year, I split this lesson up into 2 days and did the odds on the first day and the evens on the second day. I'm not sure yet on what I am going to do this year... I have an awesome cut and paste activity that goes well with this that I really want to use.

If you need help setting up the pages, let me know and I can update this post with how to make the flip-book.

**Here are the files that I used for this post:**

Please leave a comment if you are going to use this and have any feedback to share. Are there any awesome angle relationships discovery activities in the #MTBoS?

Wow- this looks awesome! Thanks so much!

ReplyDeleteDo you have the cut and paste activity you used? I loved the ones you used for Points, lines, and planes!

ReplyDeleteDo you have the cut and paste activity you used? I loved the ones you used for Points, lines, and planes!

ReplyDeleteThis is so well done. I have no idea how to put it together though and could use a tutorial on this. Thanks

ReplyDeleteYes please let us know how to make this book! Thanks!!!

ReplyDeletedid you ever find out how to put them together

DeleteI too am flip book challenged! are they supposed to be double-sided in some way?

ReplyDeletedid you ever figure it out

Deletecan you please post on how to make the book...I printed out the attachment for the flip book but now I need to know how I put it together. it is not working for me lol

ReplyDeleteHas anyone figured this out?? I love the book but cannot figure out how to put it together for the life of me!

ReplyDeleteYes, it has to be printed 2 sided. Then put the page with "Linear Pair" down first, then tight on top of it the word "Vertical Angles", then tight on top of that the words "Supplementary Angles". Then carefully hold them so the three pages don't slide or move and Fold the top shortest piece and fold it toward you until complementary is on top of supplementary and fold and staple

ReplyDeleteYou have a typo when solving Example 3 for Supplementary Angles. You substituted 35 in for x, but it should be 37. :)

ReplyDeleteCan you please show how you put this together?

ReplyDeleteI just uploaded the instructions for the flip-book :)

DeleteTo put this together, I copied this way!

ReplyDeletePage one: Back to back: Angle relationships sheet so that on the other side you have adjacent angles box on the lettering.

Page two; back to back Complemetary angles words and on the other side Supplementary angles box with definition and illustration

Third page: back to back :Adjacent angles words with Complementary angles definition and illustration.

Then look at her pictures and put together.

Thank you for helping!

DeleteThank you for sharing this great resource!

ReplyDeleteThis is going to help me keep my students engaged and organized this year.

ReplyDeleteYour materials have been EXACTLY what I need this year . Do you create your own tests ?

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