Pick up the paper. Follow the directions to fold the paper along the lines.
Cootie-Catcher-Twos for Multiplication Practice.
Cootie catcher folding directions. Turn over and fold alternate corners to center-point. To make your Cootie Catcher you will need a square piece of paper. Fold the paper in half top to bottom unfold and fold in half from left to right and unfold.
You can also make diagonal folds it will make the last step easier. Kids can write in words numbers and writing prompts in the cootie catcher or set it up for them. Download includes folding directions and activity suggestions.
Fold diagonally in the opposite direction. We generally cut it from an A4 sheet of paper so measures approximately 20 x 20 cm. Then fold all the corners to the center diagonally.
Fold two opposite diagonal corners together then open back up. Fold into fourths again. Turn paper printed side down.
Fold all 4 corners to center-point. Then open each flap and write a fortune or prediction. Playing directions and folding Directions with pictures are IncludedImportant.
Bring each corner towards the middle and make a neat fold picture 4 shows the first fold. Fold corners to center-point. Start folding bring one of the corners to the center of the paper.
Use your fingers to pinch the paper to the center. Cut out the cootie catcher on the dotted lines. Check out the Learning Bug for 16 FREE Sample Cootie Catchers that cover math science and language arts for grades 2-5.
Its time to fill in your cootie catcher. Fold in half vertically. Cut out large square below.
You should have folded lines like this. Finally on the outside flaps write the name of a color. Fold over the corners on the new side of the paper.
On top of the flaps write a number. The lines cross at the center of the paper. Begin by folding the paper across the diagnoal in both directions so you get a cross shape.
This direction-following task is a GREAT challenge in visual motor skills. Push your fingers into the pockets square pockets and push the flaps up to open up the cootie catcher. Fold in half vertically.
Turn the paper over so that the folded sides are face down. All these Cootie Catchers sell for 21270. Fold the other two opposite corners together then open back up.
You might need to wiggle your fingers a little bit to make the shark cootie catcher form. Flip over the paper the colored side or side with the fortune teller design should face the table. CVC and Word Families Take your vowels or word families and create an inspired set of cootie catchers that are colorful and fun for emergent readers.
Fold into fourths one last time. Folding and creasing paper builds hand strength. We usually skip this as it makes the cootie catcher puppets look cooler.
2– Moving the flaps in and out and side to side in time with the lettersspellout the name of the colour. We filled our cootie catcher with markers and unfolded it to show you how it looked like. Unfold and place face down.
Sample includes folding and activity directions. Start to push all the points inwards. 3–Stop on the last letter with the cootie catcher open to reveal the numbers ask your friend to pick a numberCount out the number and open the the flaps in and out and side.
Download Here This would also make a very fun addition to a Family Home Evening lesson. When all four corners are folded your catcher will look like this. My last primary lesson was on the 10 commandments.
Hold the paper in front of you as shown and fold it into a square. As a bundle they are 50 off for 10635There ar. Fold all four alternate corners.
Fold all four corners to the center of the paper. All you need is some nice paper. Fold the paper into fourths.
Heres one example from the Learning Bug website noted above a 2nd Grade lesson on Irregular Plurals. Place thumbs and index ﬁngers. Flip over the paper.
First cut out the square cootie catcher working on scissor skills. The kids loved learning about it but even more loved these fun 10 Commandment foldables to help them remember. Fold diagonally in Unfold.
Youll get the step by step folding directions and find a neat way to write along the creases to make additional sets of words to read. Fold the square shape in half to get the long rectangle the side with the teeth will stay inside. Open the cootie catcher flat and decorate.
Once you have folded in the four corners write the numbers one through 8 on each of the triangles. When all four corners have been folded your Cootie Catcher should look like this. Fold over the four corners evenly into the middle.
This science cootie catchers bundle includes all of my cootie catchers in the field of science as outlined below. 1– Find a friend and ask him or her to pick a colour on top flaps.