# Origami Cootie Catchers (a.k.a. Fortune Tellers)

Kids love to learn math, grammar, science, and social studies with these foldable origami fortune teller games. Students cut, color, fold the fortune teller toy. Then they're ready to play and learn!

## Multiplication Basic Facts

This origami fortune teller includes the hardest 0-9 multiplication facts. Basic facts include 6x7, 8x7, 6x3, 7x4, 7x3, 3x8, 9x7, and 4x8. (Does NOT include 10s, 11s, or 12s.)
Fold the origami fortune teller and use it to practice multiplying by twos. Includes eight basic facts. (Up to 2 x 12)
Use this origami fortune teller to review multiplication by threes. (Up to 3 x 12)
Review your fours times tables with this multiplication cootie catcher craft project. (Up to 4 x 12)
Cut and fold the paper to make a fortune teller that allows students to practice multiplying by fives. (Up to 5 x 12)
Multiply by six with this creative origami cootie catcher game. (Up to 6 x 12)
Your students will become pros at multiplying by 7s when they practice with this fortune teller. (Up to 7 x 12)
Want to master the eights? Cut, color, fold, and use this review toy. (Up to 8 x 12)
Kids will quickly learn to multiply numbers by nine with this fortune teller game. (Up to 9 x 12)
Use this c.c. to practice basic multiplication facts with tens. (Up to 10 x 12)
Color, then cut, then fold the fortune teller. Includes eight basic facts with elevens. (Up to 11x12)
Learn those tricky twelves with this paper-folding game. (Up to 12x12)

## Division Basic Facts

Fold the origami cootie catcher and use it to practice the toughest basic division facts. Basic division facts include thirty-two divided by eight, twenty-eight divided by four, and sixty-three divided by seven.
Fold, cut, and color this origami fortune teller (aka cootie catcher) game. Players review division facts with divisors of two .
(Up to 24 divided by 2)
Create and play with this fun paper fortune teller, which includes basic division facts with three as a divisor.
(Up to 36 divided by 3)
Players will practice dividing by four with these simple division cootie catcher crafts.
(Up to 48 divided by 4)
Learn to divide by five with this super paper fortune teller math game.
(Up to 60 divided by 5)
Your students will enjoy reviewing their basic division facts with these fun fortune tellers. All divisors are 6.
(Up to 72 divided by 6)
Review simple division facts with seven. Students color and fold this cootie catcher, then play an entertaining division review game with friends.
(Up to 84 divided by 7)
Do your students know how to divide by eight quickly and accurately? If not, give them this fun printable origami craft to review.
(Up to 96 divided by 8)
Dividing by nine is lots of fun when you play with this fortune teller craft project.
(Up to 108 divided by 9)
Practice dividing with ten as a divisor. This cootie catcher includes eight different facts.
(Up to 110 divided by 10)
Practice dividing numbers by eleven with this super-fun, foldable, origami fortune teller activity.
(Up to 121 divided by 11)
Fold, cut, color, and begin learning to divide by twelve with this cootie catcher game.
(Up to 144 divided by 12)

## Time and Money

This cootie catcher will help kids practice reading clocks to the nearest 5 minutes.
This one teaches kids to read time in advanced word form. (examples: "ten minutes to three" and "quarter to seven")

## More Math

When your students play this one, they will have to tell what fraction of each shape is shaded.
Color, cut, and fold the origami fortune teller (a.k.a. cootie catcher). Then play the game to review the names of basic polygon shapes.
Pupils round two-digit numbers to the nearest ten.
On this one, students round numbers to the nearest hundred. (example: 529 rounds to 500)
Learn solid shapes, such as cone, pyramid, cube, and rectangular prism.
Learn the square root of 49, 64, 81, 100, 121, and 144 with this paper-folding activity.
Play this cootie catcher game to review squared numbers.

## Language Arts

Students make and play this origami cootie catcher game to review fact and opinion.
While playing with this origami cootie catcher game, students will count the number of syllables in words. Words include phone, information, dinosaur, calculator, yellow, hamburger, and eraser.

## Social Studies

Make an origami cootie catcher (also known as a fortune teller) game. Cut, color, fold, and play!

## Science

On this one, students classify vertebrates into groups. They determine whether an animal is a bird, reptile, fish, mammal, or amphibian.
Your students will answer questions about outer space and our solar system when they play this science game.
When they play this game, students will answer questions about solids, liquids, and gasses.

## Blank Cootie CatcherTemplates

Create any type of cootie catcher at all with this blank template.
This blank fortune teller template has fun shapes that students can write in and color.

## Holidays

Children can color, cut, and fold this Chinese dragon cootie catcher! A full color version of this activity is also available.
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