This is another magic pocket study tool I teach my students how to make. It is what is called a trihexaflexagon, which means basically a hexagon you can turn inside out to reveal a total of 3 complete faces (or sides of the paper). They put notes on these things and keep them in their pockets to make use of those odd bits of otherwise wasted time during the day (watching commercials during Channel One, waiting for the Pledge of Allegiance, after you finish your classwork...). Find enough odd bits of time, and you are done studying before you ever even get home! Now go have fun!
This is my second instructable. Clearly the first one wasn't exciting enough to win me a T-shirt... (-;
Step 1: Materials
For this project, you need a sheet of paper, a ruler, a protractor, scissors, and glue.