I often end up doing searches to find a certain type of graph paper. I have also made a few different templates that I find work well with students. It's definitely cheaper to buy graph paper, but it's also nice to have my graph paper ready when I need it and to have different options for what to te
Designed by Mr. Peter for older math students, this 60-page packet includes masters for Cartesian graphs (3 & 6 per page), first quadrant graphs for data plots (3 & 6 per page), number lines (10 per page with work space), isometric graph paper (large dots, small dots, lines), standard graph
Monitor any goal or behavior with this convenient and paper free monitoring from that automatically graphs each goal right on your iPad.
This FREE SAMPLE will allow only one goal.
*This file is in a ZIP format and will need to be unzipped before it can be used (can be unzipped on your iPa
This template is similar to my free Cornell notes template, however instead of a field to write down notes there is an area filled with dots that can be used to create graphs or shapes. Like other Cornell notes, it still contains the left-hand column to generate extra thoughts and a summary section
When students begin learning how to graph rational functions, they tend to experience a great deal of difficulty. Often times there is a pull in which they “just want to get it done” and reach for a graphing calculator, not to check one’s solution but to get the solution. This handout is designed to