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Practice plotting ordered pairs with these fun and engaging differentiated coordinate grid mystery pictures for seasons and special occasions throughout the entire school year! There are 13 pictures included. These activities are perfect for distance learning, morning work, math centers, early finishers, substitutes, and homework. Teachers have commented:"So fun! The students request this activity to take home to do!""Very engaging way to practice graphing. I appreciate the two levels.""One of m
You Sunk My Ship is a coordinate plane graphing game similar to Battleship and is perfect to use in a math center. Your students can have the fun of playing a strategic game while practicing their math skills. Includes file folder game boards for quadrant I practice as well as one that uses all 4 quadrants (4 versions for each one). Also included are one page versions of the game as well as a quiz.Packet includes:-Teacher direction- Student directions- 2 different versions of the game - Quadrant
Included are Four Dabbing and Flossing-Themed Coordinate Graphing Mystery Pictures:-Dabbing Pizza-Flossing Pug-Flossing Unicorn-Dabbing TacoEach picture has three different graphing options to easily provide differentiation in your classroom.·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants with positive and negative whole numbers and decimals·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants with positive and negative whole numbers only·One picture to be graphed in this first quadrant with positiv
Practice plotting ordered pairs with these fun coordinate graphing monsters mystery pictures! This activity is easy to differentiate by choosing either the first quadrant (positive whole numbers) or the four quadrant (positive and negative whole numbers) worksheet. All points are represented by whole numbers, there are no fractions or decimals. This activity is perfect for math centers, early finishers, substitutes or homework. A fun activity for the End of the Year, Summer, Halloween or any ti
This coordinate graphing bundle includes the following emoji images: Face Savoring Delicious FoodSmiling Face with HaloHeart EyesSleeping FaceSmiley Face with Open MouthSmiling Face with SunglassesStuck- Out Tongue & Tightly Closed EyesWinking FaceNerd FaceWinking Eye & Stuck- Out TongueFace Throwing a KissOK Hand SignPerson Raising Both Hands in CelebrationThumbs Up SignPeace SignParty PopperHear- No- EvilSee- No- EvilSpeak- No- Evil (edited 1/24/22)Take a look at my EMOJI (Volume 2) B
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Grades:
4th - 12th
This document has been updated and revised to include three different levels of differentiation. Please download the preview to see more of what's included in this documentIncluded are Four Christmas-Themed Coordinate Graphing Mystery Pictures:Each picture has three different graphing options to easily provide differentiation in your classroom.·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants with positive and negative whole numbers and decimals·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants wit
Google Paperless Practice - Graphing Ordered Pairs on the Coordinate Plane {5.G.1}Engage your students with this interactive DIGITAL resource that works with Google Slides™. No more copies to be made, no more printer ink, and no more lost papers! With this 20-slide digital resource, your students will practice identifying the location of points and graphing points on the first quadrant of the coordinate plane. Students will love interacting with the movable pieces and typing their responses on
An 8 day CCSS-Aligned Coordinate Plane Unit - including plotting points on the coordinate plane to absolute value, opposites, and measuring the distance between points.Students will practice with both skill-based problems, real-world application questions, and error analysis to support higher level thinking skills. You can reach your students and teach the standards without all of the prep and stress of creating materials!Standards: 6.NS.6, 6.NS.6a, 6.NS.6b, 6.NS.6c, 6.NS.8; Texas Teacher? Grab
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5th - 7th
Graphing the Constellations: This activity integrates Math and Science together by teaching students about coordinate graphing as well the constellations! The constellations are precisely positioned so that their positions match that of their actual positions in the sky! This can even be used as a constellations star map! UPDATE (10/12/16): I have tweaked many of the pictures to make it easier for students to connect the dots for each constellation. Please re-download to receive this update.T
Christmas Math Coordinate Graphing Mystery Pictures: Santa, Reindeer, Elf, Gingerbread Man: Practice plotting ordered pairs with these fun Christmas mystery pictures! Use them throughout the whole month of December and add them to your bulletin board for a fun display. This activity is easy to differentiate by choosing either the first quadrant (positive whole numbers) or the four quadrant (positive and negative whole numbers) worksheet. All points are represented by whole numbers, there are n
This document has been updated and revised to include three different levels of differentiation. Please download the preview to see more of what's included in this documentIncluded are Four Halloween-Themed Coordinate Graphing Mystery Pictures:Each picture has three different graphing options to easily provide differentiation in your classroom.·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants with positive and negative whole numbers and decimals·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants wit
This bundle includes the following Christmas and winter themed mystery pictures for graphing in all four quadrants on the coordinate plane:Santa Claus EMOJIMrs. Claus EMOJIChristmas Tree EMOJIWrapped Gift EMOJISnowflake EMOJISnowman EMOJIDeer EMOJICandy CaneChristmas TreeGingerbread ManHollyPresentsReindeerSnowflakeSnowmanPenguinSanta ClausThese activities provide students with practice graphing in all four quadrants on the coordinate plane. Coordinates include positive & negative, whole &a
Linear Equations & Slope-Intercept Form - Fun Practice / Review Activity:If students graph all the lines correctly, the page folds up into a paper airplane!This activity is a fun way for your class to practice using slope of a line and graphing using Slope-Intercept Form. One version also includes reflections of lines on the coordinate plane.** This item is part of a larger DISCOUNTED bundle: Slope and Graphing Linear Equations BundleStudents graph lines and complete a short worksheet, then
This coordinate graph bundle includes the following mystery images: Smiling Face with HornsGrinning Face with One Large and One Small EyeGrinning Face with Star EyesHundred Points SymbolSparking Heart EmojiDog Face EmojiSmiling Cat with Heart Eyes EmojiMultiple Musical Notes EmojiRibbon EmojiFire EmojiPanda Face EmojiFrog Face EmojiGhost EmojiThese activities provide students with practice graphing in all four quadrants OR quadrant 1 only on the coordinate plane. Coordinates include positive &
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5th - 11th
Differentiated Winter Coordinate Graph Mystery PicturesThis document has been updated and revised to include three different levels of differentiation. Please download the preview to see more of what's included in this documentIncluded are Four Winter-Themed Coordinate Graphing Mystery Pictures:Each picture has three different graphing options to easily provide differentiation in your classroom.·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants with positive and negative whole numbers and decimal
Practice plotting ordered pairs with these fun coordinate graphing Summer theme mystery pictures! This activity is easy to differentiate by choosing either the first quadrant (positive whole numbers) or the four quadrant (positive and negative whole numbers) worksheet. All points are represented by whole numbers, there are no fractions or decimals. This activity is perfect for math centers, early finishers or homework. A fun activity for the end of the year!This bundle includes 4 mystery pictur
Click on italic link below to see more images:CoordinatePicturesImages Favorite math activity for students! Teachers have commented how students from 5th grade up to 12th grade love this activity! Even teachers love doing them! :)Please click on video to see how fun mystery graphing pictures can be in your classroom or at home.New Coordinate Pictures: Spider Man Home Coming, Coco, Roblox, PacMan, GRADE LEVEL LICENSE USAGE: I understand teachers have limited resources and so you can spread the c
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5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
INCLUDED in this download:Math Doodle SheetGuided Practice Sheet PowerPoint – to show students the KEY– two versions of both sheets included: INB and large 8.5 x 11 sizeTEKS and CC Aligned – plan for the FULL year includedThis download is part of a larger bundle of 68 Doodle Sheets found here: 6th Grade Math ALL the DOODLE Sheets ~ So Fun and Engaging!These 6th grade math doodle sheets are a great way to help the students learn math concepts! Students are engaged as they take creative notes and
Each picture has three different graphing options to easily provide differentiation in your classroom.·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants with positive and negative whole numbers and decimals·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants with positive and negative whole numbers only·One picture to be graphed in this first quadrant with positive whole numbers onlyAll of your students can complete the same mystery picture, but work at their own level!--------------------------------
Activities and mystery pictures to teach coordinate graphing and ordered pairs so kids can plot points and solve problems on a coordinate plane. Teach your students about graphing in the first quadrant of the coordinate plant with these woodland animal themed pages!**Easy to use for distance learning!** Digital layer already added - Assign in Google classroom with the TpT digital activity tool and kids can draw lines with the pen and enter answers in text boxes.Contents:*Coordinate Plane Vocab A
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3rd - 5th
These Halloween math activities provide students with practice graphing on the coordinate plane. Coordinates include whole and half numbers (example: 6, 2.5). It's great for "early finishers" or can be used as an extra credit assignment. Perfect for the month of October! This activity also makes a great decoration in your classroom!Graph in ALL 4 QUADRANTS or QUADRANT 1 ONLY!Updated 9/22/22 with an easy-to-read font + cohesive look!This bundle includes the following graphs:BatBlack CatsJack O’
This document includes three different levels of differentiation. Please download the preview to see more of what's included in this document.Included are Four Spring-Themed Coordinate Graphing Mystery Pictures:Each picture has three different graphing options to easily provide differentiation in your classroom·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants with positive and negative whole numbers and decimals·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants with positive and negative whole numb
Practice plotting ordered pairs with these fun spring / summer theme coordinate graphing mystery pictures! This activity is easy to differentiate by choosing either the first quadrant (positive whole numbers) or the four quadrant (positive and negative whole numbers) worksheet. All points are represented by whole numbers, there are no fractions or decimals. This activity is perfect for math centers, early finishers or homework. This bundle includes 4 mystery pictures: flower, bee, ladybug and b
Included are Four Thanksgiving-Themed Coordinate Graphing Mystery Pictures:Each picture has three different graphing options to easily provide differentiation in your classroom.·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants with positive and negative whole numbers and decimals·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants with positive and negative whole numbers only·One picture to be graphed in this first quadrant with positive whole numbers onlyAll of your students can complete the same my

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