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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
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 product is a set of 4 Halloween graphing pages. Great for practicing coordinate plane (first quadrant) x, y graphing. As students plot the points, they connect the dots with line segments. When they finish, a fun Halloween image will be revealed. Allow them to color their picture when done.**BUY THE YEAR LONG HOLIDAY BUNDLE**Get 2 sets TOTALLY FREE with bundle price!Included is:•Blank Graphing page•Mystery #1- Jack-O-Lantern (easy)•Mystery #2- Frankenstein (medium)•Mystery #3- Bat (easy)•My
Practice plotting ordered pairs with these fun Halloween Math coordinate graphing mystery pictures! Use them throughout the whole month of October and add them to your bulletin board for a spooky 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 no fractions or decimals. This activity is perfect for math centers
A Bundle — For the entire year! There are 28 differentiated mystery pictures for your students to choose from!This bundle is made up of my 7 Differentiated Seasonal and Holiday-Themed Coordinate Graphing Ordered Pair Mystery Pictures:• Back to School Coordinate Graphing Ordered Pairs {Mystery Pictures}• Halloween Coordinate Graphing Ordered Pairs {Mystery Pictures}• Thanksgiving Coordinate Graphing Ordered Pairs {Mystery Pictures}• Christmas Coordinate Graphing Ordered Pairs {Mystery Pictures}•
Grades:
4th - 9th
This is a great holiday math activity where students graph points on a coordinate plane and it creates a picture of a Monster! The clever title of "I Love Scaring Kids!" gives them a clue to what the picture will be. I have included Student Instructions for BOTH Quadrant One ONLY and instructions that include ALL four Quadrants! This is a great way to differentiate for your lower-level learners as well as your higher-level learners.The points include ordered pairs with decimals such as (10, 4.5)
Celebrate Halloween with these cute coordinate graph activities! This pdf. file includes 11 unique graphing activities in both first & fourth quadrants. Activities vary in difficulty so your beginning and advanced students can work simultaneously.Included in this purchase:1) Coordinate grid pages2) 11 graph activities in first quadrant only3) 11 graph activities in all four quadrants4) Answer KeysYou might also like:Coordinate Graph Mystery Pictures BundleThanksgiving Mystery PicturesWinter
These Halloween coordinate plane graphing pictures are a great activity for your math lessons, early finishers, when there is a substitute, or just for an extra fun activity for the class during October. Coordinate plane mystery pictures are a fun way for students to practice graphing. They just graph the coordinate pairs in order, connecting the points with a line until it tells them to stop the line they are working on and start a new one. When they are finished they have a fun picture to colo
This is a great holiday math activity where students graph points on a coordinate plane and it creates a picture of a Halloween Skeleton! The clever title of "The Pumpkin King!" gives them a clue to what the picture will be. The points include ordered pairs from all four quadrants and decimals such as  (1.5, -4.5) and (-0.25, 1.75). CLICK HERE to SAVE OVER 40% and get this with my Coordinate Graphing Pictures BUNDLEThis resource includes:• A colored example of the finished picture • Student Inst
Grades:
7th - 10th
Halloween Coordinate Graphing. Included in this set are three different Halloween Coordinate Grid Mystery Pictures + 1 modified version (all positive numbers): Mystery Picture #1: Frankenstein's Wife Mystery Picture #2: Zombie Fish Mystery Picture #3: Vampire Mystery Picture #1A: Frankenstein's Wife (modified version) Mystery pictures 1-3 are used with blank 4-quadrant coordinate paper (included), which includes both negative and positive numbers. A modified version is included of Franken
Grades:
5th - 9th
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This is a great holiday math activity where students graph points on a coordinate plane and it creates a picture of a Witch! The clever title of " …but only by a True Love’s Kiss!" gives them a clue to what the picture will be. The points include ordered pairs from all four quadrants and decimals such as  (1.5, -4.5).CLICK HERE to SAVE 20% and get this as a Maleficent BUNDLEThis resource includes:• A colored example of the finished picture • Student Instructions with the ordered pairs. • A graph
This coordinate graphing activity is a spooky way to practice plotting ordered pairs. Included are two versions to easily differentiate within your classroom. One set of ordered pairs require students to first solve some multiplication problems with exponents. The other set is simply the ordered pairs. The mystery picture for both pages will result in Frankenstein's monster! We hope you enjoy this product. Be sure to check out our other holiday items in our custom categories on the left side of
Grades:
3rd - 6th
Updated 10/25/2019 at 1:30pm Eastern TimeThe coordinate points have been triple checked by more than 2 other teachersAll errors have been correctedAlso has a slightly new lookIf you purchased/downloaded BEFORE the above date/time please re-download at no charge so you have the newest version. I sincerely apologize for any inconveniences the few mistakes may have caused in your classrooms. I am forever grateful for your purchase.Three different mystery pictures! Student use quadrant 1 to graph po
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Grades:
4th - 8th
About this resource:This resource reinforces the concept of graphing coordinates and finding the slope of the lines formed by those coordinates. This activity is great practice for calculating rise over run on a coordinate plane. Students graph and connect coordinates on a coordinate plane. If done correctly, the coordinates will reveal a witch's hat with a spider hanging from the tip.After revealing the witch's hat, students find the slope of 36 lines in their picture. Have students find all 36
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Grades:
7th - 10th

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Pumpkin Math: Halloween Coordinate Graphing & Ordered Pairs: This Fun Activity integrates math with Halloween; a great way to have fun while improving math skills. Important: Check out my Coordinate Graphing Activities:          ♦ Graphing the Constellations:          ♦ Easter Bunny (Spring) Coordinate Graphing =========================================================================== Customer Tips: How to get TPT credit to use on future purchases: Go to your "My Purchases" page.
This is a great Fall or Halloween math activity where students graph points on a coordinate plane and it creates an outline of a spiderweb and spider! The clever title of "With the right words you can change the world." gives them a clue to what the picture will be. Students will be able to express their creativity with their designs! I have included Student Instructions for both Quadrant One ONLY and instructions that include ALL four Quadrants! This is a great way to differentiate for your low
Students will love completing these engaging Halloween activities as they practice plotting ordered pairs. Coordinate Mystery Graphs are great for math centers, fast finishers, or homework.  Students enjoy completing and coloring these fun pictures and always ask for more!  They make a great display in the hallway or on a bulletin board, especially when mounted on colorful construction paper.The bundle includes four different Halloween-themed mystery pictures. Each mystery picture has both first
Free Star Wars Storm Trooper and Halloween Peanuts Graphing Picture!Please read Elementary, Middle School and High School Teacher comments:Rack Your Brain  (TpT Seller) "This is possibly my favorite purchase on TpT! Students LOVE doing these and keep asking me for more!"Brittany B. - "My students LOVE that these have many of their favourite pop culture characters and request these to do even without getting any points for it. It's just a fun, engaging resource that reinforced graphing skills"Mel
Grades:
4th - 12th
These coordinate graphing projects are fun for the student and make a great bulletin board idea as well. This project can be used for Halloween. Students will use their knowledge of coordinate graphing and ordered pairs to work creating a drawing of a Jack-o’-Lantern. This will be created by plotting ordered pairs and then connecting them with straight lines. This activity can be a class project or something to be worked on independently when time allows. It also works as an extra credit as
Math Movie Questions and Coordinate Graphing Mystery Picture BUNDLE to accompany the movie Maleficent! Great for the End of the Year! This product includes: --Math Movie Questions to accompany Maleficent --Witch Coordinate Graphing Mystery Picture This is a great end of the semester "filler", substitute plans, Friday incentive, End of the Year Activity, etc. Common Core Aligned! **Please check out the preview for more details!** Click here to get all my MATH MOVIE questions in a BUNDLE! 20%
Grades:
7th - 10th
With this fun product, students can create a unique Halloween monster by choosing from 4 options for a monster's body, mouth, eyes, and horns. This allows for 256 different monster combinations! Some options have fewer plots to point, and some options have half-numbers, allowing you to differentiate for your students.The coordinate graphing pictures are great for review, extra practice, for fast finishers, after a test, or with a substitute. The monsters they create can make a great end-of-th
Celebrate Halloween with these 15 festive coordinate graphing activities. Each activity provides a list of coordinate points to connect. The students should connect the points only within the designated zones to create fantastically spooky graphs to celebrate Halloween.Don't forget to download a copy of my custom-made FREE GRAPH PAPER.Here are some tips: [1] All points will be on one grid line or another. [2] A completed picture has been provided to be used as a key. [3] You can download my cus
Grades:
5th - 10th
These coordinate graphing projects are fun for the student and make a great bulletin board idea as well. This project can be used for Halloween. Students will use their knowledge of coordinate graphing and ordered pairs to work creating a drawing of a bat. This will be created by plotting ordered pairs and then connecting them with straight lines.This activity can be a class project or something to be worked on independently when time allows. It also works as an extra credit assignment or wh
Do you have awesome classroom Halloween activities planned but need a little busy work for the kids? Look no further! Quadrant I Halloween coordinate graphing picture featuring bat, jack o' lantern, and spider web. Fun for math students of all ages!
Grades:
5th - 8th

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