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This puzzle is a set of 34 coordinates that will eventually form the shape of Connecticut. This is a great task for students learning latitude and longitude or as a practice for those who already know latitude and longitude. I have used this formative assessment with students for years and have found that when they know that the coordinates will eventually make a shape it helps them to see if they are using the right directions. Students will plot the coordinates one at a time, label them in numerical order, and finally connect the dots to hopefully see the outline of Connecticut. It has worked great for my students so I hope yours find the same success.
This works great if you are in a jam and need a plan for a sub because this is one where the kids will be actively working and something the sub will be able to help them with along the way.
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