Teach and practice the coordinate grid system by plotting points to reveal a mystery picture. Students enjoy doing these.
This product contains materials for three different, unique pictures - a tipi (teepee), castle, and slice of birthday cake.
Included in this package are the following:
-- Teacher notes
-- Illustrated coordinate grid vocabulary printable
-- Printable instructions for setting up a one-quadrant coordinate grid and a four-quadrant coordinate grid
-- Printable blank 30 x 40 unit grid paper
-- Printable 4-quadrant coordinate grid sheet with x- and y-axes drawn and numbered
-- Printable 1-quadrant coordinate grid sheet with x- and y-axes drawn and numbered
-- Printable coordinate sheets for each of the three mystery pictures, 2 versions each (1-quadrant and 4-quadrant)
-- Picture of each of the completed mystery pictures
1. Tipi (teepee), 4 quadrants
2. Tipi (teepee), 1 quadrant
3. Castle, 4 quadrants
4. Castle, 1 quadrant
5. Birthday cake, 4 quadrants
6. Birthday cake, 1 quadrant
this activity by assigning graphing in one quadrant (positive coordinates only) or four quadrants (positive and negative coordinates). Also, the pictures vary in difficulty, from tipi with 12 coordinate pairs, to birthday cake with 51 coordinate pairs, and castle with 86 coordinate pairs.
These pictures are included in a money-saving bundle, Coordinate Grid Picture Graphing
, which combines several coordinate grid products in one.
Other coordinate grid picture products that you might like:
Coordinate Grid Pictures in Four Quadrants
Coordinate Grid Word Pictures
Check out my Freebie, Graphing Letters on the Coordinate Grid
in which students draw their own names and write the coordinate pair directions needed to replicate it.
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