This is a compressed zip folder filled with worksheets that deal with coordinate grids. It provides a worksheet for students who are above grade level, on grade level, and below grade level. The students on the above grade level have to write the word "FLY" and plot it using all four quadrants. The on grade level students have to plot the word fly and use only the first quadrant. The below grade level worksheet has the word FLY already printed, so those students just have to write the coordinates. This folder even provides a worksheet to fill in as students are doing the lesson. For this lesson, I made a fly by using a yard stick and gluing a fly to the end. We used the ceiling in our classroom for the fly to fly around. I made clear of the x-axis and y-axis. I have provided an extra worksheet for the students to stay on task and write the coordinates where the fly flew.