This is great differentiated coordinate graphing practice. Your students will plot points in quadrant I and connect them, making a picture of a friendly DOLPHIN jumping out of the water. I've added two different versions of the picture. The first one can be used for intervention as it breaks the picture into easier parts. The second version is more for enrichment. It is a mystery picture that students must solve. I've also added a bonus for those early finishers. You will also find a copy of graph paper attached as well as a key of what the dolphin is supposed to look like. My young daughter did the picture and I just scanned her copy in as a key for teachers.