Happy Easter everyone.
Set your highflying math students a real challenge with this very tricky coordinates activity.
An Easter Egg reward would be appropriate for any student prepared to take on this challenge.
How do you cater for differentiation within the classroom?
How do you cater for multiple intelligences and learning styles?
Are you truly extending your highflyers or just providing them with “keep busy” activities?
This Math Activity sheet will extend and motivate your competent Math students but you can also set it as a challenge for your entire class. Anyone who successfully completes this challenge deserves a special reward. An Easter Egg perhaps.
Your students are guaranteed to have a good time solving this puzzle while increasing their knowledge and understanding of the Cartesian Plane, Positive and Negative Numbers, Decimal Fractions, Ordered Pairs and Coordinates.
Use a grid reference system to describe locations. Describe routes using landmarks and directional language (ACMMG113)
Introduce the Cartesian coordinate system using all four quadrants (ACMMG143)
USA COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS
This activity sheet is illustrated by the excellent comic styling of Ron Leishman.
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