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An engaging activity to practice graphing ordered pairs and to help you get to know your students! (Perfect for the first day of math class!)
In this activity, students determine if statements are true or false about themselves. Each statement has a corresponding ordered pair. Students graph the points for each true statement to create a unique shape. The result is "the graph of me!"
3 versions included:
Each student's graph will be different. They look great for classroom decoration.
This resource is editable (using powerpoint), so you can change the statements. You will also receive a PDF.
Note: An answer key is not provided because each graph will be different. However, the points work their way around the graph so that no lines will intersect if connected in order (whether students mark every statement true about themselves or only a few). Therefore, you will be able to easily spot graphing errors if you see intersecting lines.
This is a great way to making graphing points fun. It works well on the first day of school too!