This resource includes five mystery pictures created by plotting coordinate pairs in all four quadrants. All graphs involve positive and negative integers.
Your students will be challenged to plot carefully in order to create the “math art.”
The five pictures include
GraphA - Pencil Character (45 coordinate pairs)
GraphB - Football and Goalpost (60 coordinate pairs)
GraphC - Backpack (45+ coordinate pairs)
GraphD - Skull&Crossbones - Sept 19 is Talk-Like-A-Pirate Day (100+ coordinate pairs)
GraphE - Thomas Alva Edison (140+ coordinate pairs; some decimals, 0.5 only)
Samples of completed graphs are included.
Note: Color and detail has been added to the sample pictures.
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10 months of Graphing Pictures
Adding “art” to math
Coordinate graph practice
The completed projects can be used on a bulletin board or displayed for a Family Math Night.