MAKING COORDINATE GRAPHING FUN series - 1st in the series. INTERNATIONAL - consumers from 4 countries outside the USA. Cartesian Math or Coordinate Graphing - what ever you call this math, it's fun! Students beg for more. Teachers have a room full of students of many levels and to get to every student for each task it is nearly impossible but teachers do it. Stressful? YES! Tired, exhausted? YES! Here is your answer - Making Coordinate Graphing Fun series! This graphing helps students practice their graphing skills and they will know when they make a mistake. Each graph is a picture and if the picture looks "weird", then students will know to go back to their work to edit their math/graphing technique. Is there a secret to graphing? No. Remember to CRAWL before you STAND UP to WALK. Your X Axis is crawl and your Y axis is STAND UP to WALK. I use the house analogy for the descriptions of positives and negatives. If in a large city - use the skyscrapers and under ground parking as descriptors. Quadrant 1 is home - all is positive, positive. Quadrant II is the garage - a little scary (negative) but still positive. Quadrant III is the dungeon - scary (negative), scary (negative). Quadrant IV is the basement - good (positive), but still creepy (negative). Students will automatically help other students and it will be students you did not consider as helpers.