Pi Day Coordinate Graphing Mystery Picture
This is a great activity where students graph points on a coordinate plane and it creates a picture of the Pi Symbol with Happy Pi Day at the bottom! The clever title of "Stop being so Irrational!" gives them a clue to what the picture will be. The points include ordered pairs from all four quadrants and decimals such as (1.5, -4.5) and (-0.25, 1.75).
This product includes:
--A colored example of the finished picture.
--Student Instructions with the ordered pairs.
--A graph with the numbers and x- and y-axis labeled.
--A graph with the fractional grid lines labeled as well. This is great for differentiation!
It is easy to print the points on one side and the graph on the back side to save paper! This is a great Pi Day, Albert Einstein, End of the Year, Substitute, "filler days", early finisher activity, and anchor activity!
This is hand drawn, not computer generated, so the points graphed work out exactly as the picture looks!
Common Core Aligned!
Solve real-world and mathematical problems by graphing points in all four quadrants of the coordinate plane.
My students love to graph this and color it with their own designs! It makes a great bulletin board display! Have your students create this before celebrating Pi Day(March 14=3.14) to decorate your hallways! The pi symbol leaves lots of room for creativity!
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