Plotting points made fun! Instead of doing another boring worksheet, try a scavenger hunt and get the kids out of their seats and moving around! This self-checking scavenger hunt consists of 10 graphs on the coordinate plane. All four quadrants are utilized in the problems. My students are always highly engaged when I use a scavenger hunt!
Students must determine the coordinates of the point on the graph and find their answer among the remaining graphs. I have used opposite coordinates in most cases, so students really need to know which coordinate is x and which is y. For example, there is a graph which has coordinates of (4,-1) and one which has an answer of (-1,4).
Post the pages around your room in a random order. Provide each student with a copy of the student work page. This allows them to easily keep their work organized. Students may start on any letter they choose. They solve the problem on the top of the page, find their answer on the bottom of another page, then solve the problem on the top of that page. They continue in this pattern until they return to the letter where they started the activity. When starting with the “M” page, the letters will spell MACROPHYTE when completed correctly. This makes it super easy to check!
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