Math - Coordinate Graphing
Teach ordered pairs with cups. Helpful teaching ideas.
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coordinate grids and ordered pairs activity
Teaching Coordinate Grids and Ordered Pairs. Our field student, Miss Bertrand, taught a lesson on coordinate grids this week. She taught the students to walk across the grid and then up the grid to get a piece of candy they wanted on the grid. (We wanted to go outside, but it has been raining SO MUCH in PA lately.)
Teaching Coordinate Grids and Ordered Pairs. students walk across the grid and then up the grid to get a piece of candy they wanted
Mrs. Lewis' Learning Library
Coordinate Plane Battleship
Worksheets by Math Crush: Graphing,Coordinate Plane
Totally Free (and of course, FABULOUS) Olympic medal coordinate graphing picture activity. Students plot ordered pairs, write ordered pairs, and draw line segments that complete a picture of an Olympic medal. What a fun way to get kids enthusiastic about the upcoming Olympic Games! Both first quadrant and four quadrant activities are included. Joy of Teaching
FREE Olympic Medal Coordinate Graphing Activity! Two different versions...one is first quadrant only (all positive numbers) and one is four quandrant (both positive and negative numbers). $0.00
Students toss two dice (one regular and one A-F) in this fun game that introduces students to coordinate graphing in the spaces. Students form a coordinate pair based on the dice toss and place a marker on that space, if possible. If the space holds a candy, they grab the candy for a quick five points. Create A-F dice using plain dice or purchase small wooden cubes at a craft store to make the dice.
Hands-on coordinate planes. Fun! Students toss two dice, form a coordinate pair, and place a marker on that intersection. Students alternate turns, each trying to be the first to get four markers in a row horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.
Mathwire.com | Coordinate Geometry
2 player game, each player inserts his word list in spaces going across (one letter per box). Players take turns guessing coordinates. If they miss, they mark it on their board. If they hit a letter, they keep guessing until they miss. If they sink a word, the player marks it off of his list. The goal of the game is to sink all of your opponent's words