Four-quadrant coordinate grid graphing was never so fun! Your students will love creating graphs of famous characters as they practice this tricky skill.
Click here to access graphing worksheets of your students’ favorite characters. Some examples:
- Mickey Mouse, Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Lady and the Tramp, and other Disney characters
- Michelangelo’s Creation of Adam
- and more!
A separate site has a great Spongebob Squarepants.
Too difficult for your students? Have them work up to the challenge by practicing Math-Aids.com’s leveled four quadrant graphing puzzles. There are three levels, based on the number of points to plot. Go still more basic with one-quadrant ordered pair worksheets, the most commonly seen level in elementary standardized tests.
Math-Aids.com is an excellent math worksheet generator that provides leveled practice in every math skill under the sun, at every level an elementary school teacher will need. Click here to read a previous ClassAntics post extolling the benefits of this site.