Ordered Pairs and Coordinate Plane Worksheets
This ensemble of free ordered pairs and coordinate planes worksheets gets students on the go practicing, keeping pace with, and perfecting coordinate grids or Cartesian planes. To ensure step-by-step progress, our exercises include tasks like locating objects, plotting points on quadrants, graphing line segments, drawing shapes, and more. Ranging from locating stationary points to determining their position after movement in a specific direction, our pdfs have every opportunity for skills to leap to huge heights.
Our printable worksheets on ordered pairs and coordinate planes are ideal for 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, and 7th grade students.
CCSS: 5.G, 6.G, 6.NS
With everyday objects scattered all over, the coordinate plane is a learners' paradise. The task is for children to first figure out the ordered pairs that denote the position of the objects and then to locate the items placed at the indicated ordered pairs.
Recognize the four infinite regions created by the x and y axes on a coordinate plane as the four quadrants. Write at which quadrant each figure is; record the figures in each quadrant.
Locating objects is only part of the process! Start identifying the position of points with these pdf worksheets! Write the point located at each ordered pair in part A, and represent the location of the given points using the ordered pairs in part B.
This first quadrant of the xy-plane exercise has novelty in spades for children in grade 4, grade 5, grade 6. The key is to know the ordered pairs are the addresses of the points. Plot the points and draw the simple shapes on the grid accordingly.
Don't you see coordinate planes steadily up their engagement quotient? Read the positive and negative coordinates from the ordered pairs, determine the quadrant first, and then proceed to graph the points and the shapes at their respective sites.
Have you ever savored four different, delicious treats all at one bite? In this set of printable worksheets, locate the point using its ordered pair, find the ordered pair of a point, plot the points, and draw shapes - all on the xy-plane.
Take students on a skill-upgrade tour! The x-axis and the y-axis of the coordinate grid are graduated in integers. Read the axes, identify the integer coordinates, and list all the points in each quadrant specifying its name and the ordered pairs.
Where does the point x = 0 and y < 0 lie on the coordinate grid? Does it lie on the quadrants or axes? Encounter such questions headfirst with our free printable worksheets. In this case, the point lies on the y-axis.
Are you wondering what on earth a coordinate plane is doing in a map territory? Explore this batch of pdf worksheets and dig deep into coordinate systems - systems that incorporate latitudes and longitudes in place of the x and y axes.
When you move three units to the north, south, east, or west on a coordinate plane, where will you land? Get moving with these printable worksheets for grade 5, grade 6, and grade 7. Give your sense of direction a big shot in the arm!
Properly plotted and linked, a pair of distinct ordered pairs will give you a line segment. In these pdf worksheets, you not only graph line segments but also measure them by counting the unit squares along their lengths.
Does having to draw shapes on a coordinate plane put you in a spot of bother? Not anymore! Plot the points using the indicated ordered pairs, consider these points as vertices, and connect them in the order to obtain regular polygons.
Give a new lease of life to your practice by unveiling the mystery picture in this set of ordered pairs and coordinate planes worksheets! Plot the points as usual, link them as directed, and solve the mystery!
Coordinates are truly versatile! This time they surprise you by navigating – locating a person or a vehicle on the move. In these word problems, children move from one point to the other and find the ordered pair for the end point.