Help your children to explore the wonderful word of coordinates with our bumper pack of teaching, activity and classroom display resources!
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- One Fourteen Page Coordinates Guide - A handy guide to coordinates, quadrants, reflection, rotation, translation, compass directions and more! Use this resource as a whole class teaching tool, for guided sessions with small groups or as display resources on your classroom walls.
- Four Sets of Dewtown Map Challenges - Explore these maps of a fictional town and ask your children to answer the coordinates challenges that accompany them!
- Twelve 'Finding Points' Challenges - Can your children identify the locations of the points in each coordinate grid? Available at a variety of difficulty levels with one and four quadrants.
- Twelve 'Plotting Points' Activity Sheets - Challenge your students to plot the points on each coordinate grid (available with one and four quadrants).
- Six 'Plotting Lines' Challenges - These activity sheets ask children to plot the points and join them to produce a line. Available at a range of difficulty levels, with one and four quadrants.
- Two Missing Corners Challenges - Ask your children to find the coordinates of the missing corners on each shape. Two versions are available (with a one quadrant and a four quadrant grid).
- Two Line Midpoints Challenges - Can your children find the midpoints of each line? Available on a one quadrant and a four quadrant grid, with answers for teachers.
- Two Sets of Shape Reflection Questions - A collection of coordinate grids with shapes and mirror lines to test your children's reflection skills.
- Two Sets of Shape Rotation Questions - Can your children rotate the shapes around the point shown on each coordinate grid?
- Two Sets of Shape Translation Questions - Coordinate grids with a selection of shapes that your children should move into different positions.
- One Set of Invisible Grids Challenges - A collection of coordinate challenges with invisible gridlines. Can your children use the information on each grid to work out the coordinates of the given points?
- Five Coordinate Grid Templates - A set of printable templates that your children can use to create their own coordinate grids (and related problems).
- Three Squared Paper Templates - Printable squared paper (in a variety of sizes) that your children can use to create their own coordinate grids.
- Four Display Resources - A collection of banners and posters that you can use on the display boards in your classroom.
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Reviews from our members:
First pack i have downloaded and I must say I am impressed with the quality and quantity of resources available.
Fantastic coordinates pack, my class will love it. Thanks
The class loved the Dewtown examples. They were fully engaged in finding and plotting points and there was lots of debate when they got things wrong! This pack made the planning of this unit easy.Thanks for a great pack.
I loved this pack. It has saved me heaps of time in lesson preparation. The class loved the poster display that I was able to make using the pack. Great differentiation for all the class. Thanks for the pack - another great one!
The Coordinates Pack
This pack was great for children to practise plotting points. Great for Multi level groups as targeted the needs of individual students within a group. Children really enjoyed using this resource.
I was browsing for some interesting end of term co-ordinates resources for a mixed age class and came across your site. The activities are interesting, differentiated and of high quality - saved me a lot of time and the children loved them. Have already got place value pack activities planned in for new school year. Thank you.
Suggestions for graphs
Just signed up and SO impressed by the outstanding quality, creativity and the range of differentiation in all of the maths packs. May I suggest a couple of ideas? The four quadrant graphs need zeros at the intersection of the axes, co-ordinates don't need equal signs just A(4,7) and the x and y labels are usually placed at the right hand and top of the axes. Looking forward to using all the maths packs. Thank you for superb resources!
The Coordinates Pack
Just love this pack - gives a wide variety of activities to both introduce, revise and extend the children. Also good to use on interactive whiteboard.
Yet another winner!
Thank you again! Another winning pack just perfect for making it easier to differentiate coordinate lessons!
I really like this pack. It has everything included to make a bulletin board if needed. It also contains many practice sheets. Gives you various option on grid paper to print and use with your students. Even include shapes that can are rotated, reflection or translation points. Not really a standard I teacher but nice to have for those GATE kids. Pages have a nice set up, easy to read and plenty of room for students to write and work their problems out on the pages.