Free Blank Coordinate Planes (Reproducible): 6 to a page Great for use in the math classroom!
Description: Blank coordinate planes. 6 to a page. Each coordinate plane includes -8 to 8. The graphs are not numbered. The graph is dark, so it will print and copy nicely.
Free Blank Coordinate Planes (Reproducible): 6 to a page and 12 to a page. (Each graph goes from -8 to 8)
Description: Blank graphs to use when graphing coordinates and equations on the coordinate plane. Each graph goes from -8 to 8 on both the x-axis and y-axis. There are two options for copying: 12 to a page or 6 to a page. Reproducing will be a breeze with the dark lines, sure to show up using any copy machine.
If you want a better product and don’t mind paying for it, this coordinate planes download has many more options!
How did I create the coordinate planes?
I made them in MS Word by creating a table. I added the number of rows and columns I needed, made sure that all of the cells were square, darkened the lines for the x-axis and y-axis, and I was finished!
Note: I have all of the images grouped with a white background so that they will show up with the dark blog theme. Lately, I have been making my backgrounds transparent on images because I think it looks nicer. Thank goodness for the preview button, otherwise a few of the images would have blended right in with the dark background.
How do I use the coordinate planes now?
I use these coordinate planes (usually just one image at a time, not the full page) in the online classroom while helping students.
Wow… I still have so much more to say about coordinate planes, but this is all I can handle for now 🙂