#### This is an example of a coordinate plane foldable for use in an interactive math notebook.

**How can you make it?**

First, make sure that you cut your graph paper so it is a *perfect square*. Next, fold all four corners to the middle. Write the Quadrant Numbers on the Outside. Then, draw an x- and y-axis on the inside. After that, show examples of points in all quadrants and on the x- and y- axis. Be sure to include the positive and negative directions.

To get the first picture that says, “Coordinate Plane”, fold quadrants I and II down on top of quadrants III and IV. This foldable takes up hardly any space in your interactive math notebook when it is complete. It is a great resource to refer to all year!

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