Coordinate Plane Foldable

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!

Check out these pictures:

coordinates

where to glue the foldable into the ISN

where to glue the foldable into the ISN

what the inside of the foldable looks like

what the inside of the foldable looks like

cover of foldable

quadrants of the coordinate plane

Looking for some free resources?  Check out the free downloads page.

Would you like some FREE reproducible blank coordinate planes?

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Do you want a template to create this foldable?

Read more about reproducible coordinate planes here and here.

amyharrison

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  1. Pingback: Folding Fun: A Few Templates for YOU! | teaching math in a virtual reality

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