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Spring Math Grids (Coordinate Grid)

These spring math grids have been created as an engaging, free printable math activity for your classroom (coordinate grids.)

These spring math grids have been created as an engaging, free printable math activity for your classroom (coordinate grids.)

You can use these spring math grids to give your students geometry practice with a seasonal theme.

We hope these coordinate grid activities are a fun addition to your classroom!

This spring set includes five different versions. We have included the following themes: picnic, bugs, Earth Day, gardening and spring showers.

Each grid contains one axis with letters and one axis with numbers. Spring pictures are used to match the theme of each page.

Students go over and then up to find the coordinates for each shape.

There are many ways you might choose to use these printable pages to give your students math practice.

These simple pages provide a good morning entry task if you are required to have students complete a paper and pencil task when they enter your room.

You might choose to place these math grids at a center or work on a small group with one of these task pages.

FREE Spring Math Grids from The Curriculum Corner

If you are required to send home homework, these pages will provide good practice but will not require too much time.

We know spring fever sets in as soon as the weather starts to turn, our hope is that these grids are engaging enough for your students to stay focused and provide practice with a needed skill.

As always, this set is intended to be free for teachers. Please feel free to print and share with your classroom and parents.

You may not sell or modify and sell these spring math grids in any form. Please help us keep our resources free for all!

If you have any questions, please contact us.

You can download these free spring math grid pages here:

Spring Grids for Math

You might also be interested in our similar set for older students. This set asks students to identify ordered pairs.

Spring Ordered Pairs

Thank you to PrettyGrafik Design for the always cute clip art!

 

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