Ch 32: The Coordinate Graph

About This Chapter

Brief video lessons help your third to fifth grader gain understanding of coordinate graphs, including how to plot points and identify parts of a graph. Make sure to use the interactive quizzes and printable worksheets to gauge your child's knowledge level at the end of every lesson.

The Coordinate Graph - Chapter Summary

Students studying math at the third to fifth grade level can use the entertaining videos in this chapter to supplement their understanding of coordinate graphs, including learning how coordinate graphs can be read as maps, measuring distances between two points and plotting decimals and negative numbers. At the end of every lesson, the student can take a quiz to test their understanding, and an end-of-chapter test helps review key information about coordinate graphs.

Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
What is a Number Line? Students find out what a number line is, as well as how to locate and place points on it.
What Are the Different Parts of a Graph? Instructors show what parts make up a coordinate graph and how to identify them.
Plotting Points on the Coordinate Plane This lesson instructs students on how to place points on the coordinate plane.
Ordered Pairs on the Coordinate Plane Students learn the definition of an ordered pair. Instructors show them how to plot ordered pairs on a coordinate graph.
Measuring the Distance Between Two Points In this lesson, students use examples to master how to measure distances between multiple points.
How to Plot Coordinate Graphs with Decimals & Negative Numbers Instructors provide students with opportunities to plot points using decimals and negative numbers.
Reading Coordinate Graphs as Maps & Measuring Relative Coordinates Students figure out how to interpret coordinate graphs as maps and how relative coordinates are measured.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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