Coordinate Axes Four Quadrants
What is the resource?
It's a printable graph grid. But this one shows all four quadrants, where x and y values can be positive or negative. Ideal for secondary learners.
Why are four quadrant grids important?
Graphs aren't just for maths class! They model countless real-world situations:
- Tracking locations: Maps, and GPS – all rely on negative and positive coordinates.
- Temperatures: Graphs showing above/below zero need all four sections.
- Finance: Profits and losses can be tracked along a horizontal number line.
- Science data: Often charts changes that can be both positive and negative.
Why is this resource helpful?
It offers the foundation for advanced graphing work:
- Clear visualisation: Bold axes and numbered squares allow for accurate plotting.
- Negative practice: Helps students tackle coordinates with negative numbers.
- Blank template: Versatile for plotting points, graphing equations, and more.
- Flexible scale: Each square can represent different values as needed.
- Printable PNG: Great as a handout, homework task, or even blown up as a class display.
This resource supports the jump to more complex maths. Mastering all four quadrants is essential for advanced graph analysis.
Also, have a look at our wide range of worksheets that are specifically curated to help your students practice their skills related to coordinates. These teaching resources and worksheets are in PDF format and can be downloaded easily.