Number Grid Games on a Dry Erase Coordinate Plane
Bring movement-based number grid games to your classroom with this large blank coordinate plane! This version of our Number Grid mat is laminated with dry-erase material, meaning you can graph points over and over again. Explore quadrant 1 through movement and play on this unique blank coordinate plane.
Our Number Grid laminated floor mat is 4 by 4 feet. This format helps students familiarize themselves with the coordinate plane at a large scale. Multiple students can draw on this mat together, promoting collaboration and interactive learning. Additionally, the eye-catching colors and easy-to-see format will keep any visual learner engaged.
Students learn best while they are moving. With the Number Grid laminated mat, teachers can easily incorporate movement and physical activity into graphing lessons. Students’ learning comprehension and memory retention will be improved as a result of moving on the mat while plotting points.
Overall, elementary students struggle to sit still. So why not encourage movement while interacting with a blank coordinate plane? You can find various number grid games on our activity database!
The Number Grid mat is versatile. Create bar graphs, picture graphs, line plots, and polygons on the mat. Teach new math concepts, including geometric shapes, composite shapes, perimeter, area, symmetrical lines, slope, distributive property, scaling, and shape transformations.
With this dry-erase coordinate plane, drawing and redrawing points, lines, and shapes is super easy! Simply erase any marks with a rag or paper towel and move on to the next lesson. Trade the graph paper for this larger-than-life blank coordinate plane of quadrant 1.
Materials: Laminated floor mats combine the power of our heavy-duty vinyl material with dry-erase laminate. The laminate works well with a dry-erase marker and can be cleaned easily.
Dimensions: 4 x 4 feet
Includes: X and Y axis (0 through 20)
*Note: Dry-erase mats are not slip-resistant. Place the mats in safe, non-high-traffic areas.
- Stand on the intersection of the X and Y axes (0,0).
- Have someone call out a new coordinate (“5, 16!”).
- Jump to the new location and write the point with a dry-erase marker.
- Then, continue calling out coordinates and jumping.