Learn to graph points on a coordinate plane with our Number Grid mat!
Bring movement-based graphing activities to your classroom with our Number Grid floor mat! This tool is ideal for introducing the coordinate plane in 5th grade math. This blank grid allows students to graph points on the coordinate plane while moving and learning through play.
Our Number Grid floor mat depicts quadrant 1 of the coordinate plane at a large scale. This mat is available in three sizes, so you can choose the one that best suits your class’s needs. In any case, multiple students can use this blank coordinate grid 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 mat, teachers can easily incorporate movement and physical activity into their graphing activities. 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 teaching the coordinate plane in 5th grade? A wide variety of kinesthetic activities are possible with this floor mat. You can find plenty of fun graphing activities on our database!
The Number Grid mat is versatile and can be used for various purposes. Create bar graphs, picture graphs, line plots, and polygons on the mat using paper, rulers, or blocks. Teach new math concepts, including geometric shapes, composite shapes, perimeter, area, symmetrical lines, slope, distributive property, scaling, and shape transformations.
Above all, kids get so excited about graphing points on the coordinate plane with this mat! Trade the graph paper for this larger-than-life blank grid. Learn about the coordinate plane through movement!
Also available: Ready for all 4 quadrants? Check out our Cartesian Coordinate Hop!
Materials: Our floor mats are made from heavy-duty vinyl. They are easy to clean, durable, and long-lasting. Some teachers have used their mats for over 10 years!
Dimensions:10 x 10 feet; 5 x 5 feet (Also available in 8 x 8 feet. If you would prefer that size, please let us know.)
Includes: X and Y axis (0 through 20)
Check out our material FAQ page for more information and instructions on caring for your floor mat.
Sample Activity: Find the Ordered Pair
- 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.
- Then, continue calling out coordinates and jumping.