This resource was reviewed using the Curriki Review rubric and received an overall Curriki Review System rating of 3.00, as of 2016-01-24.
Interactivity Quality: 3
This Coordinate Graphing activity is a computer game where students practice naming and plotting points in the four quadrants of a coordinate grid. Students may play against each other or challenge the computer. The grid can be small (range from -3 to 3 on both axes), medium (range from -4 to 4 on both axes) or large (range from -5 to 5 on both axes). The student enters the coordinates for 6 "quarks" that are then hidden from view. The goal is to find the opponents 6 hidden "quarks" before his or her "quarks" are found. When playing against the computer students get practice with both plotting and naming points. The game is easy to use and provides feedback when errors are made. Computer and internet access is necessary to play this game.
Jica Mae Paliba Sanchez
December 3, 2015
Information - Coordinate Graphing
In this game from Jefferson Lab, players learn how to coordinate points in the four different quadrants.
Education > General Educational Technology > General Mathematics > General
math graphing, jefferson lab, SOLs, coordinate graphing, battleship, points, plotting points
Public - Available to anyone
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial
A game that helps with coordinate points in the four different quadrants.