My children needed coordinate grids so often for algebra that I made a notebook for them to use. There are about 148 coordinate grids needed for Saxon Algebra 1 . My daughter used a different program for algebra and I looked through the solution book that came with the math program to get an idea of how many coordinate grids to print and which ones to print. For the most part, I printed the 6x6 6-grids on both sides of the paper. Below are the printables that I made for the coordinate grid notebook.
The Cover for the Notebook
This is the cover sheet, print it on card stock:
Coordinate Grid Booklet Cover Sheet
Choose from the coordinate grid printables below to fill the coordinate grid booklet. Hole punch the paper, add the cover and bind with string, metal rings or place in a notebook. When thinking of binding the book, keep in mind that, at some point, a different coordinate grid such as the 11x11 might be needed and you might want to add the grid to the notebook. For that reason only, I do not recommend permanent binding unless it is a type that allows pages to be inserted.
6x6 -- x and y Marked
4x4 -- x and y marked
11x11-- x and y not marked
10x10-- x and y not marked
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