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• Write the coordinates for each shape. Answer sheet included.

• Blank hundreds board (portrait set-up)

• Fill in the squares below by adding the two numbers that meet in the square. Use your finger, pencil, or ruler to help you track the grid.
• Students follow number patterns to determine the rule for a grid.
• Students determine the rule for input/output tables, and complete the table using the rule.
• Student produces a gold fish by following cues in a grid coloring activity.
• Students produce a sandcastle against blue sky and ocean by following letter and number cues.
• Student produces an orange seahorse by following letter and number cues.
• Good practice for giving directions, reading grid maps, and understanding legends.
• Practice numbers and following directions with this medieval-themed grid coloring exercise.
• Fill in the squares below by adding the two numbers that meet in the square. Use your finger, pencil, or ruler to help you track the grid.
• "The heart is in D7." Find the pictures in this simple grid and write down the correct co-ordinates. A great introduction to map-reading!
• The happy face is in B1. Find the pictures in this simple grid and write down the correct co-ordinates. A great introduction to map-reading!
• Color D3 red. Follow the directions and color the grid to make the shape. Grid coloring is great for developing early map skills, as well as practicing following directions.
• Add three-digit numbers vertically and horizontally to complete nine nine-square grids.
• Add positive and negative numbers vertically and horizontally to complete ten nine-square grids.
• Students use letter and number cues to color Abraham Lincoln's hat, beard and profile on a grid.
• Students use number and letter cues to color George Washington's profile on a grid.
• Follow the directions and color the grid to make the shape of an open book. Grid coloring is great for developing early map skills.

• Find the shapes in these 4x4 grids and write down the correct coordinates. Where is the circle?

• Add numbers (with decimals to the hundredths place) vertically and horizontally to complete ten nine-square grids. Common Core: 6.NS.3
• Good practice for giving directions, reading grid maps, and understanding legends.
• Good practice for giving directions, reading grid maps, and understanding legends.
• Follow the directions and color the grid to create a Pilgrim hat. Great for developing early map skills. Difficulty level, easy.
• Not really magic-- just math fun! Numbers should be inserted so that rows, columns, and diagonals all add up to the same sum. Solve the two squares 4 different ways
• Follow the directions and color the grid to make the shape. Grid coloring is great for developing early map skills, as well as practicing following directions.
• Not really magic-- just math fun! Numbers should be inserted so that rows, columns, and diagonals all add up to the same sum. Solve the two squares 3 different ways.
• One page worksheet practice for reading grid maps and understanding legends.
• Add positive and negative numbers vertically and horizontally to complete ten nine-square grids.
• Follow the directions and color the grid to make the shape of an ornament. Grid coloring is great for developing early map skills.
• Follow the directions and color the grid to make the shape. Grid coloring is great for developing early map skills, as well as practicing following directions.
• Students fill in 48 missing products on a 9x9 multiplication grid.
• Students fill in 10 missing products on a 5x5 multiplication grid.
• Students follow color and number patterns to determine the rule for a grid.
• One page worksheet practice for reading grid maps and understanding legends.
• Follow the directions and color the grid to make the shape of a dreidel. Grid coloring is great for developing early map skills.