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Coordinate Graph Error Analysis

Engage your students with 10 Error Analysis worksheets that focus on creating and analyzing coordinate graphs. This engaging coordinate grid activity will help students to look critically at plotting points horizontally and vertically on a number line.

I began creating Error Analysis sheets for my students after reading about Marzano’s New Taxonomy, or Systems of Knowledge.  Under Analysis he lists Error Analysis as an exceptional to promote thinking and learning.

My students LOVE error analysis, and I have even seen kids take error analyses out to recess because they are determined the figure out what error took place, or the perfect wording to describe what happened.  Some of these coordinate graph problems are tricky, but the kids get a sense of satisfaction out of figuring out what went wrong! 

What is included in my purchase?

  • 10 coordinate graph error analysis worksheets
  • 10 possible answer keys
  • Digital Access via Google Slides

Digital Access: This resource includes DIGITAL Access via Google Slides. All ‘Coordinate graph Error Analysis' pages are available as printable and digital pages. The digital version is optimized for digital use and includes interactive and movable elements!

How can I use Coordinate Grid Error Analysis in my classroom?

You can use these as warm ups with the whole class, as an assessment, math centers, or enrichment for early finishers!  Have fun!

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