# 6th Grade Common Core: 6.G.3

Common Core Identifier: 6.G.3 / Grade: 6
Curriculum: Geometry: Solve Real-World And Mathematical Problems Involving Area, Surface Area, And Volume.
Detail: Draw polygons in the coordinate plane given coordinates for the vertices; use coordinates to find the length of a side joining points with the same first coordinate or the same second coordinate. Apply these techniques in the context of solving real-world and mathematical problems.
28 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Make a winter snowman picture by plotting these points on the grid paper.
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This mystery graph art picture will have your students drawing an illustration of two lovely flowers.
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Create a picture of Honest Abe by plotting the points and connecting with lines.  (Tricky)
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Plot the positive and negative points on this four-quadrant plane and connect to reveal a cool robot.
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The mighty lion in this coordinate grid picture is king of the jungle.  Roar!  Actually, he's a really friendly-looking lion.
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Here's another coordinate grid mystery picture.  Students plot the points and connect the lines to make a picture of a school house.
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Find the coordinate pairs on the grid paper and draw the lines to make a picture of an owl.
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On this Cartesian art worksheet, students plot the points to make a picture of a sailboat on the water.
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Make a picture of George Washington by following the directions and connecting the points with lines.  (Tricky)
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Plot the ordered pairs on the coordinate grid and connect the points to reveal a school bus mystery  picture.
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Plot the points on the grid and connect the dots to make a dreidel picture.
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Mystery picture creates a triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and octagon.  After revealing the mystery picture, students must color each polygon shape according to the instructions.
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Plot the coordinate pairs on the grid paper and draw the lines to make a picture of a scary Halloween jack-o-lantern.
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Be the king of the castle by plotting the grid points and creating a castle on the grid paper. This is a 20 x 25 grid but is a little more tricky than most of the basic graph pictures.
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After plotting and connecting the listed points, students find they have drawn a firetruck!
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This mystery graph picture is more advanced than the previous version because it also plots out the leprechaun in addition to the pot of gold and rainbow.
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Plot the given points on the grid and connect them, stopping where instructed to do so. Then you may color in the mystery image.
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On the four quadrant graph paper, plot and connect the points in each group to reveal a ladybug. Very challenging with many points to plot, both positive and negative!
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Celebrate the luck of the Irish by plotting the points on this 30 x 40 grid to reveal a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow.
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Students will use the grid coordinates to plot the points and create an apple.
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Using the given coordinates, students will plot the points that will reveal a rabbit.
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This is a second version of a jack-o-lantern mystery graph picture. It is slightly more complicated than the first version but still has a basic size grid (20 x 25).
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Students will plot the given points and reveal the mystery picture: a Valentine's Day heart.
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This worksheet will help students practice their Cartesian plotting/graphing skills and reveal a fun picture at the end.
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Plot the points on the graph and connect them as instructed to reveal the New Year mystery picture!
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Students will create a drawing of a mighty triceratops by plotting the provided points.
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The plot points on this mystery graph picture reveal a squirrel.
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Plot the points provided and reveal the mystery picture - a buffalo! An answer key is included.
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