For beginning point plotters, these graphs give a good introduction. They examine a graph with shapes drawn onto it and each vertex labeled. There are 20 total, and scholars write the coordinates of each labeled point. All of these are whole numbers, and the x and y-axis are numbered. Next, scholars examine three pre-plotted shapes on a grid and write the name of each. This part is a bit strange, as it asks pupils to plot and connect the points, yet this is already done. Consider covering up the graph and copying with a blank one for added challenge.

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