# Grade 4 Coordinate plane worksheets with Answers - 4th grade free printable coordinate graphing worksheets

## Practice plotting points on a coordinate plane

Quick access to coordinate plane skills with ** grade 4 coordinate plane worksheets** for all young math learners. With these stimulating

**, your kids will enjoy**

*4*^{th}grade free printable coordinate graphing worksheets**;**

*practice plotting points on a coordinate plane**identifying objects on a coordinate plane; follow directions on a coordinate plane; learn coordinate planes as maps*.

All these engaging graphing activities will make learning this skill fun for your kids. This is because we have laid emphasis on very beautiful and colourful visual presentations to attract their attention.

In addition to further make learning coordinate planes very easy, less confusing and enjoyable for 4^{th} graders, we have limited our exercises only to the first quadrant, i.e. positive numbers.

## 4^{th} GRADE MATH PRINTABLES

## Important facts about coordinate plane for 4^{th} graders

### Secret to easy graphing points on a coordinate plane

The only ** secret to easy graphing points on a coordinate plane** is mastering or following the rule of ordered pairs.

As your kids ** practice plotting points on a coordinate plane**, they need to first of all be able to differentiate numbers on the x-axis and those of the y-axis.

**The x-axis** is the horizontal line or line running from up to down, while **the y-axis** is the vertical line or line running from left to right on a coordinate graph

Now, given that the coordinate plane is made up of the x and y axis, points are equally made up of two numbers, known as ordered pairs, for instance **(4, 2)**

The first number (**4**) tells you where the point is on the ** x-axis**, while the second number (

**2**) tells you where it is on the

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*y*-axis**N.B**: *To always remember this, kids should recall that as x comes before y in alphabetical order, so too does a point on the x-axis come before that of the y-axis*