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Parts of the Coordinate Plane Magnets

I created these parts of the coordinate plane magnets for my classroom, and I want to share the files with you so you can create your own set as well.

parts of the coordinate plane magnets

I wanted to create a reminder for my students of the names of each axis of the coordinate plane as well as how the quadrants are numbered on the coordinate plane.

Parts of the Coordinate Plane Magnets for the High School Math Classroom Decorations
Parts of the Coordinate Plane Magnets for the High School Math Classroom Decorations

I printed the magnets on two colors of paper, but you could easily print them on the same color if that floats your boat. I put disc magnets on the back of each piece to make them magnetic.

I also added a title that says The Coordinate Plane in a third color.

I’ve had a lot of questions about the magnetic coordinate plane. It’s manufactured by EAI Education, and it comes in four separate magnets that are assembled together to make the coordinate plane.

Free Download of Parts of the Coordinate Plane Magnets


Parts of the Coordinate Plane Magnets (PDF) (843 downloads)


Parts of the Coordinate Plane Magnets (Editable Publisher File ZIP) (263 downloads)

For the editable Publisher file, you’ll also need to download the font HVD Comic Serif Pro.  Of course, you can also substitute your own favorite font.  If you don’t want to worry about fonts, you can also download the non-editable PDF file.

Want more posters and decorations for your math classroom? Check out my posters page!

Sarah Kolle

Monday 9th of September 2019

Where did you get the dry erase graph board?

Sarah Carter (@mathequalslove)

Monday 15th of June 2020

It's made by EAI Education.

Anonymous

Tuesday 3rd of September 2019

Hi! LOVE this idea; so practical and useful for the kids! I'm wondering if you also have the "The Coordinate Plane" sign (shown on your free posters blog post) available for download? Thanks so much! -Tejal

Alisan Royster - @G8rAli

Thursday 29th of November 2018

Refrigerators and freezers have long, flexible, magnet strips inside the rubber seals around the doors. It's easy to cut the seal with a box cutter to get the strips out. (Just don't do that on the fridge in your kitchen!) Recycling centers can be a good source. The strips can be cut up or can be used long to post posters, anchor charts, chart paper, etc.

Math Dyal

Wednesday 27th of July 2016

I do that with those kinds of magnets too! #upcycling

Sarah Carter (@mathequalslove)

Sunday 31st of July 2016

Upcycling for the win!

shelley@hot.rr.com

Wednesday 27th of July 2016

I've just been using those free magnets to hold paper up. I never thought about cutting them to use in the way you described. GENIUS! I'm so glad I'm following your blog now. (Just wondering, is your new classroom bigger than the old one?)

Sarah Carter (@mathequalslove)

Sunday 31st of July 2016

My new classroom is much bigger! And, it has CABINETS!