**Teaching the Coordinate Plane easily.**

- The first quadrant (+, +) known as the positive coordinates quadrant, is represented by the Roman numeral I.

- The second quadrant (-, +) is represented by the Roman numeral II.

- The third quadrant (-, -) is represented by the Roman numeral III.

- The fourth quadrant (+, -) is represented by the Roman numeral IV.

**You are at (−4, 3). Move 5 units right and 2 units up. Write the coordinates of the point where you reach.**

Moving 5 units to the right will reach −4 + 5 = 1 on the x-axis.

Moving 2 units up will reach 3 + 2 = 5 on the y-axis.

So, the coordinates of the point where we reached is (1, 5).

Why Should you use coordinate plane worksheets for your students?

- Students will learn and understand to plot points and lines on the graph.
- It will improve their understanding to describe algebraic relationships in a visual sense and also helps us create and interpret algebraic concepts.

Download this coordinate plane Worksheets PDF for your students’ ease of learning math.