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These Martin Luther King Jr. coordinate plane mystery graphing pictures are all in Quadrant I and use only whole numbers. They are a great math activity for Martin Luther King Jr. Day or Black History Month. These mystery pictures are perfect for graphing practice, and can be used as an extra for early finishers. They would also be a great activity for when students have a substitute.

Three designs are included, and each design has an “I have a dream…” banner that prints on the coordinate grid.

An answer key is also included, showing what the completed pictures will look like.

Coordinate plane mystery pictures are a fun and easy way for students to practice plotting points. They just plot the coordinate pairs in order, connecting the points with a line. Each time they come to the word STOP they stop the line they are working on and start a new line.


For fun graphing practice in all four quadrants check out my Martin Luther King Jr. Coordinate Plane Graphing Pictures Four Quadrant resource.