Draw Shapes On A Grid Worksheets
How to Use a Grid to Help You Draw Geometric Shapes  Did you know that you can use a grid method to draw geometric shapes? You can use this method to replicate, enlarge, or even create a smaller version of a shape. It is, indeed, a timeconsuming process but is inexpensive and easy method. It is a method that involves drawing a grid over a reference image or photo, followed by a grid made of equal ratio on your work surface. After this is done, you need to start drawing an image on your work surface. Try to focus on one square at a time. Once done, you can erase the grid lines. Using a mechanical pencil will help you create thin and clear lines and when you do, draw these lines with a very light hand.

Basic Lesson
Explains the naming of x and y coordinates. 2 practice problems are included. What are the x and y coordinates at (4, 3).
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Intermediate Lesson
This lesson adds a grid for you to place a shape within. Students are walked through the location of x, y coordinates. Identify the x and y coordinates. Find the x position of the shape. Find the y position of the shape.
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Independent Practice 1
Students are presented with two grids to place ten shapes within. The answers can be found below.
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Independent Practice 2
This practice sheet uses higher level coordinates to place shapes within.
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What's the Point?
Bumper stickers in the math parking lot:
"Without geometry, life is pointless!"