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4 Free Spring Graphing Math Worksheets

This Spring graphing coordinate plane activity is a great way to practice basic graphing skills by graphing ordered pairs in the first quadrant. Students will graph points along the coordinate plane and connect the lines to reveal a mystery Spring picture with four free worksheets!

This activity contains four Spring-themes coordinate graphing mystery pictures to be graphed in the first quadrant with positive whole numbers only.

A picture of four spring graphing worksheets including a butterfly, bee, birdhouse, and flower on a white background with text that reads "Spring Graphing coordinate plane activity".

In these Spring graphing worksheets, kids will plot a series of ordered pairs onto a coordinate plane. Once each point is plotted, students will connect the dots to determine the Christmas shape!

This Spring graphing activity is ideal for students in 4th to 6th grade.

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Spring Coordinate Plane Graphing Activity Supplies

  • Graphing Spring worksheets (grab these below!)
  • Ruler
  • Pencil
  • Markers

Spring Coordinate Graphing: Butterfly

The first worksheet is a mystery butterfly picture. Graph the ordered pairs and lines listed on the pages to reveal the mystery picture.

A mystery picture graphing activity blank.

We recommend that you use a ruler when making your lines. When finished, use markers to color and decorate your Spring graph art! 

A picture of spring coordinate graphing activity with butterfly plotted with ordered pairs and lines.

We graphed our ordered pairs first and then made our lines to reveal our image.

A spring graphing activity with a butterfly.

Spring Mystery Picture: Bumblebee

The second Spring graphing coordinate plane art is a Bumblebee!

An empty first quadrant of a coordinate plane.

We followed the same process that we did with our butterfly graphing worksheet and plotted our ordered pairs first.

A picture of a bee drawn with ordered pairs on a coordinate plane.

Then, we connected our lines to reveal the image. Finally, we decorated our Bumblebee!

A picture of a spring coordinate plane activity with a bee.

Mystery Graphing: Tulip

The tulip worksheet was designed to work with the smaller numbers in the first quadrant and is ideal for kids that are beginning to graph.

A picture of an empty first quadrant for a coordinate plane Spring mystery picture activity.

Graph the ordered pairs and connect the lines shown above the worksheet to reveal the mystery Spring picture!

A picture of a tulip graphed in the first quadrant of a coordinate plane.
A picture of a mystery graphing picture answer tulip.

Spring Coordinate Plane Picture: Birdhouse

The birdhouse coordinate graphing worksheet is an easier mystery reveal picture to solve.

We suggest starting with the tulip and the birdhouse pictures before moving on to the bumblebee and butterfly mystery pictures!

A picture of an empty coordinate plane for a spring mystery picture activity.

The birdhouse mystery art is easier to complete because it has nice long lines and less coordinates to plot.

A picture of a birdhouse graphed in the first quadrant of a coordinate plane.
A picture of a completed Spring mystery coordinate plane birdhouse.


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