# Name Points in Quadrants

## Worksheet Description

This worksheet contains two activities based on the Cartesian coordinate system, with a focus on identifying and writing ordered pairs for given points. In the first activity, letters A through J are placed at specific coordinates on a grid, and students must write down the ordered pairs corresponding to each letter’s position. The second activity presents a list of ordered pairs, and the task is to write the letter that is located at each ordered pair on a similar grid. Both grids span from -6 to 6 on the x-axis and -4 to 4 on the y-axis, covering all four quadrants.

The worksheet aims to teach students how to accurately find and write the coordinates of points in a two-dimensional space. By associating letters with specific points, it allows students to practice the concept that the x-coordinate indicates horizontal displacement while the y-coordinate indicates vertical displacement. The inclusion of negative coordinates helps students understand that the coordinate plane extends beyond the first quadrant. Overall, these exercises are designed to build foundational skills for graphing and understanding the Cartesian coordinate system in a step-by-step manner.