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I Love to Print Graph Paper
Younger math teachers may find this hard to believe, but there was a time when you couldn’t just run to the computer and print graph paper when you needed it. If, like me, you’ve taught math for many years, you can remember having to order graph paper from specialty catalogues or keeping your fingers crossed that Wal-Mart would have some in stock when you really needed it.
Yes, before this handy little tool called the Internet became widely available, graph paper was a precious commodity for math teachers and students. But those days are over. Use the following sites to print graph paper the instant you need it. You'll find everything from rectangular grids to polar coordinates to logarithmic graphs, and you can customize according to your needs and preferences. And best of all, they're all free!
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Free Graph Paper Download Sites
PrintFreeGraphPaper.com You can choose size and format specifications from a drop-down menu. Cartesian, polar, engineering, isometric, logarithmic, and semi-logarithmic graphs are all available here.
Incompetech.com graph paper Rectangular and isometric dot graphs are offered. Choose size and format specifications from a drop-down menu.
Incompetech.com plain graphs Only rectangular coordinate paper is available. Choose size and format specifications from a drop-down menu.
Teaching-tools.com Only rectangular grid paper is offered but it can be customized according to number of rows and columns and thickness of grid lines.
PaperPrintOut.com Regular grid paper—choose from 3 different square increments—1/8, ¼, and ½ inch grids.
Teach-nology.com This offers a good format that includes space for students to show work or make notes. Choose from small, medium, and large grid paper.
Waterproof-Paper.com This site has a very good selection. In addition to six grid sizes and two math axis selections, the site also offers four isometric, four isometric dot, and four polar graph choices.
Graph Paper Downloads Choose from rectangular, logarithmic, and polar graphs.
SheltonState.edu This site offers one simple grid, and it’s so quick and easy—just click and print from the site.
Rectangular Graphs Good for doing several problems at a time, this design includes six x-y axis grids on one sheet.
Tutors4You.com This site offers a handy formatted rectangular grid with a table for coordinates. Unformatted rectangular grids are also available.