Grid Basics: Let's Build a Community

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If your child has ever played Battleship, chances are he's familiar with grids. An important part of math learning, grids are useful for plotting locations and mapping out large areas.

Your family just received a large plot of land to build a new town: can your child lend a hand by figuring out where the new buildings should go? Following the coordinates at the bottom, he'll fill in the grid by drawing buildings and other features where they belong.

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Second Grade Probability Worksheets: Grid Basics: Let's Build a Community
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