There’s no easy template available for online graph paper that suited my needs for Minecraft designing and pixel art, so I created my own. Presenting Graphbook, a 15 pg workbook in Google Sheets for those who want to design on the go without paper or pencil.
Name: Graphbook Creator: Rachel Moravec Description: Graphbooks are online graphing pages created in Google Sheets. Graphbooks allow students to use for any assignment requiring graphing, without the need for physical paper. It was originally designed for use with Minecraft. Graphbook comes in 2 download options- Portrait and Landscape. Portrait books are set up to print nicely in a portrait layout, and landscape in a landscape layout. Each book has 15 pages. Duplicate and rename workbook tabs to add more pages. Each page has numbers running across the top and side for easier design. Pages are 28 x 36 and 36 x 28.
As I go along, I’m always learning new things about GAFE and its set of programs. Today I was exploring ways to use Google Classroom in the math classroom and came across the equation editor in Google Docs. While I am aware that there are some more robust add-ons (and that I’m looking into them!), I went ahead and put together a quick how-to sheet for my staff while I learn the other add-ons.