I’ve been using dot paper (both “square” and isometric) in my grade 9 class lately, so I put together a Java application that generates it. The image files it produces are PNG files. Feel free to use it if it’s helpful. No warranty, expressed or implied, yada-yada.
Google Drive link to download .JAR application file
Sample PNG file.
Here are a couple of PDF examples that I produced from the PNG files:
The PNG files are set to 72dpi, not the desired dpi the user chooses… I haven’t figured out a simple way to set that information in the PNG metadata. The PDF files above are both 600 dpi, if I remember correctly.
I’m going to start the Math RPG with my Grade 9 class tomorrow. It’s a way to help track and encourage homework completion, performance on evaluations, and “academic behaviour” (like getting extra help).
Here’s the sheet each student will use:
Here’s a PDF: Math RPG Character Sheet and Rules
I have two units left in the course to play with it (Measurement and Geometry), so that’s why the Levelling Up part is so short on the student version.
I’m wondering who is going to ask for a +1 Magic Sword… :)
See my previous post for longer-form rules and examples: Math RPG?