Are there any math teachers out there who can recommend a free graph generator (something similar to handygraph.com)? I need something that allows for customizable graphs that I can copy and paste into Word or SMART.

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I used the nceskids site that Glenn recommended. Here are some of the graphs we did last year using the program.
Basically, I need to be able to generate generic number lines and corrdinate planes. I want to be able to customize the domain and range depending on the problem I want my students to work on. I have seen the nces site and it doesn't seem to do what I need. I need to be able to generate the blank graph sans data.

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