Plotting points is surprisingly challenging for some students. Here is an approach originated by one of my former math teacher candidates in a methods class I taught. This approach uses the analogy of setting up a ladder.
First, determine where to position the ladder, then climb the ladder. (brilliant and not my idea). Plot the point on the ladder, then pull the ladder away. The context includes green grass for the x and yellow for y because the y axis extends to the sun. This is shown on a Google Jamboard with moveable objects (you can make a copy to edit and use on your own).
Next, fade the ladder but keep the color – note the color of the numbers in the ordered pair. 3 is green so move along the grass to the 3. Then yellow 5 so move up 5, towards the sun.
Now, keep the the colored numbers and still refer to the green grass (faded) and sun (faded).
Finally, on a handout students can use highlighters as necessary to replicate the grass and sun numbers. The highlighters can be faded to result in a regular plotting a point problem.