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This zombie themed graphing linear equations activity will strengthen your students’ skills in graphing lines in slope intercept form.
Students are given a graph with 12 zombies on it and 12 y=mx+b equations. Students will cut out each equation and graph the line on the zombie graph. They will th

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Also included in: Equations of Linear Functions Activity Bundle

Common Core Standards: 8.EE6, 8.F3, 8.F4
This activity is a fun art/math crossover project. Students will practice graphing lines in slope-intercept form. The equations include lines with positive, negative, zero, and undefined slope.The final product will resemble a stained-glass window that can b

This Christmas themed graphing activity will strengthen your students’ skills in graphing lines in slope intercept form.
How It Works
Students are given a graph with 12 elves on it and 12 equations. Students will graph an equation and find the elf that it “catches”. They will then write the equatio

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This is a fun activity that helps students practice graphing equations in slope-intercept form.
Expert detective, Ray Radicand, followed his suspect, Mr. M. and saw him enter a pawn shop. Unfortunately the unorganized employee lost track of what each person pawned.
Students will graph each linear

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Whose Line is It? is an engaging way to get students graphing lines in slope intercept form. This resource is intended to be classwork, homework, bellwork, a partner activity, cooperative learning, and/or engaging. It is a great way to prepare them for solving systems of equations by graphing.

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This activity will help students discover the slope and y-intercept of slope-intercept form.
Students will use prior knowledge of creating a table of values from an equation. Through graphing those values, student will observe and discover the meaning of y = mx + b, slope-intercept form.
This ac

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point slope : slope intercept
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This point slope and slope intercept form matching activity provides students with 9 different graphs. They must choose among given equations in point slope form and slope intercept form to create matches. Answer key included!
Available in the

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It's the Winter Sports Slope Challenge! Differentiate with your students as they practice 6 levels of graphing, writing equations in slope intercept form, & solving linear systems. Common Core Standards 8.EE.6 and 8.F.3 are the focus of this math activity. You could use this as a class competi

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Objective: This is an activity to help students understand graphing lines in Slope-Intercept Form. Each side of the activity has a variety of lines that, when graphed correctly, create a hidden picture! The first side will create a swan, while the back is a little more advanced and will create a fis

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A handy reference for graphing equations in slope intercept format. Use as a classroom poster or as a handout for students. Especially helpful for students requiring remediation or differentiation.
several printing options available, one that prints one-per-page with several different background

The graphs shown in the thumbnails are distorted, check out the preview!
I love this activity because it forces students to briefly collaborate with their peers and it gets them out of their seats and moving around. Also, it is great linear function practice because the students are having to ident

Standard Form to Slope-Intercept Form Activity
7 equations of lines written in standard form are written on 8 arrow pieces. The student converts from standard form to slope-intercept form and finds the correct answer match in the next arrow piece. When correct, the activity makes one large arrow

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Activities Bundle

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Slope: These slope cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with finding slope. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.
Slope Cootie Catchers Contents:
There are 2 cootie catchers in this product, each one having 8 problems for a total

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Also included in: Solving Equations Bundle - 6 to 9th Grade

You are a leader of a jet fighter squadron. Use the slope and y-intercept of each missile equation to draw a line. The lines will hit a ship at the impact point. Substitute the x-value of the ordered pair where the missile hits the ship into the equation and verify that it gives the y-value for the

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This powerpoint starts at the beginning knowledge for students. It goes through all of the essential items that students needs to understand about slope and y intercept and it stops for activities. This can be used as your lesson plan because there are activities built into the powerpoint. Notes are

Graphing Linear Equations:
There are 8 linear equations for students to graph, some in slope-intercept form and some they will need to rewrite to get into slope-intercept form. They will use their answers to solve the Christmas-theme riddle. My students loved this activity as it's a fun twist on an

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This foldable is a great refresher to help students remember how to graph in slope intercept form. The foldable is designed to be printed front to back.
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Step 1: Make sure the equation is in slope intercept form.
Step 2: Identify the slope and y-intercept
Step 3: Plot the y

Graphing Linear Equations Worksheet
The objective of this activity is for students to solidify their knowledge of graphing linear equations in a way that is engaging and requires student discourse. *Answer key included*
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Students will identify the slope and y-intercept from each equation

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This writing equations from graphs worksheet is formatted through Google Sheets and ready for Google Classroom!
Graphs are already on the sheet. Students will click on the yellow box and type their slope intercept answer. The answer must be written in slope intercept form and reduced. This ensure

Twelve rounds provide practice or review solving systems of linear equations using the graphing method. Practice includes graphing equations in slope-intercept form ONLY and problems with “no solution” and “infinitely many solutions”.
{Note: Please see Solve Systems of Linear Equations by Graphin

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Also included in: Graph Linear Systems Activities Bundle

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In pairs, students write the slope-intercept equations for 8 given graphs.
On another sheet, they solve the corresponding standard form equations for y to turn these into their slope-intercept forms.
Students then match each solution to the correct graph by cutting out each standard form equation a

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This resource includes 24 task cards over graphing equations in slope intercept form. Also included is a recording sheet which includes a graph for each problem as well as an answer key. The task cards can be used in a variety of ways including:- Tape task cards around the room- Put task cards at ta

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This worksheet provides algebra students an opportunity to become familiar with slope-intercept form. Students will identify slope and y-intercept from an equation written in slope-intercept form. Next, they identify equations that are parallel and perpendicular to the given line. Last, they grap

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I post the 12 graphs around the room (in sheet protectors) in order from A-L
The first day, students identify the slope and y-intercept of the equations and then match it to the correct graph. Some equations are not in slope intercept form.
The second day I have students walk around from graph to gr

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