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Students practice graphing linear equations given in slope-intercept form and standard form with this s is a PowerPoint bingo game. Vertical and horizontal lines are also included. Directions to play the game:1) First, distribute the bingo board and ask the students to number the squares 1-25, in

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Can your students recognize the graph of a linear function just by seeing the equation? If not, try this fun game of bingo. Use it to teach the parts of a y=mx+b equation, increase speed and accuracy, and increase confidence, all while having fun!
Graphing Linear Equations BINGO contains 40 differe

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This PowerPoint game provides students with practice for finding the equation of the graph of a linear function in slope-intercept form. There are 35 unique bingo cards in PDF form, each with 25 different graphs of linear functions. Students write the equation of each line on their bingo card in th

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A power point BINGO game that provides students additional practice solving systems of linear equations. Problems include solving by graphing, elimination, and substitution. It also asks students to determine where systems are consistent or inconsistent. Students create their own bingo card by rand

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Why get Mrs. Math’s BINGO game? Well, it was created using a hyper-linked Power Point which allows for you to play a different game every time. Plus a fill in yourself Bingo card slide in the presentation which you can print out for each student allowing you to have as many BINGO cards as you need

Linear equation BINGO allows students to practice solving linear equations while playing BINGO. This MArys MAth MArket product can be used for group work as well as individual assignment. A wide variety of basic linear equations are presented. Students need to identify the correct problem for ea

This BINGO game reviews systems of linear equations. Students are asked to find the solution to a system given a graph, by graphing, and algebraically (setting the two equations equal to each other)
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*24 problems
*Recording Worksheet
*Answer Key
*36 BINGO boards (some answers are distrac

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This power point activity is a great review for linear equations for any high school mathematics class. A good lesson plan for a teacher's emergency folder as both substitutes and students are familiar with how to play BINGO, and and how to use a power point.
Also a great practice for multiple c

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An engaging activity that will help your students practice solving multistep linear equations with rational number coefficients, including equations whose solutions require expanding expressions using the distributive property and collecting like terms. (CCSS 8.EE.C.7.B) This version includes fract

After students learn how to solve Systems of Linear Equations both algebraically and graphically, this activity offers additional practice with some choice of difficulty level.
Students select 5 problems to complete algebraically and then graph them on the back of the worksheet to prove or justify t

In this game, each student (or partner group) gets a Bingo card. The students write the answers randomly on their Bingo card. There are 24 clues and 24 answers. I stress to the students that their card should be different from everyone elses and that is why they need to put the answers on their c

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Students compete to solve linear equations and match the answer on their BINGO card hoping to be the first one to get five in a row and shout, "BINGO!"

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Students will be able to practice solving multi-step linear equations through an engaging game of bingo!

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Graphs of Linear Equations Bingo
This BINGO game will help you assess whether your students understand how to graph linear equations and the correlation between equations and their graphs. Their BINGO card will consist of 24 graphs of linear equations and a FREE space. You will read them an equat

Linear Equations Activities Bundle
Graphing and writing linear equations is a major component to the Algebra curriculum. I have taken 20 of my most fun and engaging activities and bundled them together. Click the links below to view each activity.
1) The Slope Formula Notes and Partner Tic-Tac-T

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Fun Bingo game requires students to find the x-intercept, y-intercept, or slope of 30 linear equations written in different forms.
Includes 32 one-page Bingo Cards with four winning cards.
*Click the PREVIEW to see every page.*
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What better time to give you and your students a little mental break and have some fun than Halloween! Print out one board per student. Put the word bank up for the students to see and have them fill out their board with the words. You can also print the word bank to the BACK of the Bingo Board so t

This mega bundle includes over 100 Algebra 1 and 8th grade math resources, organized into topics.The resources are a variety of activities, assessments, games, projects, guided notes, and more that I have created over the past three years while teaching Algebra I to 8th graders. Therefore, the reso

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This 24 question game of MATHO (Math Bingo) reviews solving linear equations by graphing, substitution, and elimination. It does not include no solution, infinitely many solutions, or writing a system from a word problem.
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*A PowerPoint version of the game
*A PDF version of the ga

Use this Bingo game to practice writing the equations from graphs, tables, descriptions, between two points, and into slope-intercept form. Included in the download: Powerpoint of 25 questions (2 versions: One reveals answer after each problem. One does not.)PDF of 30 different Bingo cards (2 per p

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This is a review of the Solving Equations. There are 24 problems with varying degrees of difficulty -- two-step problems, combining like terms before solving, variables on both sides of the equations, etc.
The game is planned in the same manner as regular Bingo with a bit of a twist. Students put

This is an activity I use when reviewing for tests; this one is specifically for solving linear equations and proportions. I created two blank BINGO cards with the possible answers along the edge. Students then fill in (with ink) the answers into the two blank cards and we start. I have them play wi

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SIMPLE STEPS:Hand out the provided bingo template (either 4x4 or 5x5) and have the students write the numbers 1 to 16 (or 1 to 25) randomly in the gridChoose one of the random answer-order lists to follow . You are provided with 100 randomized lists! (No need to draw questions from a hat!)For eac

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My students LOVE playing this game! This is a BINGO game involving solving linear equations. I used this as a fun review activity in my Algebra class. Problems range from basic 1-step equations to multi-step equations. There are 3 problems involving variables on both sides. My students enjoyed

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