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This resource includes FOUR different linear equation projects from basic to advanced levels of Pre-Algebra and Algebra.
The real life topics:
• Cell phone plans
• Exchange rates
• Temperature conversions
• Frequent flyer miles
Linear representations:
• Equations
• Tables
• Graphs
• Words
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This choice board has six project-based tasks based on graphing linear equations (1 page handout in a grid). Students choose three of the six tasks to complete. This is a great way to assess at the end of a unit on graphing linear equations.
I have also included stations-style cards describing ea

This hands-on graphing project has students measuring, collecting data, plotting points to make scatter plots, analyzing correlation, interpolating, extrapolating, finding slope and building line of fit equations as they grow and care for their cups of grass over the course of 20 days. Piecewise fun

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Discover linear equations the fun way. This is a 5 day project that is ready to use. Implementing it in your class will be as easy as pi.
Students will need access to a computer or iPad. They will use a powerful online graphing calculator to create a drawing of the Eiffel tower via www.desmos.co

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Growing up, one of my favorite computer games was Roller Coaster Tycoon. It was so fun to dream and design my very own amusement park! To try and build a variety of rides, and make sure park visitors had everything they needed to stay happy and keep coming back-I loved the challenge!
Now, you can g

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Also included in: Algebra Essentials Resource BUNDLE

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This Differentiated Algebra in the Medical Field Project focuses on taking measurements and collecting data, re-arranging formulas, solving and graphing linear equations, and systems of equations in the context of real world formulas and equations used in the medical field. This project is a perfect

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Students will get to draw an animal on a graph. They will have to write equations of 12 total lines in point-slope form, slope intercept form, and standard form. They will have to identify slopes, intercepts, parallel, and perpendicular lines. Fun math and art project!

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This is the stained glass window project on steroids. Each student is given a list of conditions to choose from. They will choose 1 from each section and graph lines given those conditions. After graphing, students will create a table of information about each line. The table must include the number

Students will create a system of linear equations to solve a problem involving money. I have uploaded it in Word so that it is editable.

This project is great for students to complete as a cumulative review to modeling one step linear equations (SOL 6.18). This project allows students to be creative while practicing modeling one step linear equations using concrete materials. Students are also required to show how they solved for t

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Fun project for algebra students. They are given the streets of a town represented by linear equations and are told to graph them on a coordinate grid and then answer questions involving writing equations of lines in slope intercept form.

Students can practice their knowledge of linear equations and apply it to the real world by creating equations to represent how long it would take them to be able to afford certain items based on the job which they work. Students learn life lessons (like going to college will set you back 50,000) as

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This project allows students to investigate a simple application of a linear equation. This investigation utilizes algebraic, numerical, graphical, and verbal representations of this application. It can be done in groups or individually, at home or in class.

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Engage students with this Linear Equation project. Students will practice graphing and applying Slope Intercept Form.

Students are asked to compare offers from three different vendors seeking to publish the school yearbook. They must write the equations and calculate profits based on price and number of projected sales.
This project uses the TI-83 calculator.
This project encourages higher order thinking and st

Students play battleship, find the slopes of the their ships, write the equations of the those ships (in slope-intercept, point-slope, and standard form), identify which are parallel and perpendicular. Students then think critically about what the real life meaning of those slopes would mean on the

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This is a good project to end your unit on linear equations and systems of equations. Students will be given a "profile" of a graph that states characteristics of the lines (ex. positive/negative slope, y-intercept, solutions, etc.) They will then go through pictures of various graphs to determine

Engage students with this Linear Equation project. Students will practice graphing and applying Slope Intercept Form. This version is more guided and the teacher will include four lines of equations.

Students selected a picture and traced the picture onto graph. Following that step, students had to draw line that naturally occurred within the diagram. Once the lines were drawn, students used their knowledge of linear equations to write the equation of each of those lines.

This is 3 levels of differentiation of the same project. Your students will not know the difference immediately. They are all comparing cellular plans but the process and depth of knowledge is different for each project. All of the students in your class can be served with this project.
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This project provides students with multiple ways of expressing their understanding of linear equations, x and y intercepts, slopes, and the graph of a line.
This project can be used as an assessment particularly for students who struggle with formative assessments in a test forma

This is the perfect activity or project for your students to show off their creativity while finding the slope between two points and writing equations in slope-intercept form from one point and the slope. This can be assigned as a take-home project, an activity during class, or used during math cen

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Slope, Graphing, & Linear Equations Activity Bundle - a variety of unique activities and resources:Save money by getting 19 sets of resources in one bundle! These activities will help your students with slope and graphing.(For an even bigger bundle that includes systems of equations, solving, q

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Students will graph 18 equations written in slope-intercept form. All four types of slope are included(positive, negative, undefined, and zero). They will then darken the lines and color however they like creating a picture with a stained glass effect. This is a great activity that goes beyond the w

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