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Included is a game that includes: 5 pages of questions, a student
recording sheet, and an answer key. The assignment has students determine the slope of lines parallel or perpendicular to other lines.
There are 10 questions included, 4 different types of questions. All equations are in slope inte

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8 stations-8 problems at each station!
Students choose 2 problems at each station to complete!
Station A: Determine if lines are parallel, perpendicular, or neither from a graph.
Station B: Determine if lines are parallel, perpendicular, or neither given sets of points.
Station C: Determine if l

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Also included in: Station Activities Bundle!

This is a small group (or partner) activity that has students working to make parallel and perpendicular lines with Twizzlers. Who doesn't love working with candy?? One group member is given a line to draw and the other partner is asked to find the parallel or perpendicular line with their Twizzle

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There are 25 task cards for the students to identify rays, line segments, parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and intersecting lines. This product would be great for small group, math centers, or a group activity.
These task cards go beyond just identifying a ray, line, or line segment. The stude

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There are 20 cards in this set. Problems are of various difficulty. Students are given an equation and a point to write the equation of a parallel or perpendicular line. Ten of the problems are for equations of parallel lines and ten of the equations are for equations of perpendicular lines. A s

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Also included in: Parallel Lines Activity Bundle

This product has a map or "COLORTOWN" that has many parallel and perpendicular roads. Students will be able to find out what parallel slope is and how parallel lines are similar. It is also the same for perpendicular lines, too! This activity is a simple in class activity that could be done as a

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Once students have a solid understanding of slope, slope-intercept form, point-slope form, as well as that parallel lines have the same slope and perpendicular lines' slopes are opposite reciprocals, you are ready for this resource! Tie up all of those topics with a practice that can be done indivi

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Linear Equations - Parallel, Perpendicular, or Neither Sort with Google® Slides, Paperless and NO Prep for youIn this fun activity your students use slope to analyze 15 pairs of linear equations to determine whether they are parallel, perpendicular or neither. Your students drag the pair into the a

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Creativity and math come together in this project as students plan their own city on a Cartesian plane.
Some landmarks and roads are already established in the city. Students will graph these items, and then add their own.
Students will get practice with the following topics:
• Graphing equati

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Also included in: Geometry PBL Bundle of Projects

Would your students benefit from improving their critical thinking and conversation skills in the classroom? These error analysis task cards will help foster growth in those areas by helping them identify mistakes and work collaboratively with each other.This resource includes:10 problems with an er

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Also included in: Algebra I Year Long Activities Bundle

Six stations include practice writing linear equations of parallel lines and perpendicular lines AND using slope to determine if lines are parallel or perpendicular to each other.
Students work in groups of three, labeling themselves Student A, Student B and Student C. Each student works their own

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Also included in: Write Linear Equations Activities Bundle 2

Even though I spend a lot of time teaching my algebra students about parallel and perpendicular lines, and finding their equations, my Geometry students always seem flummoxed when presented with the same concept a few months later.
I wrote this worksheet to replace a lecture: I just give them a bri

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Here's a fun activity based off the show $100,000 Pyramid. Students will identify parallel and perpendicular lines from equations. They will then unscramble the clue words to find a common association. This resource includes:39 problems (2 games) Students will solve for y, determine the slopes, an

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Also included in: Algebra I Year Long Activities Bundle

Instead of lecturing my students on parallel and perpendicular lines, and how to get y by itself (for slope-intercept form), as I used to do, I now start class with a mini-lesson (15-20 minutes in length) to go over just the main idea of what they will be learning about today. I sometimes include o

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This is a great stations or small group activity to get your students analyzing linear functions. There are 20 task cards included, each with a QR code, along with a student work document and an answer key. Problems are in slope intercept form, point slope form, and standard form. Students will work

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SKILLS COVERED:
Given 2 points, writing equations in slope-intercept form
Finding slopes
Finding y-intercepts (finding ‘b’)
Creating perpendicular lines to the original line
Creating parallel lines to the original line
Rewriting equations into standard Form
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Pre-Algebra
Algebra 1

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This set of 20 cards is a great way to help algebra students write slope-intercept equations of lines parallel or perpendicular to a given line and point. Includes two versions: a link to digital, self-checking Boom Cards (What are Boom Cards?) and also includes a set of printable task cards with

Also included in: Algebra 1 Boom Cards GROWING Bundle (digital task cards)

Set of 60 total task cards / matching cards. These cards have been designed to be used to review a unit on writing equations of parallel and perpendicular lines. Students are given a point and an equation the line must be parallel or perpendicular to. They will match this card to the equation in

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Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Activity: Math Sprints is an activity that helps students become fluent with a specific skill! It really helps with mastering math concepts and storing them in the long-term memory. It is great to do after just learning a concept or reviewing a previously learned con

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Memory Game! Its just like the normal game of memory: all cards face down, randomly arranged. Students are in groups or teams (play with small groups or as a whole class) and flip over two cards. If the slopes are parallel, its a match! If the slopes are perpendicular, its a match!
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This resource is a cooperative learning activity designed to be used during class. There are four versions of the activity page, labeled A, B, C and D.Students are put into groups of 4 and each group member is given a different version.Students rotate each version around their group as they work on

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Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
In this lesson, students will:
□ Graph equations using slope-intercept form
□ Apply basic geometric knowledge of parallel and perpendicular
□ Discover that parallel lines have the same slope
□ Discover that perpendicular lines have opposite reciproca

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This is an ideal review activity for students who have studied equations of lines, slopes, parallel lines, perpendicular lines and finding the slope between two points. It is a game that is flexible enough to be played for 10-45 minutes and for groups of 3 or more students.
In this game students

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Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Activity - Students describe the Athletic Event Facility assigned to their group using only geometric and mathematical vocabulary. They must describe the facility, not the sport that’s played there. Groups then exchange descriptions. Using the descriptions provided b

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