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Stations mazes are great because they get students up and moving around the room. They also encourage students to check their work carefully since an incorrect answer will eventually send them back to a problem they have already solved. Successfully completing the maze requires students to slow down

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Also included in: Parallel Lines Activity Bundle

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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10 stations for parallel and perpendicular lines3 stations - Find the equation given one point and a equation parallel to the line3 stations - Find the equation given one point and a equation perpendicular to the line2 stations - Identify if the 2 equations are parallel, perpendicular or neither2 st

The stations include graphing a line parallel to a line through a point. graphing a line perpendicular to a line through a point, writing the equation of a line through a point and perpendicular to the equation of a line, writing the equation of a line through a point and parallel to the equation of

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Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Math Lib
In this activity, students will generate pieces to a story as they move throughout ten stations. They will practice identifying parallel and perpendicular equations, and practice writing equations passing through a certain point that are parallel or perpend

These 30 task cards include three types of questions about slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines.
The three types of questions help make differentiation easy and are denoted by different border styles. Please see preview for samples. Ten of each type of question are included.
Answer key and

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Matching Parallel and Perpendicular Equations Practice
24 equations sets of parallel and perpendicular lines
* Print each equation type on different colored paper
* Place magnets on the back of cards
* Place the original equations on the board.
* Give each student a parallel and a perpendicular eq

Also included in: Growing Bundle~All my Algebra Activities~Quadratics~Linear~Roots~Absolute Value

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 p

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Also included in: Bundle of Bundles: Write Linear Equations Activities

This Mix-Up is a great way for students to practice writing equations of parallel and perpendicular lines given a point and an equation.This Mix-Up! activity can be done individually or in pairs. You could also use it as a station in one of your station class activities.This Mix-Up! is a self-checki

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This parallel and perpendicular lines foldable includes an introduction to parallel and perpendicular slopes; practice with identifying if two lines will be parallel, perpendicular, or neither; and writing equations of parallel and perpendicular lines (two versions are included: writing equations in

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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This is great resource for practicing or reviewing how to write and graph equations of parallel and perpendicular lines in slope-intercept form. Additionally, students will practice how to convert from standard form to slope-intercept form!
This activity includes 9 task cards that can be handed ou

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Included in this set are 32 cards containing graphs, tables, and word problems in which students must determine and/or write the equation of parallel and perpendicular lines, as well as a recording sheet for students to write their answers.
This corresponds to (Texas) Algebra 1 TEKs:
-A.2E: write

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Math Centers/Stations involving finding the equation of a line that is parallel or perpendicular to a given line. Each of the 7 stations has between 3 & 4 parts, including finding the slope between two points, writing the equation of a line given a point & a slope, and writing the equation o

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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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This product contains 8 sets of 3 cards. There are 8 graphs that show parallel or perpendicular lines. Each graph has 2 equation cards in point slope form. Have students match lines and graphs for a station activity or as a quick activity during class time. Print cards onto yardstick or laminate for

In this math station/ math center students will find parallel and perpendicular lines in 2-D shapes. Sentence stems are provided for the students. Document is also available in Spanish.

About this resource:This application practice has multiple uses in your classroom:Practice for an upcoming quiz or testComprehension CheckAdditional Practice during your "Activity" stationChallenge practice for "high-achievers"So much more!What topic(s) is/are covered?Opposite Reciprocal Parallel Li

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Also included in: Parallel and Perpendicular Linear Equations - Activities Bundle!

The Geometry Town project has students making a town using steps that tells you how many parallel, perpendicular, and transversals lines (streets) to use. Then, there are buildings and places such as the police station, gas station, school, etc. that need to be placed in the town according to relati

This is a detailed description of two days of stations that I did with my Honors Algebra I class. The stations focused on parallel and perpendicular lines and writing linear equations, with several instances of differentiation to make sure that each student is being served according to the student's

This is a two page review of using Parallel and Perpendicular lines. It can be used as a station review or as a homework assignment. This review practices manipulating equations from standard form to slope intercept form and then using these properties to write new equations.

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Geometry and Algebra 2 Stations Maze Bundle
This bundle contains the following 32 stations maze activities to use throughout high school geometry and algebra 2 classes.
Geometry
1) Angles in Triangles Stations Maze
2) Angles of Depression and Elevation Stations Maze
3) Area and Perimeter Stations

Parallel & Perpendicular Lines (Linear Equations) - Practice / Review:This sorting activity helps your students practice classifying pairs of lines as the same line, parallel lines, perpendicular lines, or neither.*Note- This item is also available as part of a DISCOUNTED bundle: Slope and Graph

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This is a fun Christmas/Winter coloring activity that reviews creating parallel & perpendicular lines based on:
~ Lines in slope-intercept form with given point
~ Lines in point-slope form with given point
~ Lines in standard form
This is a great activity for your students to do while reviewin

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