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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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In this envelope activity, students practice matching parallel and perpendicular slopes. Download the preview to view the various forms of questions. Envelope activities are a great way for students to get practice without having the feel of a drill and practice worksheet. Students can work in gr
Students will enjoy finding parallel and perpendicular slopes with this dice activity. This activity is great for differentiation. It contains two levels. Level one is for student who struggle with midpoint and level two for advanced learners.
About this resource:This application practice has multiple uses in your classroom:Practice for an upcoming quiz or testComprehension CheckAdditional Practice during your "Help with Friends" stationChallenge practice for "high-achievers"So much more!What topic(s) is/are covered?Parallel Lines (slope)
Give your students extra practice or assess their knowledge of determining parallel and perpendicular lines using slope with this card sort. Download includes both 8.5 x 11 worksheet and interactive notebook versions of activity. Activity can take approximately 10-15 minutes.Ideas for use:-Pre-ass
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
Parallel and Perpendicular Slopes thru a Point - Bullseye - PP was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for use in an Algebra 1 or Algebra 2 classroom during the Linear Functions unit. It was created to help students see that they need the slope of a given line to manipulate to find a parallel or perpendic
About this resource:This application practice has multiple uses in your classroom:Practice for an upcoming quiz or testComprehension CheckAdditional Practice during your "Help with Friends" stationChallenge practice for "high-achievers"So much more!What topic(s) is/are covered?Opposite Reciprocal Pa
This worksheet includes 6 problems having students graph a linear function from slope intercept form and then graphing either a parallel or perpendicular line to the original line through a given point.
About this resource:In this activity, students solve each of the problems on the worksheet. Each correct answer will reveal an item to cut, color & add to the beach picture given. Sample answer key included!Follow Me:Click here to Follow Me on TPT!Click here to Follow Me on Instagram!Click here
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?Parallel Lines (slope)Perpendic
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Perpendicular and Parallel Slope Exploration gives students a chance to discover the relationship of slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines. They will use Desmos slider bar tools to do so. (Click here to see an example of how slider bars work.) Students will record their discovered parallel and
Fell asleep with a nice bottle of wine and some chocolate last night instead of completing your work for school? Need a parallel and perpendicular slope quiz QUICK? Here it is! 16 questions -4 focus on parallel slope ONLY -4 focus on perpendicular slope ONLY -4 focus on creating point-slope equatio
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If your students are like mine, I find they usually get most of the content. However, there are areas within a unit that they struggle. These 6 tasks are one of those areas and as a result these activities specifically focus on determining x-intercepts and y-intercepts to determine the slope, as wel
This is a collaborative group activity where students will work to practice the following skills: *Finding the slope of a line*Comparing slopes to find if lines are parallel, perpendicular, or intersecting*Writing the equation of a line in slope-intercept form*Error analysisIn this activity, you can
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About this resource:Looking for Google Drive™ activities for digital, paperless, and/or distance learning? This Drag & Drop activity is engaging, paperless, and no prep! All you need is a device, a free Google account and access to the internet. This digital resource reinforces the concept of fi
Students will use slope intercept and standard form of a linear equation to determine the slope of a line that is either parallel or perpendicular to the line given.
Linear equations, working with slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines. Given an equation and point, write the equation of a parallel/perpendicular line, finding y-intercept and x-intercept. Optional, but makes the game better: download custom bingo boards online and print so each student doesn'
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I use this activity after I present notes to see how well the students understand the material. I also use this a warm up the next day to review.Each student has a whiteboard, dry-erase marker, and an eraser. I present the problem on the board. Students must show work and answer the question. They r
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8 questionsGoogle Forms & PDF Answer KeyFeatured in Geometry Prep Skills - Readiness Bundle.byMynK
Students use the slope formula to calculate the slope of lines given two points. Then, they match the calculated slope to the slope of the line that it is parallel or perpendicular to.
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This worksheet that has 10 problems that deal with parallel and perpendicular slopes. The first four problems given have 2 lines, and the students have to determine if the lines have parallel, perpendicular, or not related slopes. Two of these problems need the slope formula and the other two the
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Take your students to the computer lab for one class period, and get them to watch & take notes on 3+ videos via Khan Academy. While you need to visit Khan Academy to watch the videos, this 5-page note-taking guide follows along with the videos. It is a great way to get the students learning vi
About this resource:This application practice has multiple uses in your classroom:Practice for an upcoming quiz or testComprehension CheckAdditional Practice during your "Help with Friends" stationChallenge practice for "high-achievers"So much more!What topic(s) is/are covered?Opposite Reciprocal Pa

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