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With this activity, student will find the slope between two points and then color the appropriate space on the mandala. Slope is a difficult yet essential algebra skill that students need to master, and this worksheet allows students to have fun while practicing a valuable skill! As an added bonus,

Also included in: Algebra 1 Color by Number Bundle 1: 11 Essential Skills

Calculating Slope Using Two Points Color By Number
In this activity, students will find the slope between two points. Some of the solutions are fractions. Zero slope and undefined slope are included. When finished solving the problems, they will color a picture based on their answers. There are

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Also included in: Slope Activity Bundle

Included is a dominoes activity on slope. Students will be calculating the slope between two points using the slope formula. This is a great activity for working in pairs, or small groups.
I also have a BUNDLE that includes this activity and 20 other math dominoes activities.

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This activity will get your students to use their knowledge of slope in order to solve problems. Every correct answer helps them find their way through the labyrinth. In the end, students should complete every problem on the page without repetition.
This is one of my favorite activities to do as an

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Students work in partners to find the slope between 2 points in this collaborative "Around the Clock" partner scavenger hunt algebra activity. Each partner gets a clock with 12 unique coordinate pairs. Each partner's coordinate pairs are different but the slopes between them are the same, encouragin

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Students will solve for the slope between two points using the slope formula. Students will match the two points with the correct answer on the puzzle pieces.
Included in this product:
--Teacher Instructions
--Teacher Tips
--Slope Formula Poster(Colored and Black and White)
--32 Cards:
All Four Typ

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This download includes an independent worksheet and a partner activity to practice evaluating the slope formula when given two points.
The independent worksheet asks students to evaluate the slope in six problems including integers that yield both positive and negative slopes. The seventh questi

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All of the problems in this worksheet require students to find the slope between two points. Undefined and zero slope are included. Each student will work one column of 9 problems. When they are finished, they compare answers. Even though the problems in each column are different, the students s

Also included in: Slope Activity Bundle

In this activity, students will practice finding the slope between two points. Students will use the slope from their previous line to find the next problem. For an extension, you can also have students write the whole equation of the line, but then look for the slope to find the next points. Practi

With this no-prep activity, students find slope between two given points using the slope formula. Then, they will find their answer on the abstract picture and fill in the space with a given pattern to reveal a beautiful, fun Zen design! Students can color their final products or leave them in bl

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Also included in: Zen Math Algebra I Bundle

Need an engaging activity to practice finding slope between two coordinate points using Google Classroom? This activity makes for great extra practice, math center, or early finisher work.
This product is a no-prep digital maze using Google Sheets™. Students will be able to practice finding the s

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This set of 30 "I have, Who Has" cards is a fun way to get students speaking out loud in a math classroom. Students will read their cards and have to listen for the two points that describe the slope of the line on their card. I usually have students work on a separate piece of paper and give them a

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There are 3 leveled row games included in this product! For a row game, students work with a partner to practice finding the slope between two points. The pair of students will each solve different problems, but each row of problems will have the same answer. If their answers do not match, the stude

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Students will decide who partner A & B is. One at a time, students will choose a problem from the list and mark it off that they have done that problem so their partner can’t do the same problem (they can go in any order, but the problems are numbered to help with easy checking). Students will

Students will be determining the slope between two points. Students will solve 16 problems then color in their answer to reveal a mystery picture. This is great practice for any class learning how to apply the slope formula to calculate the slope between two points.

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Students will practice calculating the slope between two ordered pairs in this 12 station activity! After students calculate the slope at each station, they will use the slope to identify part of a story to cross out. After students have crossed out all of the parts of the story that correspond with

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Students will be determining the slope between two points. There are a total of 12 problems. Students will shade in their answer to see which Halloween character arrived at the haunted house first. This worksheet works great for self assessment!

Complete lesson, start to finish at your finger tips. The lesson introduces finding slope of a line from a table or two points. The foldable is a great guided practice, the interactive notebook is a great way for students to collaborate and create and manipulate, the practice sheet can be used to re

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Also included in: Linear Functions Mega Bundle: No Prep Foldable Lessons

How do you teach calculating slope with the formula y2-y1/x2-x1 while making real world connections to rate of change and the meaning of slope. Use this activity as part of your exploration of slope to connect linear patterns of change in the real world with abstract formulas that are needed for al

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Students cut apart triangles and squares an then match the sides to form a topaz shape. Students match two ordered pairs with the slope between those ordered pairs.

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This engaging activity is great for reviewing the slope formula. Students will solve one problem on their own before circulating around the room. Students will then find eight other students to solve the remaining problems. After completing a problem, students will sign their name in the box.

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Students will calculate the slope between two points.

In this activity, students will find slope between 2 given points as they tap into their creative side! Students will use the 2 given points to find slope and then locate their answers in a box on the next page. They will follow the directions for each exercise accordingly and fill the appropriate

Also included in: Algebra I Create and Color Bundle 1

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