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Are you looking for a fun way to practice converting between the different forms of linear equations? Look no further! This activity contains a set of 24 puzzle pieces on standard, point-slope, and slope-intercept form. Students will cut out the pieces and group the equations in sets of three. This

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This is a great activity for practicing slope-intercept form. Students put together matches from cut up squares that consist of graphs, equations, words, and "m" and "b" values. A "match" can contain any combination of two of these. Students will practice skills identifying slopes and y-intercepts

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Slope Intercept Form
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This activity is an engaging way to have students practice writing equations in slope intercept form when given two points. Students match up equations in slope intercept form with a pair of points to be able to put together a puzzle. Answer key included

Also included in: Middle School Math Activities Bundle - Volume 2

Objective: This is an activity to help students understand graphing lines in Slope-Intercept Form. Each side of the activity has a variety of lines that, when graphed correctly, create a hidden picture! The first side will create a swan, while the back is a little more advanced and will create a fis

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This is a 12 question puzzle that has students put equations into slope-intercept form to find the slope and y-intercept. For each problem, students find the two parts and shade in an area on a 4x4 grid. There are four boxes left unshaded and the students will have to decode a message. This is a

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Practice converting between equations in standard form and slope intercept form with this hands-on activity. This activity promotes active engagement and mathematical discussions as students work together to match their problems and answers and solve the puzzle. If they solve the problem correctly,

This is a great activity to use in Stations, as a small group activity, or as an individual activity! Included in this product:--A Tarsia Style puzzle on Writing Equations given Two Points. Students will have to match the two points with the correct linear equation.--A blank puzzle. This can be used

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This file contains two versions of a linear equations matching activity This can be an individual activity or completed with a partner. Students will be given standard and slope intercept forms of the same equation and have to match them to create a 4 x 4 square. This is a fun way to practice conv

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This Slope-Intercept Wall Quiz was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for an Algebra 1 class studying the slope-intercept form of a line. Students who have practiced finding the slope and the y-intercept of a line on a graph should be able to identify those and write an equation in slope intercept form.

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This puzzle can help students practice a variety of skills relating equations of lines and their graphs. The puzzle involves converting equations in various forms to slope-intercept form.
Included are 2 versions of the puzzle:
The answer key which can be used if it is pre-cut for students.
The st

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A play on the Adventure books of your childhood, an Adventure assignment allows students choice of which problems they practice. After each problem they receive a clue about the mystery country they are exploring. By the end, hopefully they will have enough pieces of the puzzle to guess where in the

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Also included in: Adventure Math -- ALGEBRA CURRICULUM BUNDLE -- 42+ Worksheets!

Here's a fun way to get students engaged in learning. My students loved this and want to do more! This is modeled as an escape room challenge. Students have to answer clues and unlock a box to get a master key to get them home. There are clues, problems dealing with slope-intercept form, fractio

**We now offer this product in our computer puzzle format here: Computer Math Puzzles – Two Points to Slope Intercept Form Puzzles! It is completely automated and runs in flash!
This is an activity for students learning to write equations in slope intercept form given two points. This puzzle con

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This set of flashcards was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for an Algebra 1 class for the linear functions unit. This set of cards focuses on slope-intercept form of a line. Students will be given slope-intercept and asked to find the slope and y-intercept. Then students will be given the slope and

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**We are now offering our math puzzles in a computer format that takes out the prep work. You will also receive the PDF printable files in addition to the computer versions. The computer version can be found here:Computer Math Puzzles – Point Slope to Slope Intercept Form**
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This puzzle provides students with practice writing equations in slope-intercept form, given the following information:
Questions 1-2: Slope & y-intercept
Questions 3-6: Equation in Standard Form
Questions 7- 10: Equation in Point-Slope Form
Questions 11-14: Slope & a Point the line passes

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Students will practice writing an equation of a line in slope-intercept form by identifying the slope and the y-intercept of each line and represent their answer in y = mx + b form. This activity is intended for notebooks but can be used as regular worksheet. This item also includes an interactive G

A sudoku puzzle is formed from the answers to primarily linear function questions involving x and y intercepts, slopes, parallel and perpendicular slopes. Function notation is used (but the .doc file is editable and so easily changed). Function notation questions are also present, as are a couple

This puzzle is a great, engaging way for students to practice converting between slope-intercept and standard form of linear equations! Students can cut out their own puzzles (unless you choose to do so beforehand), as they are already jumbled! You may choose to have students work in groups, partner

A Valentines Day activity for students learning about graphing linear equations. This activity is also ideal for a review for students who have already taken Algebra I. Students refine their skills dealing with linear equations but also their inductive reasoning skills, as the pieces will only work

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Here are a few fun puzzles from two books that I wrote, I Can: Teach Myself to Graph Linear Equations, and Puzzling Algebra, both available here on TpT, or Amazon.com.
The lessons start with plotting points and reading coordinates. Then there are some puzzles. These puzzles ask students to:
1) U

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