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This is a project idea that has the student finding real-life examples of all 4 types of slope (positive, negative, zero & undefined). Directions, a grading rubric and a complete example are included. Great for extra credit!
This resource can also be found in the Slope Mini-Bundle which contai

Slope is such an important concept in algebra. This engaging project helps students to solidify their understanding of slope in a fun way! After going through a few lessons of slope, you can give your students the task of creating ways so that they will never forget slope!For this project students w

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This was used as a review for my 7th and 8th grade Math Intervention students. They LOVE to color!
Students are given a point and the slope. They draw the line and once all lines are completed, they can color in the lines as stained glass.
For some of my students, drawing a straight line and usin

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How many times have you included creative expression with Algebra concepts? Now is your time!
The Slippery Slope activity takes slope into the real-world, examining street signs and how we interpret them. Students will have the opportunity to create their very own situation that has slope involve

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Students get to draw an animal on a graph and find the slope of 12 lines total using rise/run and y2-y1 / x2-x1.
There is a step by step procedure that is great for students who need their work "chunked".
There is a table to fill out all of their work and a rubric to make it a 100 point project.

I used this project for my 7th grade students when they were first introduced to slope. They were told that they are having a pizza party and need to decided which company is the best deal. The cost of the toppings end up being the slope. The students had a lot of fun with it.

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This Project is one I created for my Algebra students to complete.
The Project requires the students to choose a major, research 5 colleges, find a part time job, calculate and graph how many hours they need to work to afford their first semester of college, and reflect on the process. I had the

Engage your students every step of the way with this fantastic technology inspired Project Menu. This project covers slope and the importance of slope intercept form! Help students to dive deep and scuba dive with their thinking! This is the perfect tool to use whether you are introducing a concept

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with this project students will be given one ordered pair and with that ordered pair they must come up with 4 different types of slopes with certain parameters they must meet. With that slope they must come up with an equation, a table, a graph, and a word problem.
Included are pdf files and word

This project helps students recognize positive and negative slope by connecting slope to things that make them happy (positive) and unhappy (negative). My 8th and 9th graders loved this activity. They will also learn to distinguish slopes that are very negative vs. slopes that are somewhat negative

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This is a project that was designed for my Functions class after learning about the point slope formula. The project contains 3 silly scenarios where the students will need to find information and use the point slope formula to arrive at their answer. In addition, students will do a writing componen

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Students are required to find slope in everyday life and create a visual representation. Rubric is included and editable.

This project reviews student's ability to graph and understand positive, negative, undefined, and zero slope through artistic skills. They must not only graph the linear equations, but also must show the work using slope formula to find each slope. Rubric is included to give students ahead of time a

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A fun classroom activity! Students will label letters of the alphabet using titles of no, zero, positive, and negative slope. Then, they will make a poster with their own name. Comes with directions for the activity.

This project cam be used in a precalculus, but it is recommended for use in algebra 2 classes, or perhaps an advanced class of algebra 1. The project explores the concept of slope to a degree not usually seen in an algebra 2 class. The student is given points in a three-dimensional coordinate system

Students will graph 18 equations written in slope-intercept form. All four types of slope are included(positive, negative, undefined, and zero). They will then darken the lines and color however they like creating a picture with a stained glass effect. This is a great activity that goes beyond the w

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Slope, Graphing, & Linear Equations Activity Bundle - a variety of unique activities and resources:Save money by getting 19 sets of resources in one bundle! These activities will help your students with slope and graphing.(For an even bigger bundle that includes systems of equations, solving, q

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Students will show what they know about slope intercept form, linear equations, and x and y intercepts in this fun and creative art math project! Perfect to use as an activity and assessment while teaching slope.Students will use linear equations in slope intercept form to plot and graph a variety

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Common Core Standards: 8.EE6, 8.F3, 8.F4
This activity is a fun art/math crossover project. Students will practice graphing lines in slope-intercept form. The equations include lines with positive, negative, zero, and undefined slope.The final product will resemble a stained-glass window that can b

Project Based Learning for Math, ELA, and Design. Build A Ski Resort!
This project takes elements of math, writing, social studies, ELA, and technology and combines them with student imagination and creativity as they work through reviving an old ski resort.
There are 13 activities (1 page for e

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This ready-to-use project applies slope and linear equations to the beauty of snowflakes. Students graph from equations, write equations, and design their own snowflakes.
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- Part 1: Students calculate slope from existing snowflakes (write the equation of the line option

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Also included in: Algebra 2 Project Bundle for Algebra 2 Curriculum

Graphing Linear Equations Quilt Project
I have created this project as a fun way to get my kids excited about graphing lines. I have always found that including art and coloring with math gets kids a bit more excited about learning and as an added bonus- they look great as classroom decorations whe

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After a couple years of teaching systems and linear equations, I knew I needed to add some kick so this 21st Century Math Project was born. Students will make choices that will affect the launch of their album. Layered with reading, students will make choices within a budget that will affect the cos

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Also included in: 21st Century Algebra Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core Aligned

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In this high interest, extensive assignment, students are given a three part project broken into daily tasks. The project is designed to assess the students profieciency with linear equations. They must design a water park on a coordinate plane, identify points, calculate slope, write equations, so

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