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Speed, accuracy, and a ton of fun all rolled into this snowy activity. Groups of 4 work together to answer review problems. As they work their way through the activity a snow man is being built.
This review includes:
identifying the slope from an equation
identifying the y-intercept from an equ

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: Equations of Lines Activity Bundle

Students practice writing equations in slope-intercept form. Instead of just sitting at their seats doing a worksheet, they can be up moving around the room! This self-checking scavenger hunt consists of 10 problems that require students to write a linear equation.
Post the pages around your room

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In this activity, students are asked to "play pool," in order to find the equation of a line. A graph is given with 2 points (the pool ball and the pocket) and they need to construct a line (direction to shoot the ball) to get the ball into the pocket. There are two ways to have your students solv

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These worksheets are designed for students to do while working with a partner. Each student should work independently to solve their own problem on their half of the worksheet. After finding their own answer, students should compare the answer they obtained with their partner’s answer. Each partn

This is a Power Point Presentation that gives some guidance to students who are learning to write equations of lines. Students need to be able to find the slope of the line and the y-intercept of the line by looking at the graph.
This presentation should help the teacher to explain this topic.
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This is a set of 16 task cards that students can use to practice writing equations of lines. Students need to be familiar with writing the equation of a line if you know a slope and a point; if you know two points; and the relationship between slopes and parallel and perpendicular lines.
I have in

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In this super secret number puzzle, students work with writing equations of lines. Students need to know about writing the equation of a line through a given point, but with a little twist.
Students are given three numbers and a point. Students must arrange the numbers correctly so they make a li

In this activity, students will write equations of lines. This ladder activity is a great alternative to a worksheet. Students will cut the problems apart along the lines and work the card labeled "Start" and find their answer on the top of another card. They tape their cards together until a cha

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My students love this flipchart format! The Writing Equations of Lines Flipchart is a fun way for students to learn and organize their knowledge. This flipchart has helped my students understand when and how to use slope-intercept form, point-slope form, standard form, and two points. In my class

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In this activity, students will practice working with equations of lines.
There are 15 problems that students must solve. Students must be able to work with slope, y-intercept, slope-intercept form, standard form, and perpendicular lines. As they solve each equation, they will find a specific pat

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I use this to review writing the equations of lines with my Algebra 1 classes. It includes finding the equation given two points; given the slope and a point; parallel to a given line and through a given point; and perpendicular to a given line and through a given point. An answer sheet and instr

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Students are to practice writing an equation of a line in slope-intercept form by practicing this 20 questions. They are to identify the slope, the y-intercept, and write the equation that represents the line in slope-intercept form. This item contains both printable worksheets and interactive googl

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In this activity students work in groups of 4 to practice plotting and labeling points, using slope and writing equations of lines in point slope form; they plot and label points using a slope to graph a line and then write the equation of the line.
Each student in the group has a different task as

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These task cards will help students write the equations of lines in point-slope form. Each task card has a color coded graph that shows the rise and run and x and y coordinates of points in specific colors. Each color matches the corresponding piece of the equation of the line in point slope form.

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This matching game will give your students an opportunity to practice writing equations from a phrase in an interactive way! Play two ways:
1. Use the first two sheets to have students match the phrase to the mathematical sentence.
2. For students who are ready to solve equations, play with all t

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Students love having a scavenger hunt to review!
This is a scavenger hunt used to review writing the equations of lines given the slope and y-intercept; given the slope and a point contained in the line; given two points on the line; and parallel/perpendicular to a given line and containing a given

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I use Partner Problems to review lots of different areas with my students. They like them because they get to work with another person, and because I give a little extra credit to the first three pairs who work their problems correctly.
Students are "paired up" – working with the student next to t

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This Matho Activity covers writing an equation of a line given the slope and y-intercept, given two points, given a point and the slope, given a table, and given an x and y intercept. Undefined and zero slope concepts are also covered. Matho is played like bingo, however students work out the math

This graphic organizer can be used for stations, allowing students to represent linear functions in a variety of ways. I like to use teams and carousel around the room for more active participation.
I insert each worksheet into a sheet protector to create an instant whiteboard. Give each group

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I use relays to review a lot of different subjects in my Algebra 1 classes. This one reviews Chapter 5 of the Prentice Hall CA Algebra 1 textbook: Writing Equations of Lines -- given the slope and y-intercept, given x and y-intercepts, given two points, given a line parallel or perpendicular to the

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This is an Evaluating Functions around the world activity (also known as scavenger hunts). Students love being able to get out of their desks and move around the room! There are a total of 10 problems that require students to write the equation of a line given a point and the slope. This activity is

This domino activity covers the concept of writing the equation of a line given a graph. Vertical and horizontal lines are included. Each student or group (based on teacher discretion) gets a set of dominoes. Students need to find the one that says start and work that problem. Then, they have to

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This is a set of 14 task cards where students must determine the equation of the line. Students are given a graph, two points, slope and y-intercept, or a point and slope.
A recording sheet for student work is provided. I would print on both sides of a sheet of paper for the student answer sheet

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