Students will get to practice determining (algebraically) key characteristics of quadratic functions in this Halloween coloring activity. Each questions, has three different solutions with each solution corresponding to a color. Students will select the correct solution row for the vertex, x and y-i
Product Description:Write equations in Point Slope Form with this fun color-by-code activity. Students complete each problem, choose the solution and use the color listed to fill in squares on the grid to reveal the mystery picture! Includes both fall and winter penguin themes!Includes the following
Students will be given 16 vocabulary words and definitions on 8th grade math expressions and equations. They will need to match the vocabulary words with the definitions. Students will complete the vocabulary then color the mystery picture according to the given color. Answer key is included.
Students will practice calculating/finding key characteristics (vertex and x and y-intercepts) of quadratic equations in this cactus themed coloring activity. Answer key is included. Note: These are the same questions as the Characteristics of Quadratics Halloween themed coloring activity.
This coloring activity is based on having to find the vertex, y-intercept, and axis of symmetry of different parabolas. Each answer corresponds to a box in the picture to then be colored and form a mystery picture.The picture of the coloring page is from coloringsquared.com. I have created the Algeb
Students become proficient at manipulating, identifying features, graphing, and modeling with two-variable linear equations, inequalities, scatter plots and systems. Students are introduced to inverse functions and formalize their understanding on linear systems of equations and inequalities to mode
This product is a coloring activity that has the student finding equations of lines and determining slope. It has a variety of different types of problems, such as finding equations given y-intercept and slope, parallel & perpendicular lines, graphing equations, finding equations from graphs, r
Your students will be thankful for this colorful slope and y-iintercept activity. They will practice finding slope, y-intercept and writing equations from a graph, table, two points and problem situations. If your students enjoy this, you might be interested in thesehttps://www.teacherspayteachers.c
Students will write an equation using a slope and a coordinate or two coordinates. Goal is for students to practice two skills. First, finding the y-intercept given a slope and a coordinates, then write it as an equation in slope-intercept form. Second, finding the slope using slope formula given tw
Students will write 12 linear equations in slope-intercept form from two points, a point and the y-intercept, a graph, a point and a parallel or perpendicular line, and from an equation not in slope-intercept form. Students use the answer box to color the picture. Adorable St. Patrick's Day pictur
This flexible use product was an engaging way to assess my students' understanding of finding slope and y-intercept from a graph. The 16 true/false questions that follow are intended to target the common misconceptions and ensure that students understand the parts and whole of y = mx + b from a grap
✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Finding the y-intercept of a Quadratic Function given the Standard Form". Students will work with 12 Questions where the y-intercept must be found.Students should feel comfortable with these forms:☑ y = ax² + bx + c☑ y =
An Easter Themed coloring sheet that allows your students to practice solving systems of equations from equations written in different forms and from word problems.
-solving systems of equations
-writing a system of equations from word problems
-converting from standard form to y-intercept
Slope Intercept Form Christmas Coloring Sheet
Write each linear function in slope intercept form. Match the slope and the y-intercept to the correct letter. Color the shape with the corresponding color. Contains 15 questions and answers in a Christmas themed coloring sheet. Includes answer and colo
Check out: How to Color an Emoji Digitally? Right HERE✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Finding the y-intercept of a Quadratic Function given the Vertex Form". Students will work with 12 Questions where the y-intercept must be found.This is a BLENDED Activ
Check out: How to Color an Emoji Digitally? Right HERE✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Finding the y-intercept of a Quadratic Function given the Standard Form". Students will work with 12 Questions where the y-intercept must be found.This is a BLENDED Act
This EMOJI activity is included inEMOJI - BUNDLE Interpreting the Vertex Form of Quadratic Functions✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Finding the y-intercept of a Quadratic Function given the Vertex Form". Students will work with 12 Questions.Questions ma
There are 14 8th math questions on this Thanksgiving Turkey coloring page that cover solving equations, scientific notation, ordering real numbers, surface area, slope, and y-intercept. A PDF & google slides version are included so you may edit the questions if you would like. → Be sure to follo
Students must solve 8 linear equations for "y" so that they are written in slope intercept form. All problems require one step (addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division).
This is great to use before teaching standard from linear equations. Students need to know how to transform an equat
Fun way for students to showcase their skills!
Students solve for slope intercept form of 14 equations. Example, 2y + 3x = 12, students would put this equation in the y= mx + b format, graph their line on a coordinate plane, and color each shape they have created to appear like a stained glass win
Students will solve systems of equations using substitution and elimination, some systems are both in slope-intercept, one in slope-intercept and one in standard form, and both in standard form. Each incorrect answer choice is based off of a common error, like forgetting the negative or plugging x i
This is a fun coloring activity with 26 problems that has students:
~Write an equation with given slope and y-intercept
~Write an equation with 2 given points
~Write an equation with given slope and 1 point
~Write an equation from a graph
~Write an equation from a function table
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