In this project, the students will work in groups to create a city map of their own that has at least 10 streets. Of those streets, 4 will be parallel, 4 perpendicular, 1 undefined, and 1 with a zero slope. The students will write equations for the lines giving the slope and y-intercept. They will also create names for their streets and their city. The students tend to enjoy this project because they get to be creative on how their map looks, they get to pick the names, and I have always let them add buildings and other things when they finish to make their map more colorful and fun. Included is a before and after Team Goal sheet to get the students thinking about their project and also a grading rubric. All documents are editable in word so you can change the wording or point value as needed to fit your students. These are usually great to hang around the room to display student work! Happy Graphing!!