A standard linear equation has to be rewritten in slope-intercept form, so students may identify the slope. Some linear equations will put more practice on solving equations, when the x and y-intercepts have to be found and checked. Of course, a matching game could be played after all solutions are correct. Then you cut and mix up the four sections of slope, x-intercept, y-intercept, and slope-intercept problems.
Try doing it as a quick review or rotation work on the wall to see how many teams correctly solve the most problems.
This is part of:
Ladders into Linear Equations