There are 12 cards with an equation and a graph. 4 of the cards are in slope-intercept, 4 of the cards are in point-slope, and 4 of them are in standard form. The goal is for the students to graph each equation, find their graphs where their lines are the exact same, and group it into a triple. Each triple should consist of a equation written in slope-intercept, point-slope, and standard form. Students should then be able to draw the similarities and differences between an equation written in different forms.
*For my class, I printed each of the different forms on different colored paper. This way, students knew each triple had to have a card from each color.