This set of worksheets gives the steps for finding x- and y-intercepts in easy to understand language. There is also a completed examples given. There are 6 practice problems. 2 versions of the worksheet are included, one with steps with blanks (version B) and with one no steps to guide students (version A). This is an easy way to modify and differentiate instruction for your students. The problems are the same, so there is only one answer key and you can review answers with the class all together, despite which version a student is working on. This would be great for cooperative learning as students have the steps and examples to help each other work through it. It would also be great for homework as the steps and completed example are there for reference.