Fish or the Frog? Ordered Pair Solution Linear Equations Truth or Lie Task Cards

Fish or the Frog? Ordered Pair Solution Linear Equations Truth or Lie Task Cards
Fish or the Frog? Ordered Pair Solution Linear Equations Truth or Lie Task Cards
Fish or the Frog? Ordered Pair Solution Linear Equations Truth or Lie Task Cards
Fish or the Frog? Ordered Pair Solution Linear Equations Truth or Lie Task Cards
Fish or the Frog? Ordered Pair Solution Linear Equations Truth or Lie Task Cards
Fish or the Frog? Ordered Pair Solution Linear Equations Truth or Lie Task Cards
Fish or the Frog? Ordered Pair Solution Linear Equations Truth or Lie Task Cards
Fish or the Frog? Ordered Pair Solution Linear Equations Truth or Lie Task Cards
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Fish or the Frog is a quick "game" I made up and my students love it. My favorite way to play is to project each question on the board and have students answer on a whiteboard. When they have their answers they get up and act out a fish (pretend to swim) or a frog (hop up and down). Great brain break! The heart of this activity is fixing the mistake and creating your own problem as an Exit Slip.

  • Project or print pages 4 - 9. These are the six task cards. You can print them one, two, or six to a page depending on how you want to use the cards.
  • Print pages 11 and 12 back-to-back for students to show their work. (Two to a page.) I’ve also used whiteboards to save paper!
  • Get moving! Students can mimic a swimming motion if they think the answer is Fish and hop in place if they think the answer is Frog.
  • When students have completed each of the cards and you have gone through the correct answers, have students create their own problem as a quick way to assess their understanding. This step requires you to print pages 13 and 14 back-to-back. These are four to a page. Print extras for students who want to make a challenge question!
  • Have students predict who lies the most ... the Fish or the Frog?
  • Integers are used. No fractions or decimals.

Please let me know what you think of if you tried something different with these cards.

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