Need something more fun to do with graphing equations? This is a great way to bring dice in to replace those worksheets! This activity does require you to have at least one dice for each group (two is ideal - and even better, having two different colors!). In addition, I use dry-erase graph boards, but graph paper could also do just fine. Students roll the dice to create their equation. They identify the slope and y-intercept, and then both students graph that equation. They compare work with each other and discuss any incorrect answers. A great alternative to worksheets!