This includes a chart on when to have a dashed or solid line and how to shade. Also included is one worked out example and one for the students to do. The minibook ends with a summary section with four questions.
This is meant as a mini lesson best used as an introduction or a review. The problems are basic (already in slope intercept form).
Direction on how to create the minibook from the worksheet are easily found by googling (images) minibook foldable. I used their directions and it worked great. It takes less than 30 minutes to create and go over.
I tested this with my Algebra Honors classes (8th) and they really enjoyed having a worksheet with a bit of quick fun to it. I hope your kids enjoy it as well.