Graphing Linear Equations Bingo
This is a Power Point game that reviews graphing linear equations given in slope-intercept form and standard form. Vertical and horizontal lines are also included. Directions to play the game:
1) First, distribute the bingo board and ask the students to number the squares 1-25, in any order that they wish. You may want to have them do this in pen or marker so that they can not change it later.
2) I usually have a student come up to the board and select any problem. (They are the colored circles on the first slide). I scattered the links so they are not in order.
3) Once a problem comes up, the students find that question number on their board, and graph the equation. I usually have them take out a sheet of notebook paper too to show any standard form to slope-intercept form conversions.
4) If you hit the "Graph" button on the slide, the line will appear so the students can check.
5) Hit "Back", then select a new problem and repeat!
The graphs are small, however, no student complained (those young eyes!) I debated on only doing 16 and making them bigger, but then they would win faster and I wanted them to practice graphing!
They win if they get 5 in a row, column, or diagonal. I play a lot of games in my room, and the Bingo is always a crowd pleaser. Enjoy!
This resource is included in the following bundle(s):
Algebra 1 Curriculum
Algebra 1 Activities Bundle
Linear Equations Activities Bundle
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