A fun activity to get students to practice graphing linear equations.
**Half of the equations are already in slope-intercept form. The other half are in standard form - giving students the opportunity to practice putting equations in slope-intercept form.
The equations are already created for you, just print them on colored paper (I recommend yellow or white or a mixture of the two).
Cut out the equations, crumple them up, and put them in a popcorn bucket or bag.
Students love this activity and it can be used a variety of ways: stations, group, or individual work. Great way to check for student understanding.
A corresponding sheet is included for students to write down the equations and graph them.