With this activity, students will practice graphing linear inequalities to obtain letters to answer the fun question at the bottom! Half of the graphs are already in slope-intercept form, but the other half must first be arranged into slope-intercept form before they can be graphed. This is a fun way to get your students engaged in practicing their algebra skills! For even more motivation, allow students to shade their graphs and display their colorful work when they are finished!
You may also like these other algebra activities and puzzles:
Factoring Polynomials Puzzle
Percentages Domino Puzzle
Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides Activity
Solving Proportions Triangle Puzzle
Systems of Equations Math Trail
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