COMMON CORE: Translate between various forms of a linear equation
Middle School students like to move around and work in groups! We know this, but sometimes it is easier said than done. This sorting/matching game allows for this needed MOVEMENT while engaging the students in meaningful instruction. It can be played in multiple ways, therefore, used over and over without feeling repetitious. There are 40 cards that can be reproduced or changed in any way. The game covers linear graphing, slope-intercept form, standard form, slope, y-intercepts, tables, and verbal descriptions. It goes very well with my Linear Equation Web! There is also an answer sheet to PROVE each student was involved as well as an answer key. If moving around is not your thing, no problem, make a set for each student or pair of students to SORT at their seat!