Linear Equations Activities Bundle
Graphing and writing linear equations is a major component to the Algebra curriculum. I have taken 20 of my most fun and engaging activities and bundled them together. Click the links below to view each activity.
1) The Slope Formula Notes and Partner Tic-Tac-Toe
2) The Slope Puzzle
3) The Slope Formula "Triples" Activity
4) All About SLOPE! Task Cards with QR Codes
5) Graphing Linear Equations Bingo
6) Graphing Linear Equations Line-Up Activity
7) Graphing Linear Equations Scavenger Hunt
8) Slope and Graphing Linear Equations Find Somone Who
9) Linear Equations Round Table Activity
10) Writing Linear Equations Given Point and Slope or Two Points - Notes and Partner Activity
11) Point-Slope and Two Points Relay Races
12) Writing Linear Equations (Point-Slope and Two Points) Task Cards with QR Codes
13) Writing Linear Equations Bullseyes
14) Writing Linear Equations Given Two Points "Math Lib" Activity
15) Writing Linear Equations - Gone Fishin' Game
16) Writing Linear Equations Find Someone Who
17) Writing Linear Equations - Line Match and Collaboration Activity
18) Linear Equations Review Book and Stations Activity
19) Linear Equations Choice Board Projects
20) Linear Equations Performance Task
The Gone Fishin' Game and Graphing Linear Equations Bingo are Power Point games that can be used with a Smart Board, or just displayed by a projector.
Sold separately, these items total $58. Save money and have fun with all these fun and interactive activities!
This purchase includes a license for one teacher only
for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable
, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. If you are a coach, principal, or district interested in transferable licenses to accommodate yearly staff changes, please contact me for a quote at email@example.com.
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