Linear Equations Slope-Intercept Form Tear-Offs
It is so exciting to share this idea with you! Everyone loves tear-offs and now you can use them in your classroom! Hang them in your room and let each student take a tear-off. There is a unique question on each one. Students work their problem and students are chosen at random to share their answer. The rest of the class also works the problem and they compare the results. This can be used as a bell-ringer or as a class activity. It's great for five minutes or longer. You decide.
These questions are already in Slope-Intercept Form and the students identify the slope and the y-intercept. This is very basic and a good starting point.
One Linear Equations Tear-Off Sheet
One Linear Equations Tear-Off Answer Sheet
One Blank Linear Equations Tear-Off Answer Sheet
One set of Drawing Numbers (1-25)
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I hope you and your students enjoy this fun new activity. There are more coming soon and I can't wait to share them with you!
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