Straightforward template to create some quick 'drill and kill' practice so that students develop their ability to graph lines with a slope and a y-intercept. The template in made in such a way so that students can see the relationships between lines with the same slopes, but different y-intercepts and vice-versa.
To use this template, print out the template and fill in the empty boxes along the left with slopes of your choose and the empty boxes along the top with y-intercepts of your choosing...then copy it for your students. I typically would create two pages and photocopy them double sided so students have more practice. Students then draw the line with the corresponding slope and y-intercept in each coordinate plane. Finally there is space for students to write the equation in slope intercept form under each coordinate plane.
As students progress you can expand on their knowledge by...
1) What do you notice about lines that have the same slope?
2) Give students a blank template and have students create their own MB tables to share with others.
3) Draw four lines in the template (one for each slope) and then have students identify the values of the empty boxes on the outside and then draw the missing lines.
4) Write in the equations of the lines for four lines (one for each slope) and have students complete the rest of the template.