This activity is an adaptation from the childhood game Musical Chairs. These posters are placed either around the classroom or around your classroom tables/desks. Students rotate in a circular motion as the music plays. When the music stops students are to solve the poster that they stopped in front of. This activity is focused on creating linear equations from tables, graphs, two points, and identify the slope and y-intercept from an equation. I provide my students with an answer document in order to record their answers. This form will be turned in as their learning evidence. I provide the answers on the back of the posters as a way for my students to self check their answers. Unlike Musical Chairs, I do not eliminate questions and students as my class is a special education math class and all my students work at a different pace. This activity could also be used as an Around The World, task cards, math station, etc. Feel free to adapt it how you see fit for your class!