This graphing activity has 20 questions asked in different ways for students to graph. Students should start with a blank piece of graph paper and make a 32x32 box square to make their city in. There are 2 versions of this activity, one that tells students to use specific colors (like the answer key) and one that does not use colors. Students are asked to find the slope of lines based on other lines parallel and perpendicular to it and find equations from a slope and a point. This activity also reviews ordered pairs and graphing lines already in slope intercept form.
If you want to make this digital, have them create their city at Desmos.com. They will still have to do all of the solving, but their graphs will be digital.