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- 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-T$45.00$58.00Save $13.00
Slope Formula: Notes, Partner Activity, & Puzzle
This product includes the following three resources:
1) Cornell Notes on the Slope Formula - These notes are organized and easy to follow, giving students a good understanding of slope. An answer key is included.
2) Tic-Tac-Toe Partner Activity - Each partner decides if they will be X or O. They each pick a problem off the paper and find the slope between the two points. Then, they look for their answer on the board and place their X or O in the box. They cross out the problems they just did, and pick two new ones. They play until someone gets 4 in a row, column, or diagonal.
3) "The Slope Puzzle" - Students must find the slope between all the ordered pairs given. Then, they cut out the squares and rearrange them so that the edges match. Once they have all their pieces in place, they paste them onto a template. The puzzle, template, and answer key are all included.
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