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I love this activity because it forces students to briefly collaborate with their peers and it gets them out of their seats and moving around. Also, it is great linear function practice because the students are having to identify slope and the y-intercept in graph form and equation form in order to find their partner.Each student gets a card, graph or equations, and then the students have to go search for their partner. They are having to match up an equation and a graph. After everyone has found a partner, use the key to check their work. You can let them partner up just once or have them switch cards and play a few times.