Slope-Intercept Form for Linear Equations - Practice / Review:
This risk-taking strategy game of conquering territories offers a fun way to practice math skills. This version has cards that require students to find slopes and y-intercepts for linear equations and their graphs.
**This is part of a discounted bundled set: Conquest - Algebra Set 3 - Slope & Linear Equations
--- Your students can continue playing the same game with the same opponent throughout the school year if you purchase the bundled set or other additional card sets.
With each "attack," players must answer the question on the card. The battle result is determined by the answer. Soldiers are lost and gained until students slowly conquer one another's territories on the map.
Take a look at the preview file for game rules.
This is a two-player game. Each student in the pair will need a different color dry-erase marker to keep track of soldiers on the laminated map.
- map (must be printed and laminated)
- game rules (half sheet to print for each group)
- cards with questions (print and cut for each group)
- "Battle Results" chart (half sheet to print for each group)
- teacher directions
Here is a video
showing how to play!
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