Printable! And so fun! Only a ruler is required. This interdependent game is to review graphing and writing equations in slope-intercept form. Teacher instructions are included. Students come up with their own equations, so the game can be played as many times as you want.
Students will get or write an equation in slope-intercept form to give to another student. The next student will then graph it. They will then give their graph to another student to write the equation based on the graph. This continues and teams win if the first equation matches the last graph. Great conversations occur when mistakes are made :)
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