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# Slope Intercept Form Graphing Activity

Rated 4.81 out of 5, based on 121 reviews
121 Ratings
7th - 9th, Homeschool
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21 pages
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1. This no prep bundle lets students show their creative side while still practicing important graphing equation skills! Students will practice on a variety of concepts including using slope-intercept form, parallel and perpendicular lines, systems of equations and more. Best of all they also make bea
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Not only will this math art activity help your students practice writing and graphing equations in slope intercept form, but it will also add beautiful stained glass-styled art to your classroom! Best of all, this product includes 4 different options to help you differentiate within your math classroom and can be used for sub plans, extra credit, review, and more!

After graphing each set of lines, students will create a piece of art by outlining each line in black marker and coloring the sections in between each intersecting line. This will complete a graph with a stained glass look and add some beautiful color to your classroom walls when displayed.

The 4 different graphing art options include:

• Graphing Art #1 Graphing from Slope Intercept Form Equations: With this option, your students will identify the slope and y-intercept of 8 different lines and then graph them. After graphing, they will color in their graphing. This option is best for students who are just beginning to graph using slope and y-intercept and struggling with this concept.

• Graphing Art #2 Writing and Graphing Lines from Slope-Intercept Form: Students will be given the slope and y-intercept and will need to write the equation in slope-intercept form and then graph the lines. There are 10 equations to be graphed. This is a great option for students just practicing writing equations in slope-intercept form.

• Graphing Art #3 Writing and Graphing Equations from 2 Points: With this option students are given two points from a line and will need to find the slope. They will then need to write the equation in slope-intercept form. One way of doing this is to use point-slope form. With this option, there are 12 lines that need to be graphed. This option is a good challenge for those students who easily grasp the concepts of writing equations.

• Graphing Art #4 Mixed Review- Writing and Graphing Equations in Slope-Intercept Form: With this option students will practice writing equations in slope-intercept form from a variety of ways (slope and point, two points, standard form, etc.). There are 12 lines to be graphed. This is a good option for an end of unit review or to challenge students in your class.

Check out some of the great reviews of this math activity below:

• "Great review on all of the different ways to write a linear equation. I used this as a review prior to covering systems."

• "Used for sub plans for students to review slope-intercept form. I love that it has the students changing the equations and then graphing -- two skills in one! Thanks!"

• "Love doing this activity every year and covering my walls!"

• "Awesome resource to do instead of just a boring worksheet"

• "Fun artistic project. I used this as one of my centers and the kids really enjoyed being able to apply art to math! "

• "This was great. I was able to use it as extra credit with my high-level students who quickly got this concept and wanted to do more practice. Love that it included vertical lines as well, that one always seems to stump them for a minute."

You may also be interested in some of my other math activities below:

Slope Project

Real Life Math Project: Investigating Jobs, Salaries, and Budgets

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