This worksheet has 16 different equations that need to be changed into Slope-Intercept Form. The equations vary in difficulty and form, so it requires thinking on each one, not just one format that can be memorized. There is also a column that has the correct slope & intercept in the form m= and b= . This forces students to identify the m and the b after getting the equation in the correct form.
The worksheet also requires students to graph 4 equations to reinforce the meaning of m & b. Of course, you could ask students to graph more.
There is also an extended activity that has students complete a puzzle if they have extra time. It is based on the answers to the 16 equations.