This listing is for a simple worksheet taking two given points, finding slope, and then plugging in slope and a point to find the y-intercept, and finally writing the equation in slope-intercept form.
The worksheet is basic practice intended to cement the concept through repetition. There are three questions that force a student to think a little bit:
1. One question gives a point and the "origin", so students need to know that the origin is (0,0).
2. Two questions give a point and an x-intercept, so students are forced to understand that an x-intercept of 6, for example, is really the point (6,0).
Students can match their correctly written equations with the answer key at the bottom of the paper. It gives the beginning student more confidence to see that their answer is correct.
Most students finished this practice within 40 minutes; some had to take it home to finish it. I primarily use this with my average or struggling students.
My students love filling in the bubble conversation for the mouse or re-drawing the cat eyes to be open. It also makes it easy to refer to the worksheet as "The Cat" worksheet.