The WANTED poster can be used as a review of Equations of Lines or an assessment of the chapter on Equations of Lines. This assessment helps students to make the connections of how equations of a line, points on the line, the graph of a line, slope and intercepts are related and are features of a line. The format is a WANTED poster, similar to posters from the old west or even FBI posters at the post office. For this application, the graph is in place of a photo; standard and point-slope equations are aliases; other points on the line, slope and intercepts are features similar to eye color, hair color, etc. Accomplices are the parallel and perpendicular lines to the given line. Students would be given just enough information so that they can fill in the remaining information. For example, given slope and a point on a line or given the equation in slope-intercept form, a student will be assessed on finding the other details about the line. This page is easy to differentiate for all levels of learners. For example, for honors students, the algebraic forms of the equations could be deleted. For lower level students, giving the equation in slope-intercept form and having them fill in the remaining details works well.