In this activity, students work in pairs to write equations of lines. Answer key included with lines in both slope-intercept form and standard form. You can choose which form you would like your students to use or you can have them do both! I have also included an optional student worksheet that has students use all three forms to complete (please preview).
To play, students roll 2 dice to determine the problems they will work. Assign partner A to work the problems on the top diagonal and partner B to work the problems on the bottom diagonal. For example; if the students roll a 2 and a 4, partner A works problem row 2/column 4 and partner B works problem row 4/column 2. The final answer should be the same for both problems. If students are not getting the same answer, I have them trade papers and work each others problem to look for errors (If using the student worksheet provided, scratch paper would be helpful for this step).
My Algebra class really enjoyed this activity as a unique way to review writing equations of lines. This could also serve as a fun review for Algebra 2, Geometry, etc!