Writing Linear Equations Puzzle - This cut and paste puzzle is perfect for practicing writing linear equations. Students cut apart the puzzle and then arrange matching sides on a blank board. This could be a partner activity, independent work, or helpful in tutoring and intervention.
There are 2 versions of the puzzle included. In Version A, students write an equation from the slope of a line and a point on the line. In Version B, students write an equation from two ordered pairs.
What is included?
*16 piece puzzle with recording board (2 versions)
*Ideas for Implementation, Teacher Tips and CCSS/TEKS Alignment
*Alignment to CCSS 8.F.4 and TEKS 8.5I
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