Writing Linear Equations (Given Two Points) Holiday Coloring Activity
This is a fun way for students to practice writing the equation of a line given two points. There are 20 problems total, separated into two columns. Students write the linear equations, then look for the equations that have matching y-intercepts between the columns. Then, they color the tree according to the matches.
For example, if #1 has a y-intercept of -5 and Pink has a y-intercept of -5, then all 1's are pink on the tree. I chose to match y-intercepts so students would be forced to find the write the entire equation, rather than just stopping at the slope!
This could also used as a partner activity in which Partner A does the left side and Partner B does the right side.
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Tree designed by Art by Jenny K
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