The attached file contains scavenger hunt and a recording sheet. The scavenger hunt contains 16 linear equation problems. Students are given either a table, graph, or word problem and asked to write an equation of the line in slope-intercept form. The answers are written to make sure students can convert from fractions to decimals, understand exactly where the slope and y-intercept belong in the equation, and it solidifies the idea that slope is vertical distance over horizontal distance. This activity allows students to practice this skill with their peers. The students are able to get out of their seats which usually keeps the students engaged. By working with a partner, the students are able to solidify the concepts by helping each other. This activity also works as a great formative assessment because you can see which pairs are falling behind on their problems.