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Slope "doodle notes" - When students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. There are proven benefits of this cross-lateral brain activity: - new learning - relaxation (less math anxiety) -
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Linear Equations & Slope-Intercept Form - Fun Practice / Review Activity:If students graph all the lines correctly, the page folds up into a paper airplane!This activity is a fun way for your class to practice using slope of a line and graphing
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Slope-Intercept Form for Linear Equations - Discovery: This activity is an introduction to Slope-Intercept Form. It is best for when students are able to graph a line using a table, but have not yet been introduced to graphing using
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Creating & Analyzing Scatter Plots - Visual Interactive "Doodle Notes" When students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. There are proven benefits of this cross-lateral brain activity: -
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Plotting Points (Ordered Pairs) on the Coordinate Plane - Fun Activity: If the students plot points correctly and connect the lines as directed, the page folds up into a paper airplane! This activity is a fun way for your class to practice
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Slope-Intercept Form of a Line - Practice / Review: This game is great practice for finding slopes and y-intercepts. Students play in small groups and take turns. After drawing a card with a graph of a line, the student has a choice whether to
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Slope of a Line - Main Ideas for Slope: This is a great study guide or graphic organizer for students learning how to find slope. The infographic contains main ideas about slopes of lines. These infographics are intended to be printed
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This activity is for students who are already able to graph a linear equation on the coordinate plane. It is a great way to practice or review Slope-Intercept Form. After choosing a location on each of the four maps to bury a treasure, each
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Slope of a Line - Practice / Review Activity for Slope in different forms:This Algebra sorting activity helps your students practice finding slope in different forms to determine whether the slope is positive, negative, undefined, or zero.Here is
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Slope, Graphing, & Linear Equations Activity Bundle - a variety of unique activities and resources:Save money by getting 19 sets of resources in one bundle! These activities will help your students with slope and graphing.(For an even bigger
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Students practice Slope-Intercept Form, Point-Slope Form, and Standard Form. They work with the equations of lines, graphs, x-intercepts and y-intercepts, and slopes. This set of three activities can be used all at once or spread throughout a unit
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This choice board has six project-based tasks based on graphing linear equations (1 page handout in a grid). Students choose three of the six tasks to complete. This is a great way to assess at the end of a unit on graphing linear equations. I
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Linear Equations & Their Graphs - Critical Thinking: Two versions are included - Version 1 (Worksheet) - Students determine whether each statement is "always true," "sometimes true," or "never true." They color each one accordingly and end
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Plotting Points on the Coordinate Plane, Writing Ordered Pairs, Reflecting Across an Axis, & more... In this 3-day mini-unit students will be introduced to the coordinate plane. They will learn how to plot points using ordered pairs, identify
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Graphs of Derivatives - Discovery: This three-page worksheet will guide your students to graph the derivative of a function and make observations about the following concepts: * The slope of a tangent line to a curve can be identified at various
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Quadratic Equations & Graphs of Quadratic Functions - Critical Thinking: Two versions are included - Version 1 (Worksheet) - Students determine whether each statement is "always true," "sometimes true," or "never true." They color each one
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These 30 task cards include three types of questions about slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines. The three types of questions help make differentiation easy and are denoted by different border styles. Please see preview for samples. Ten of
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Writing Linear Equations - A Coordinate Football Game: Easy differentiation and options for different grade levels / ability levels! The game includes options for the teacher: - Use Card Set A for basic linear equations in Slope-Intercept Form,
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Slope-Intercept Form for Linear Equations - Practice / Review: This risk-taking strategy game of conquering territories offers a fun way to practice math skills. This version has cards that require students to find slopes and y-intercepts for
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