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Cut and paste activity to help students identify the equation of a line. The equations are given in standard form. They cut out the correct equation and paste it.

Math: Linear Equation Matching Cut-out Activity (linear functions) - Derek Follett - TeachersPayTeache...

FREE!! Students are given 14 equations that must be re-written in slope intercept form before graphing using a specific color. Follow up questions are included.

Writing Linear Equations - Graphic Organizer! - Gina Wilson - TeachersPayTeache...

Could easily take a Social Studies concept or idea and turn it into a fold-out chart like this shows.

Matching equations (slope-intercept and standard form), graphs, and tables

Enjoy the popular "I have, who has" game while learning about linear equations. 32 cards are included with an emphasis on vertical and horizontal lines!

Writing Linear Equations- Line Match Activity! Students write linear equations given different information. They find the students in the room who have their same line and work together to create a graphic organizer. Great collaboration!

Can your students recognize the graph of a linear function just by seeing the equation? If not, try this fun game of bingo. Use it to teach the parts of a y=mx+b equation, increase speed and accuracy, and increase confidence, all while having fun! Graphing Linear Equations BINGO contains 40 different student cards with 24 graphs, and 24 teacher calling cards all in y=mx+b form.