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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.

  • Judy Klein

    Looks great. Thanks for the freebie. My kids learn well with the cutting and pasting activity.

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

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.

Linear Equations: Flag Project ~ This is an at home project I had my Algebra 1 students do after they learned how to write the equation of a line in slope intercept (y-mx+b) form given two points on the line. This project involves the students choosing a national flag to graph on a coordinate plane. A complete scoring tool is provided that gives the students specific details on how the project will be graded.

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!