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Graphing linear equations and art... this would be SO MUCH FUN! I bet I could adapt it for points on a coordinate grid...

Systems of Equations. Many students have difficulty remembering the different methods of solving for a solution, and how to figure out how many solutions the system has. After tea…

This homework sheet was designed to help students keep their math assignments and homework neat, organized and easy to read. The grid boxes help keep number columns lined up which can help prevent mistakes for the students with not-so-neat printing. There is space to do 15 problems on the front and 15 problems on the back.CUSTOMIZE THIS FOR YOUR CLASS OR SCHOOL!!Before you purchase this, send me a message with the information you would like to have for a custom header and logo or image.

Systems of Equations Scavenger Hunt. I think i could adapt this to work for lnhs ;)

This item is a handout consisting of 27 test questions. Most are multiple-choice and the rest are free response. It covers topics for “Slope, Int...

Fireworks Linear Equations from Middle Grades Math on TeachersNotebook.com (2 pages) - This is a fun way to practice writing equations of lines. Students must write the equation of 14 lines created from flares exploding from a fireworks display.

16 pages. This mini-unit (3 days) introduces the y=mx+b form as a general formula for linear functions. From this form, students learn to write equations for linear functions.

Everybody is a Genius: Teaching Functions

Linear Equations - Concept Map. This blog has several great graphic organizers and foldables

Linear Equation Posters: Gallery Walk/Round Robin activity