In this post, I linked this free graphing linear equations cheat sheet for students who are learning to graph linear equations or are having trouble with the concept. The reference sheet focuses on creating a table with the y-intercept and then one other coordinate. Also linked in the post are printable and digital linear equations activities.
I’m writing about another favorite activity of mine that I use for a few different topics throughout the year – walkarounds. They require minimal prep from the teacher and are a great, effective way to practice certain skills. This post is specifically about the linear equations walk-around activity I do with my Algebra kids afterRead more about Linear Equations Walk Around Activity[...]
Graphing Linear Equations Treasure Hunt Activity - The PERFECT way to engage your students while they practice this key skill. Easily differentiate with 3 skill levels. Great for the 8th grade math classroom!