### linear equations flippables for a Algebra interactive notebook

Monica Venter

Explore fun and interactive activities to help students master the skill of graphing linear equations. Discover hands-on approaches and engaging resources to make learning math enjoyable.

linear equations flippables for a Algebra interactive notebook

Monica Venter

Tons of algebra ideas for teaching linear equations in this post! From games to flippables for an interactive notebook to math pennants, puzzles and a linear equations project. There's something for every math student in this post!

Scaffolded Math and Science

These activities for writing and graphing equations of lines are a fun way to help your algebra student. There are ideas for interactive notebooks, guided notes, videos, and coloring activities. #mrseteachesmath #equationsoflines

Theresa Driscoll

Students will graph various linear equations while finding treasures or troubles along the way in this graphing linear equations activity!

Taylor J's Math Materials- Middle Level Math Lessons & Activities

I used the following foldable for solving systems of equations by graphing. Students really enjoyed it and seemed to understand the concept when I broke it down into the following three categories: systems with one solution; systems with no solution; and systems with infinite solutions. After the foldable, we completed the following activity on Google Slides. Students had to solve each problem and place the picture on the coordinate. This activity was put in Schoology where I could see…

Mrs. Newell's Math

Learn how to incorporate art into our math class and bring the concept of slope to life by doing this Slope Stained Glass project with your students. Learn more about how I did this project with my class!

Hello Learning | Upper Elementary Math Activities and Resources

Spooky Spiderwebs with Linear Equations Graphing Linear Equations is a skill that requires a lot of practice! This is a great differentiated lesson for your students to create Spiderweb designs! These make for great bulletin board displays for Halloween time! There are four different Spiderweb designs. Option 1: 1st Quadrant with the origin as the y-intercept Option 2: 1st Quadrant with varying y-intercepts Option 3: Four Quadrants with varying y-intercepts Option 4: Four Quadrants with 1 as…

Liz Andrews

Looking for an engaging way for your middle school math and Algebra students to practice graphing linear equations? Look no further, read all about this fun activity that is better than any worksheet and makes teaching and learning about slope-intercept form a breeze. Students graph linear equations to form a picture. This works great for homework or individual work in the classroom. Click here to read all about graphing art.

Make Sense of Math | Math Resources for Middle School Math

interactive notebook page ideas for algebra 1

Elena Nava