In Algebra we are working on Slope-Intercept Form. I'm trying to flip my two Algebra classes, but it is not as easy as it sounds to do this. My two classes are very different from each other.

Students work in groups of to sort the cards into groups where the rule matched the table, matched the graph, matched the slope, and finally matched the sentence. There were 4 sets of these cards that were traded between groups.

Slope-Intercept Form Game: The student draws a card with a graph of a line and then can choose to mark off either the slope OR the y-intercept (and says it aloud). First player to get four in a row is the winner.

Hands On Equations angel teacher from heaven has recorded all of the lessons. She does an amazing job! I use them in my classroom for end of the year algebra lessons. Great for and grade math.