### Systems of Equations Substitution Worksheet Task Cards Exit Tickets with Notes

## Mar 6, 2015

**This is a cellphone themed worksheet that involves solving Systems of Equations by Substitution Method.**

**The worksheet contains (8) problems on (1) page and a duplicate page with the answers.**

**The problems are formatted so that (1) problem is in Slope Intercept Form and (1) problem is in Standard Form.**

**Since each problem is printed on a cellphone, the worksheet could easily be cut into task cards or exit tickets.**

**Also included is a page of notes that explains the Substitution Method. The notes are designed like a text message.**

**I use the cellphone theme often because it seems to hold the attention of my Algebra students.**

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### Graphing Intercepts of Standard Form Linear Equations CCSS F-IF.7a

## Feb 26, 2015

This is a 2-page PDF worksheet that contains (8)
standard form linear equations and (8) graphs.
This worksheet assesses a student’s understanding of calculating and
graphing the x-intercept and y-intercept of a standard form linear equation.

This resource could easily be cut into task cards or
exit tickets.

The answer key is included.

### Graphing Points Rise Over Run Slope Rate of Change Maze Worksheet

## Feb 22, 2015

**My students absolutely love maze worksheets. Maze worksheets are a fun alternative to traditional worksheets while still targeting the essential skills.**

**This is a 3-page PDF (1 page is the cover/directions, 1 page is the student’s copy and 1 page is the answer key) that involves plotting sets of points and then determining the Rise over Run/ Slope/ Rate of Change from the graphed points. The objective is to correctly graph the sets of points then determine the slope of the graph. Once the student has determined the slope, they move to the next graph and eventually to the finish box.**

**The problems that are NOT part of the path to the finish box are surrounded by incorrect answers. This way, if the student has “gotten off the path”, they will know because the answers to the non-path problems are nowhere close to the correct answers. When the student discovers that they have gone the wrong way, they must go back and try another graph to get back on the path.**

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