Yesterday and today, I had my algebra kids make linear equations books. I know, too much fun stuff this week in algebra…π

We started by folding three pieces of colored paper in half and stapling them together to make books. Then, we cut tabs along the bottom, a total of 5 tabs (the tabs are: slope-intercept form, point-slope form, standard form, horizontal lines, and vertical lines). I let them decorate the covers. Here are a few of them:

On each page, we wrote the following information for each of the different forms of a line:

-the equation

-the different variables and what they stand for

-the graphing steps

-a graphing example (I gave them little graphs to cut out and glue into the books)

-what information we need to write the equation

-a writing equation example

Here are what a few of the pages looked like:

There is so much fun stuff to do with linear equations! What are some activities you have done?

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