Graph, Table, and Equation game

I made an activity for my students to review for a test on converting between graphs, tables, and equations. I gave each student a blank template divided into 12 pieces. This consisted of 4 problems each with a graph, table, and equation. Students made up their own problems, checked with me, and then cut the page into 12 pieces. Students then traded with another student. They then matched the graph, table, and equations together. The kids that knew what they were doing enjoyed the activity. Unprepared students struggled.

If I use this activity again I think I should do it over 2 class periods. I think pairing students up, so there are 8 problems per pair to match would make things more interesting too. Something to think about next year.

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