Looking for a way to make slope engaging? Try this unofficial Minecraft-themed activity — where students make and engage with art as they practice classifying lines, and finding the slope by applying the slope formula to two coordinate points.
It includes comprehensive teacher and student instructions, with a handy review section reminding students how to classify lines and compute slope (aka rate of change). This can be used as a project to review slope or even am extra credit assignment.
The activity is print-and-go, with 12 pages in total:
1 teacher instructions page
2 image pages (1 color, 1 greyscale)
1 student drawing page
2 student instruction pages
4 student worksheet pages
2 answer key pages
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