## Slope Connect Four

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Students practice finding slope from 2 points in pairs by playing Connect Four. Each pair of stud...

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Students practice finding slope from 2 points in pairs by playing Connect Four. Each pair of students needs a pair of dice (I use the big foam dice for fun) and a student rolls the dice to determine the row and column of the problem they work. When the problem is completed on the included student worksheet, the partner checks the work and if it is correct the student marks the game sheet, if not the partner gets the square. Play continues until one student has 4 in a row. Students love playing games and throwing dice, so this gives them the opportunity to do both while practicing the valuable skill of finding slope. You can laminate the game sheets for extra use or print extras. 3 different game sheets included with answer keys.

Linda

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