In this activity, students will practice solving systems of equations with either substitution or elimination (or by graphing, if they choose), and then color the part of the picture with the solution with the indicated color. The problems include systems that are already in slope-intercept form and those that need to be converted to slope-intercept form (in case the student wants to solve by graphing). Students stay engaged during this activity and are engaged and stay motivated, especially when they see the picture come to life with color! This is a great activity to give your students some extra practice on essential algebra skills, and it creates beautiful classroom decor when they are done!
If you like this, you may also like these other color by number activities:
Finding slope using a graph
Finding slope between 2 points
Finding slope and y-intercept
Direct and inverse variation
Combining Like Terms
Adding and subtracting polynomials
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