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About This Resource:
This two-part activity has students examine a linear relationship that deals with the cost of flowers. Students must complete a table, write an equation, and graph the equation. The second part is a coloring worksheet where students must match equations to graphs in order to color a valentine's themed coloring sheet.
Also comes in a Google Slides version.
Available in the following bundle(s):8th Grade Math Curriculum Resources Mega BundleThe digital portion is available in my 8th Grade and Algebra 1 Digital Bundle
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Since 2009 I have been creating quality, content-rich resources for middle school math teachers. As a teacher, I found myself struggling to find resources to meet the needs of my students while still maintaining quality and be engaging at the same time. From that need, Beyond the Worksheet was born!