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During my first year of teaching, I assigned my students to draw a picture and label the different types of slope in the picture to create slope art. Then, last year, I changed things up and had them label the different types of slope that could be found in their name. I liked this activity, but I missed the creativity that the previous activity had allowed.

This year, I decided to do the slope name art as our notebook entry and use the picture drawing assignment as the quiz. Definitely the best of both worlds.

We did this lesson months ago, but I’m just now getting around to uploading pictures and sharing them. As you scroll through my students’ creations, you will realize that some of them put much more effort into the assignment than others.

The task was to draw a picture with at least 3 lines with each type of slope. Students were to label each line’s slope.

## Examples of Slope Art

## More Activities for Teaching Slope

- Finding Rate of Change from a Graph Hole Punch Activity
- Slope Treasure Hunt Activity
- Calculating Slope and Intercepts Foldable
- Finding Slope Foldable
- Four Types of Slope Graphic Organizer
- Rate of Change Interpreting Graphs Practice
- Rate of Change Graphic Organizer and Practice Problems
- Finding Slope and Intercepts Foldable
- Interpreting Slope and Intercepts Foldable
- Calculating Rate of Change from a Graph Practice Book
- Crow and the Pitcher Activity for Introducing Rate of Change
- Calculating Rate of Change from a Table or Set of Points Practice Book
- The Adventures of Slope Dude Posters
- Slope Dude Says
- Finding Slope from a Table or Set of Points Notes
- Slope Concept Map