Zombie Lines

This is one of those proud moments. The moments when someone has observed you doing something and then goes and does it themselves. My colleague Tessah is a 3rd year teacher, and quite amazing at what she does. She has watched me create & share math activities with GAFE for the past two years. She even created some of her own last year. She found this zombie activity online as a paper copy and after collaborating with our Algebra 1 group decided we could practice our online graphing skills. She did an amazing job creating this digital version. She used the font Zombie Salad from dafont.com, also a habit she picked up from me. I asked her permission to post it here and she was very willing to share (maybe another habit from?).

Tolen Zombie Graphing (1)

It was created on Google Slides, probably my most favorite Google App because of it’s versatility.

Here’s the finished product. Sorry for those of you who don’t give your students the solutions.

Tolen anwers Zombie Graphing.png

Feel free to use this activity with your students. You may make a copy of this slide here. Please let Tessah & I know if you like her activity. It makes us happy when people use our stuff.

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3 thoughts on “Zombie Lines

  1. Marlene Feldman

    I really appreciate all the amazing activities you make and share. I made a tweak to this assignment by putting it on Desmos. Thanks for all the fun!!

    • Thanks for sharing. We talked about doing this in Desmos but our students need practice with online tools similar to our state assessment. Desmos does too much for them.

  2. Marlene Feldman

    Forgot the link….I’m that person 😦

    https://www.desmos.com/calculator/pgv9k3cbou

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