I have to admit, the topic of slope was a mystery to me when I first started learning algebra. I mean I knew the formula but I made no connections to what slope actually was. I don't know if that was my misunderstanding, or the way my teachers presented it - I'm sure it was me :)
Students need to have a solid understanding of slope, y-intercept, parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and writing equations of lines in order to be successful in calculus.
Here are a few ideas and activities I have found that I think will allow students to practice these ideas without boring worksheets.
1) Slope Posters -
This is a link to slope posters that I have in my TPT store that uses cute superhero graphics to show the different types of slope.
2) Monster Themed Power Point Presentation -
This is a presentation that presents information about finding the slope and y-intercept of a line from a graph with fun monster graphics.
This is a link to Monster Power Point Presentation in my TPT store.
3) Equations of Lines Christmas Puzzle -
This is a puzzle that you could use at the end of your unit on writing equations of lines. Students solve 22 questions and then match their answers to form the answer to a funny Christmas riddle.
Here is a link to my Christmas Equations of Lines Puzzle