I loved the Mini-golf Marbleslides. If you could embed this into a Formative, you could add questions below it allowing for students to identify the coordinates for each point and what they think would happen. If it didn’t happen the way they thought, to change the coordinates and then explain why they changed them. You could even have a show your work problem with a pic in the background. Students can plot their new green points, draw a predicted path, and then (in another color) plot the actual path (for the majority of the balls).

I love how Land the Plane builds the concept for writing linear equations and allows students to explore a little. The Parent Function activity is also perfect for the exploration activity I had in mine for my students.

Questions: Did you create these? How do you share? (If you want to, of course). Or, how can I build it myself? I can see my Algebra 1 students doing this in our slope and linear equations unit. What kind of data does it give you? Coordinates? Number of attempts? Number of stars collected? Equations guessed?

For the last two, you could have the students write the equation that finally worked.