I have done these stations in years past and like the mix and getting the kids vertical.
I call it Noah's Ark Review because they are supposed to do 2 at each station. It is appropriate after a week of rain.
Stations Review for Rational Functions
I have station 1 at the window with practicing graphing rational functions. (Algebra 1)
I have station 2 at the back board with solving rational equations.
Station 3 is on a side table with 1 die. The students toss the die to get two numbers, one for x and one for y. They are told y varies inversely with x. Then, they toss it one more time. This is a new X value. Find y.
Station 4 is at a group of desks with 1 die and it is word problems. One is a work problem and one is a distance = rate times time problem. They toss the die to make their problems.
Station 5 is at my favorite little green table with little white boards found a while back at Target and a coin that has written on it a multiplication sign and a division sign. The kids pick four boards. Put one over another to create fractions, then flip the coin to see if they have to multiply or divide.
Station 6 is at a group of desks with a coin and colored paper with rational expressions. The pick one of each color (there are two colors) and then flip a coin with a plus and minus written on it to make their own problems.