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This is a partner face-off activity I call "Graph Wars". The powerpoint included in the zip file has inequalities on one slide and the completed graph on the next. Great game and formative assessment. There is a pdf document with instructions, a .ppt and a .pptx file included in the download.

This bundle includes 6 classroom activities to support graphing inequalities, one and two-step inequalities in real life, two-step inequalities, and solving real life inequality problems. All are hands on, engaging, easy to prep, and perfect to incorporate into the classroom, intervention time, tut

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This foldable organizes the meaning and graph of each of the types of inequalities.
This is a GREAT item to add to your interactive notebook!
I have included detailed directions for printing, copying, and creating the foldable.
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This contains 4 different activities that will teach your students all about writing, solving, and graphing inequalities and includes real world problems. There is two sets of interactive guided notes that can be done together and have plenty of practice examples. There is two sets of practice work

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This is a bundle of my 10 Solving & Graphing Inequalities products to strengthen your students’ skills in working with inequalities. Individually these products would cost you $20....save $9 by buying the bundle and be prepared for an entire unit of engaging activities!
These activities cover

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Writing and Graphing Inequalities Guided Notes + Activities for Interactive Notebooks CCS: 6.EE.B8
Included in this product:
Writing Inequalities Guided Notes
Writing Inequalities Checkpoint
Graphing Inequalities Guided Notes
Graphing Inequalities Checkpoint
*Inequality Symbols Foldable
20 Match

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Ready to practice reading, writing and graphing inequalities in an interactive and engaging way that reaches your students through real-world situations? Grab these iPad Inequalities today!
Included in this activity:
- Directions
- 32 Task Cards with Inequality Statements
- Recording Sheets (2 vers

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Student pick an absolute value inequality. After working the problem, they find the matching compound inequality and graph.
Includes 10 absolute value inequalities, with matching compound inequalities and graphs. 3 way sort. Also included is a Student Answer Sheet and Answer Key.
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This is a set of 18 Task Cards (with & without QR Codes) to help strengthen students’ skills in solving and graphing inequalities.
To complete this activity students will have to be able to do the following:
• Solve multi-step inequalities with variables on both sides
• Solve compound inequali

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Use this foldable in your students' interactive notebooks to help them learn how to graph inequalities on a number line. The front of the foldable has all 4 inequality symbols. On the inside of each flap is a space for students to write common words phrases that go with each symbol, as well as a s

This 6 page item includes 24 different inequalities and 24 graphs to match. It also includes directions and behavioral expectations. There is an answer key that can be used by students or the teacher to detect patterns of student mistakes, for example if a particular student always mixes up > a

With the greatest of enthusiasm, I share my most recent power point with you on "Graphing Inequalities in Two Variables".
* The lesson begins with a review showing ordered pairs as solutions to inequalities.
* Step by step, students move into graphing inequalities of vertical and horizon

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This resource will save you time as guided notes and examples are ready to be copied for your students. Independent practice is included in each activity. Teacher notes and detailed answer keys are provided
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Sample pages of the resource can be viewed in the Preview.
1st Activity – Solve Equations

Students match 18 graphs to their correct inequalities in 2 variables in this activity. Inequalities are written in both standard form and slope-intercept form. Download includes a student answer sheet and answer key.
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Parallel and Perpendicular Task Cards
Systems of Inequaliti

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Graphing Inequalities Notes and Activities, Common Core Standard: 6.EE.B.8
Everything you need to introduce and practice graphing inequalities.
Included in this product:
-Graphing Inequalities Guided Notes
-Graphing Inequalities Practice Page
-Graphing Inequalities Frayer Models for Vocabulary Pra

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Graphing Inequalities Matching Activity.
Simply cut out, or have the students cut out, and match the inequality to the correct graph. The cards are already mixed up, so just print and give to students! They can work on their own, or in pairs. I had mine glue them to construction paper, so I cou

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This is a "definition decoder" activity I made for my 6th graders. Each page is posted around the room for students to complete. Students choose the correct answer which has a corresponding letter. I have students write all of their letters down on a small sheet of paper (page 15 of this document) a

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This is a four page project that is focused on compound inequalities. It is based on creating data from movie time lengths from the 70's-00's. It is a cute activity and our students loved it! We were able to incorporate it into our Reading classes, as well! This could be used as an in-class assi

This is a group activity designed to introduce the student to Graphing Linear Inequalities in Standard Form. In the activity, students work together in groups of 4 to determine where to shade the line. The line is already graphed for them and each student checks a point (each point conveniently loca

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In this activity, there are 16 questions - 8 that ask them to solve and a different 8 that ask them to graph! Once they answer the questions, they are to answer a witty riddle to check to see if they're correct or not. I did this with my 8th graders as a homework assignment, only because we ran ou

This is a coloring activity for a set of 12 problems on writing an inequality from a graph.
Posted: 2/20/16 so 50% off through 2/23/16

With this bundle you get my 13 Systems of Equations & Inequalities activities. You get Warm Ups, Notes, Homework, 1 Card Sort Activity, 5 Mazes, 1 Word Problem Matching Activity, 1 Story Puzzle Activity, 2 Zombie Killing Activities, and 1 Systems of Inequalities Graph Matching Activity.
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Writing & Graphing Inequalities Activity Cooperative Learning Activity
Perfect for math stations and engaging practice
Common Core Standards: 6.EE.8
Looking for a good way to get your students practicing working with inequalities? Look no further than this fun writing and graphing inequalitie

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This bundle includes a total of 9 mazes. Each of these mazes is sold separately at my store. Please visit the links below for more details about each individual product. The mazes are:
* Maze - Solving One-Step Inequalities
* Maze - Solving Two-Step Inequalities
* Maze - Solving Mult

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This foldable provides organized notes & practice writing & graphing inequalities. There are a total of 12 problems within the foldable, asking students to graph the solutions on the number line or write and solve a one-step inequality.
This foldable is PERFECT for interactive math noteboo

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Graphing Inequalities: Notes are student friendly and fit well in interactive notebooks when printed 2 pages per sheet. The activity allows for students to focus on the differences in each graph as well as the differences in the inequality symbols. There are 25 inequality statements/graphs to pair

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In this download you will find:
Situations Where Inequalities Can Be Used ~ Mini Poster
Inequalities Note Catcher
Inequality Situation Cards and Recording Sheet
Inequality Workout
Mini Poster: This mini poster can be used as an anchor mat for learning. Students can add real-life situations where

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Great Activity for Solving and Graphing Inequalities, Paperless and No Prep for you!
In this fun interactive Google activity your students practice solving inequalities of one variable. There are 15 one-step and multi-step problems plus one application. For the first 15 problems your students wi

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This Algebra 2 Activity covers all the topics in the unit on Functions, Graphs and Equations. There are nine stations for students to work through in groups of 3 or 4 students. Time should be limited to 4 minutes per station, which allows a WILD CARD Round for students to go back to any station wher

Students will play this "Old Math Guy" graphing inequalities card game in groups as they practice matching inequalities in one variable with number line graph representations.
Included in this product:
-35 game cards (17 pairs + "Old Math Guy" card)
-Teacher's Guide with CCSS, objective, materials,

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Do you want to spice up your Algebra class? Are your students struggling with solving one-step inequalities? This activity is for you! Your students must color code each problem with the step that is necessary to solve the inequality. For example, if you need to multiply to solve, the problem needs

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In this fun Teach Interactive™ Google® Drive activity your students practice graphing Inequalities of one variable on a number line.
There are 16 inequalities for your students to graph. They Drag & Drop the correct arrows onto a number line, checking for open and closed endpoints. I have al

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Translating, Solving, and Graphing One-Step Inequalities:
This activity includes: 5 pages of questions (10 questions in all), a student recording sheet, and an answer key. Each question sheet has a one step inequality problem written verbally. Students will need to translate the inequality, solve t

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This engaging and interactive classroom activity allows students to both practice their inequality solving skills and do a fun coloring activity! As students answer questions pertaining to 2-step linear inequalities, they will be asked to color the choice matching their answer. This activity will un

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Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice graphing inequalities, they can learn about the life's work of one of the inspirations of the Person Puzzle -- Edward Said!
Person Puzzles are designed to high

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This is a great activity to practice graphing inequalities! This goes along with the 6th grade common core standard
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.EE.B.8
Write an inequality of the form x > c or x < c to represent a constraint or condition in a real-world or mathematical problem. Recognize that inequali

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Activity combines practical math along with math solutions in various formats. Students are asked to provide possible solutions, demonstrate a graph, and write an inequality as a math sentence for real-life scenarios. This is a great tool for guided or independent practice. Students can use as a

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This packet includes notes & practice for solving & graphing inequalities in one variable, compound inequalities, translating inequalities, graphing inequalities in 2 variables.
Activities for practice include a cut-and-paste for solving & graphing inequalities in 1 variable and my favor

iStep is a spin on iMessage. Students each get their own sheet to add to their phone template. The sheet includes a problem to solve and text bubbles for verbal steps and student work.
This specific iStep activity covers solving two-step inequalities with graphing.
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• iMath phone templat

Get your students up and moving around as they review inequalities! Students will have fun moving around the room asking one another to solve problems on their grid. Not only will students have fun with this activity they will also review the variety of inequality problems. Included with your purcha

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I Have, Who Has is a fun activity to help reinforce skills that are being taught. This particular I Have, Who Has game has 24 cards included and has been created to get the students more comfortable with seeing inequalities on a graph (number line). This activity can be used as a whole group where e

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This product has students practice graphing simple inequalities on a number line. It is a wonderful activity that incorporates fun into the classroom! Use it as a quick assessment tool, a homework assignment, or even something for the kids to do after a test.
The best part?

This activity applies the skill of graphing inequalities on a number line.
Students, once separated into three differentiated detective groups, will solve a part of Mr. X's crime. By eliminating numbers on the number line using posted "clues" (problems to solve) around the room, they will make this

Writing and Graphing Inequalities Notes and Activities, Common Core Standard: 7.EE.B.4.B
Everything you need to introduce and practice writing and graphing inequalities. Included in this product:
-Writing and Graphing Inequalities Notes
-Writing and Graphing Inequalities Practice Page
-Writing a

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This set of 32 task cards provides students with practice writing an inequality, given a graph.
The first 16 question are single inequalities and the second half include compound inequalities (and/ or).
An answer key is included!
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Graphing Inequalities Practice Made Simple should be the title. This graphing inequalities 3 activity pack emphasizes the new skills of graphing linear inequalities and systems of linear inequalities (shading and boundary lines) while saving you grading time. Find subtly different levels so that y

Linear Equations: Writing in Slope-Intercept Form and Standard Form from a Graph
Students will match 24 linear inequalities (12 Slope-Intercept Form, 12 Standard Form) with graphs. Students will check the slope of the line, y-intercept, solid vs. dashed lines, and shading above vs. below the line to

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Graphing Inequality Task Cards follows the Common Core Standard 6.EE.B8
You can use these task cards in a variety of ways in your classroom. Use them as a Scoot Activity, Gallery Walk, or Station. Simply just cut them out and use!
What is included:
-24 Task Cards (12 Graphing Inequalities & 12

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My text sadly doesn't have a great number of opportunities for students to graph a linear inequality on a graph, without the student having to first manipulate the equation.
I wrote this worksheet to help my students with the process of graphing. Because they spend a minimum of time setting up the

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Dear teachers,
Please enjoy this activity I created for a small group in an Algebra 1 class. Included in this product you will find a worksheet for accountability (should you require that), and 8 story problems for your students to write inequalities from, name the variable, solve, and graph on a

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One Step Inequalities: These one step inequalities cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with algebra and number lines through one step inequalities. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.
One Step Inequalities Cootie Catchers Conten

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Students will have to solve inequalities in one variable as well as recognize graphs of inequalities in this fun game. It is a great way to get your students thinking and reasoning about solutions to inequalities, as well as graphs of inequalities. This resource provides two copies of each game bo

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