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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 great flippable/foldable for any interactive math journal. As easy as graphing inequalities on a number line is, students struggle with remembering the rules. This foldable will simplify the process and ensure that they are graphing professionals in no time at all. This is definitely most

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This packet includes a foldable for graphing inequalities and two worksheets to practice this skill. One worksheet covers one-step equations, and the other worksheet covers two-step equations so that you may choose to use one or both.
I have included keys for the foldable and both worksheets.
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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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Ready for students to start practice graphing inequalities on a number line? This resource is a great starter activity. It has integer problems from -9 through 9, only. Students will see the problems with the variable before and after the sign. Add a riddle to the activity as a self check! The stude

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I love that when I use these students are able to graph an inequality on a number line with ease. This ready-to-use set of foldable notes and practice engage students in the graphing of inequalities on a number line. Practice problems included for after notes are completed. Includes notes for tea

Notes teaching students how to go to/from an algebraic inequality to/from a verbal expression to/from a graph on a number line. The notes also contain examples of finding numbers that are in and not in the solution set from the graph, the verbal expression, and the algebraic inequality. The beginnin

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Assignment testing knowledge of how to go to/from an algebraic inequality to/from a verbal expression and to/from a graph on a number line. The assignment also contains examples of finding numbers that are in and not in the solution set from the graph, the verbal expression, and the algebraic inequa

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The How to Graph Inequalities on a Number Line is an 8 1/2 x 11, one page document. It may be printed as is or shrunk down as a visual desk aid, or sent with homework.
It is clear, concise and easy to read and understand.
I use it successfully when teaching my own students.

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STEM-ersion assignments aim to immerse students in an authentic application within a STEM career. Students often ask what careers will use certain math skills and I think this is an opportunity to show them where the thinking is used! These problems aim to help students construct responses with my E

Student work in partners (you can divide how you best see fit). They identify themselves as either partner A or partner B. They then take turns solving problems. While partner A is working out the problem partner B is checking the work and coaching them along if they need help or make a mistake.

Algebra I - Solve and Graph Inequalities on a Number Line
Common Core Aligned Lesson Plan with Homework
This lesson plan includes:
-Lecture Notes (PDF, PowerPoint and SMART Notebook)
-Blank Lecture Notes (PDF and SMART Notebook)
-Homework (PDF)
-Answer Key (PDF)
You do not need to have PowerPoint

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Inequalities Fold-able, Puzzle Activity, and 24 Task Cards

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Teaches students how to use open and closed circles. Reviews <,>, ≥, ≤.
Interactive PowerPoint. Compatible with Smart boards.

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12 inequlaities including compound
greater than, less than, or equal to, and, or

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This PowerPoint shows the difference between graphing X = #, X < #, X > #, X>= # and X

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Graphing one variable inequalities using a number line

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This sheet can be used to show students how graphs differ according to the inequality.

This set of matching cards requires students to write a one step inequality from a word problem, solve the inequality, and graph their answer on a number line. There are 12 problems, each with 4 cards, for a total of 48 cards to cut out and sort.
There are no "flips" required to solve the one step

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This set of matching cards requires students to write a two step inequality from a word problem, solve the inequality, and graph their answer on a number line. There are 12 problems, each with 4 cards, for a total of 48 cards to cut out and sort.
All problems use the same numbers so students can't

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This is a power point warm-up or bell ringer activity or quick pop quiz for an Algebra 1 class. There are 10 pages of multiple choice questions. Each page gives an inequality and asks students to choose the correct number line for the inequality in a multiple choice style format. Eight of the ine

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The PPT includes 10 slides that pose a real world situation and asks students to generate the inequality described, then graph it on the number line. The following 10 slides ask students to generate an inequality based on the graphed number line. Students are prompted to come up with their own real

This set of printable Multi-Match game cards includes graphs, symbols, and various wordings (CCSS 6.EE.8). Students can play four games! Please see the PREVIEW, which downloads quickly.
FEATURES
• 36 math cards as 9 groups of four cards, one from each of four suits
• A recording sheet and answer ke

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Students will work in partners to complete a Rally Coach (Kagan Strategy) Activity solving 1-step inequalities and shading a number line appropriately.

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A TERRIFIC way for students to practice with a partner or individually solving inequalities and then matching it to the correct graph. It can be used with remedial students as well as students who are on level. This game can be used by teachers to asses students informally and check if they have ac

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No prep. No paper. No materials. Totally Digital.
Great for 1:1, BYOD, or math computer centers. Google Drive, Google Classroom, and Microsoft One Drive.
This is an interactive, digital activity that can be used as homework, classroom practice, or as an assessment. Students interact by moving, dr

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The inequalities are drawn out for students. They need to decide what the answer would be for the drawn inequality on the number line. The problems include greater than, less than, greater than or equal to and less than or equal too. They will find that answer on the answer key and write in the corr

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This activity allows students to move while working on solving inequality graphing with number lines. Students are provided a worksheet with answers to macth to the number lines hung around the room. As they wander around the room they match the number line with the answer on their sheets and record

Song about GRAPHING LINEAR INEQUALITIES ON A NUMBER
LINE . Includes lyrics, animation, and music. From SkitSoPhrenia and I Feel A Song Coming On by Cindy Boyd. I use to reinforce and reteach what I have taught. No vocals at this time. I use smilies whenever possible because all my students ide

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Song about GRAPHING ONE VARIABLE INEQUALITIES ON A NUMBER LINE. Includes lyrics, animation, and music. From SkitSoPhrenia and I Feel A Song Coming On by Cindy Boyd. I use to reinforce and reteach what I have taught. No vocals at this time. I use smilies whenever possible because all my students

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Creating a fun environment for note taking in Algebra can be hard to do. Use a method that encourages right side and left side of the brain activity! I have students take notes during class in a fun method. Allow students to activate both sides of the brain by doodling while taking notes. This note

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This colorful interactive foldable is a terrific reference for students when they are learning to graph inequalities.
A key is provided so doing the teacher guided lesson is a snap!
Important key concepts are: Which symbol to use, how the inequality is read, what the graph should look like on a

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This just a basic inequalities worksheet where the kids write it and graph it on a number line.

This HUGE (over 300 pages) Algebra bundle contains a full-year of scaffolded notes, interactive notebook activities, and quick checks for understanding for 11 units of study and two mini-units, perfect for Algebra 1 students. There are over 150 scaffolded note activities that contain sample teacher

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These inequalities math stations allow students to take a cooperative and hands on approach to practicing solving and graphing inequalities. Hint cards are also included. You can decide whether or not you give the hint cards to students as they work through the stations.
Stat

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This is a set of 125 Powerpoint Presentations for High School Math. They are designed to teach the topics, by offering clear explanations. Also they could be used by students in school on an individual basis for revision.
CRAZY PRICE. This sells to schools for massively more. This low price is f

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Here is a 58 Practice Guide for the 6th Grade Math VA SOL Test
There are a variety of questions for every SOL Standard. This is great for SOL Practice or as an Assessment to see how well the students know the required standards. This could be used as homework, intervention work, math center review,

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 worksheet includes questions on writing, graphing, and solving one-step inequalities. Students need to translate verbal phrases, including one word problem; graph inequalities on the number line; write inequalities given a graph; and solve one-step inequalities involving addition, subtraction,

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One Step Inequalities Task Cards - Task cards are excellent for classroom practice. 28 cards are included that review: solving one step inequalities, graphing inequalities on a number line, solving a word problem involving inequalities
So versatile with many options for implementation: stations,

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This is a single page PDF foldable that explains the rules for graphing inequalities on the coordinate plane. The foldable shows when to use a “dotted line” vs. a “solid line” as well as when to “shade up” or “shade down”.
The document’s design allows for it to be used as a foldable, a graphic orga

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Here is a 6th Grade Math Interactive Notebook Aligned to the VA SOLs.
Includes notes for EVERY standard!
6.1 Ratios
6.2 Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
6.3 Integers
6.4 Modeling Multiplication and Division of Fractions
6.5 Perfect Squares and Exponents
6.6 Fraction Computation
6.7 Decimal Compu

This is a great foldable for any interactive math journal and focuses on when to use an open circle or a closed circle when graphing inequalities on a number line. Because this is a tricky concept for kids to remember, this entire foldable is dedicated to this one skill. Students will take notes, la

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This quiz contains 20 basic problems involving inequalities. The three types of problems include:
*Graphing inequalities on a number line
*Writing an inequality solution based on a number line graph
*Solving one-step inequalities with whole numbers and then graphing the solution on a number line
The

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Want a fun way to assess your students understanding of intermediate school and middle school math concepts? Look no further. This bundle pack of puzzles includes 8 puzzles, one for each of the following topics:
Finding the whole from a percent
Finding the percent of a number
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This worksheet includes practice writing inequalities to represent situations (translating phrases), graphing inequalities on the number line, and writing an inequality given a graph. A key term table along with a open/closed circle, shade left/shade right table is included for students to referenc

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Eight worksheets for graphing inequalities on a number line.
Students must describe inequalities as "x is the set of all numbers greater than ____ "
Students will graph inequalities.
Students will solve one-step inequalities with addition and subtraction.
Students will write inequalities when

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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

Inequalities Shuffle Board Game
This board game is a quick way for students to practice inequalities!
Students will:
♦ Create their own inequalities
♦ Solve inequalities
♦ Analyze errors in inequalities problems
♦ Graph inequalities on number lines
♦ Find solutions for inequalities to make a stat

Want a fun way to assess your students understanding of how to graph inequalities on a number line? Look no further. This fun puzzle includes many opportunities for your students to match the inequality with its number line graph.
Directions for students are printed on the worksheet: Cut out the sq

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This awesome bundle has everything in it to make teaching the common core standard of 6.EE.8 a breeze. It includes 5 different foldables (flippables) for a math journal and a real life scenario matching task that requires students to synthesize all that they have learned.
It starts out simple with

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Practice graphing inequalities on a number line using the faces as your guide. Open circle (mouth) indicates less than or greater than. Closed circle indicates less than (or greater than) OR EQUAL TO.

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