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Have your students practice matching linear inequalities to graphs with this fun, self-checking coloring activity. Students determine the inequality that matches each graph and then color the pieces accordingly. Students must attend to precision, as several inequalities are similar - there are even

This Graphing Inequalities in Two Variables activity requires students to match linear inequalities in Standard form to their solution set graphs.
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This activity includes 16 linear inequalities and 20 graphs (4 of which are extras to prevent student guessing). Students will cut out the

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Now with two options!Option 1 (pink in thumbnail): This foldable organizes four examples for graphing linear inequalities. Each inequality must first be rewritten in slope-intercept form. Each of the four examples uses a different inequality. Option 2 (blue in thumbnail): This foldable also incl

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Graphing linear inequalities just takes practice. Make the skill of graphing the solutions of a two variable linear inequality as a half-plane accessible for all students and also cut down the time it takes for you, the teacher, to grade or give immediate feedback.
Find four levels of this 12 qu

In this Systems of Linear Inequalities QR Code Activity, students find themselves inside the office of a jewelry embezzler, and must solve multiple types of inequality problems to unlock her filing cabinet and link her to the theft before time runs out!
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Students practice graphing linear inequalities, but instead of just sitting at their seats doing a worksheet, they can be up moving around the room! This self-checking scavenger hunt contains 10 problems.
Post the pages around your room in a random order. The students may start on any letter they c

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Graphing Linear Inequalities Scavenger Hunt: Students will practice graphing linear inequalities in standard form through this scavenger hunt activity. Just print and scatter the 15 problems around the room and distribute the recording worksheet to each student. Pair students up and assign them a st

Included in this set are 24 task cards on graphing linear inequalities, a student answer sheet, and an answer key. These cards are all questions that require students to graph. There are 2 types of problems. The first 12 cards ask students to graph a linear inequality using an inequality written in

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With this activity, students will practice graphing linear inequalities to obtain letters to answer the fun question at the bottom! Half of the graphs are already in slope-intercept form, but the other half must first be arranged into slope-intercept form before they can be graphed. This is a fun

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This is a foldable which reviews graphing linear inequalities.
Each flap has one problem. Students determine if the line is dashed or solid and if they shade above or below the line. In some questions students will need to solve for “y”.
This is a great foldable to include in a lesson (interac

This is a bundle on graphing linear inequalities.
Includes three (2-sided) practice pages on graphing inequalities. And one (2-sided) practice page on Writing Inequalities from the Graph.

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This is a perfect discovery lesson for graphing linear inequalities. The students will use their knowledge of graphing lines, the inequalitiy symbols and much more to discover the shading, the dotted/solid line and solutions.

6 pages. Students explore graphs of linear inequalities by working through the process of filling a truck with two types of crates.
Emphasis is placed upon learning by exploration and visualization. This lesson works well in collaborative groups and assumes a working knowledge of graphing linear EQ

This resource includes a foldable page on graphing linear inequalities (in two variables) plus detailed instructions.
Interactive Notebooks are a great way to share information with students and replace repetitive note taking. Students organize information differently in their minds when they use i

Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice graphing linear inequalities, they can learn about the life of one of the most prominent female world leaders in all of history -- Benazir Bhutto!Person Puzzles

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This worksheet provides 4 examples so that students can see what the graph of each of the four inequalities will look like. I used this in my 8th grade algebra 1 honors class. This worksheet/ carfeully chosen examples make the content easy to understand.
I have typed the exact examples in a PPT,

This activity is designed to help students with graphing inequalities. This activity also gets students up and about.
This is a level 2 activity. This means that all inequalities need to be rewritten to slope-intercept form before graphing.
Place the 10 cards on the wall around your room. Students

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Guided Notes for Graphing Linear Inequalities
Step by step for graphing in two variables and solving word problems.
For a discounted bundle of notes for Systems of Equations and Linear Inequalities:
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Systems-of-Equations-and-Inequalities-Notes-Bundle-1

This is a great introduction to graphing linear inequalities. Students will see the difference in the graphs for each inequality symbol.
***IMPORTANT!***
To print, choose option to print double-sided on SHORT side. Do NOT choose option to fit or shrink to page.

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This is a tri-fold foldable that meets in the middle. On the left side are guided notes explaining the process for graphing linear inequalities using the x and y intercepts. On the right side are the steps for graphing inequalities using a TI-84 calculator. It helps to have the updated firmware f

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Graphing Linear Inequalities Drag & Drop Matching Activity with GOOGLE® SlidesThis fun Algebra activity makes graphing linear inequalities challenging and truly engaging. Each slide has movable pieces so students become an integral part of the learning experience. There are 14 problems on

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Graphing Linear Inequalities Practice Worksheet (16 problems)
8 problems: Given a linear inequality written in slope-intercept form, students will identify the slope and y-intercept and graph the inequality.
8 problems: Given a linear inequality written in standard form, students will write the in

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These notes can help introduce and practice graphing linear inequalities. Included are directions for graphing and examples of: graphing inequalities, writing inequalities given a graph and word problems. These are formatted for interactive notebooks and even include areas to "doodle."
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Give your students choice while working with inequalities!
Student choose a side of the line based on options (i.e. chocolate chip cookies vs. peanut butter cookies), then they have to identify the inequality that they have created.
There are seven problems to get students thinking about identif

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