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A great review or warm-up activity to help students organize their understanding of absolute value inequalities and how they are represented on the number line, and how the final answers are written. Students work to form 6 sets of 4 cards. All values are based on 2 or -2 forcing students to concent

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Solving and graphing absolute value inequalities can be a challenging concept for algebra students to understand. This card sort can help students see the "big picture" by breaking down the steps involved in the process.
Students will identify each inequality as either a conjunction or disjunction

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Students cut out the cards and place them in the appropriate place in the table to match the description, inequality, graph, and possible solutions.
Teachers can use the letters assigned to each card as a quick way to verify the correct placement of the cards.
The 3 pages of this download includ

This two-variable linear inequalities card sort was created to help my students practice Common Core style matching and problem solving with linear inequalities.
The first sheet of cards (Set A) contains linear inequalities where students should isolate y and then match these to the correct slope

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This Systems of Linear Inequalities Card Sort Activity tests student knowledge on matching verbal descriptions of linear inequalities with their respective graphs, systems of inequalities (in standard form), and interpretation of solutions. Within the Card Sort Activity there are 4 categories of car

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Sorting images, algebraic representations, word explanations, and diagrams to identify expressions, equations, and inequalities - Practice / Review:
This activity will help your students practice differentiating between expressions, equations, and inequalities based on a variety of different given

In this activity, students will sort the solution, number line, and written description into the correct inequality pocket. There are 18 cards that will be sorted into the pockets. An answer key is included.
This activity could be used as an alternative assessment, a partner activity, or as a rev

Also included in: Equations and Inequalities Activity Bundle

This activity has 12 cards on solving one-step inequalities. Students will need to glue the cards according to the next step in solving the one-step inequalities. This is a great activity that has students thinking about the next step in solving a problem. The last column is for students to check th

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Trying to give your students practice solving and graphing one-step inequalities?
This card sort provides 8 sets of problems, each with the inequality, its solution, and the graph of the solution. Simply cut into sets to allow pairs/groups of students to discuss then match together.

This activity has 16 cards on solving two-step inequalities. Students will need to glue the cards according to the next step in solving the two-step inequalities. This is a great activity that has students thinking about the next step in solving a problem. The last column is for students to check th

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This Inequalities Sorting Activity is a great way to assess students’ abilities to solve inequalities, including those with absolute value.
Two versions are provided:
Cut and Sort – Students can cut out (or tear off) the inequalities and sort them into the solution chart provided. All pieces ar

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Also included in: End of Year: Algebra I Activities Bundle

This activity has 20 cards on solving 4 multi-step inequalities. Students will need to glue the cards according to the next step in solving the multi-step inequality. This is a great activity that has students thinking about the next step in solving a problem. This activity works well in groups of 2

This product is a card sorting activity. It contains 20 cards, and 10 matching pairs of absolute value inequality problems.
There is a nice mix of cognitive demand in the problems. My students work in groups of two to find the 10 matches.
I invite each group to the document camera to put up one

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This card sort activity provides students with practice in identifying when inequalities are compound "and's," compound "or's" or just regular inequalities. Students gain additional practice in solving, graphing, and writing the solution set for each of the three types of inequalities. For further

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Directions: Students will match the two columns of cards together correctly. Activity can be completed individually, in pairs or groups.
Example: Set includes 8 problems.

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This lesson unit is intended to help you assess how well students are able to use variables to represent quantities in a real-world or mathematical problem, and construct simple equations and inequalities to solve problems by reasoning about the quantities. Students should also be able to solve word

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Multi-Step Inequality Card Sort. There are 32 cards. 8 story cards, 8 algebraic inequality problems, 8 inequality solutions, and 8 graphic solutions. Students will sort the cards into 8 sets. There is a solution page and work space for students to complete.

Bring inquiry-based learning to your Algebra classroom with this scaffolded card sort! Students will have the opportunity to explore graphing inequalities on a number line through patterns and will end with a firm conceptual understanding of the topic. This activity is designed to replace traditiona

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This is an online activity through Desmos. Students will need a Chromebook, laptop, or tablet to participate.Students sort cards into groups matching the inequality with its graph, interval notation, and/or a verbal description. The goal is to get students to connect the different representations.Th

This Compound Inequalities card sort activity requires students to solve compound inequalities (“and” & “or”) and match them to the correct solution and number line.
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This activity includes 16 compound inequalities, solutions, and number lines. Students will cut out the solutions &a

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Also included in: Solving & Graphing Inequalities Bundle

This card sort may be used in two ways:
-match a solved inequality to its graph.
-solve a one or two step inequality, match it to the solved form, then match that to the graph.
Students will use an outline/work mat which can easily be inserted into an interactive notebook.
Card sorts are a wonderf

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Also included in: Inequalities Bundle (Solving & Graphing)

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Triangle Theorems & Properties - Practice / Review:
This sorting activity will help your students practice using properties of triangles. They will classify each triangle as equilateral, isosceles, scalene, or impossible using cards with a mix of given information (diagrams, side lengths, angl

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This card sort activity requires students to use the Triangle Inequality Theorem, Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem, and Pythagorean Inequality Theorems to classify triangles as Acute, Obtuse, Right, or Not a Triangle when given 3 side lengths.How It WorksStudents will cut out the 20 boxes and the

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Also included in: Right Triangles & Trigonometry Activity Bundle

In this card sorting activity students sort and match cards to practice and learn about linear inequalities, their graphs and solutions. This product includes a set of 48 cards that will help students make connections between linear inequalities and their graphs.
There are 24 inequality cards, 24 g

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