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The maze in this packet will help students practice solving basic inequality problems.
Students move from one side of the puzzle to the other by solving each inequality.
A worksheet is also included that students can use to practice graphing the inequalities. This is optional – you do not have to

Also included in: Algebra Bundle of Mazes (Slope, Equations of Lines, Radicals, Factoring)

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Great practice, challenging, and great for differentiation.
In this self-checking activity students will have to identify linear inequalities from a graph to work their way through a maze.
Not all boxes are used in the maze to prevent students from just figuring out the correct route. Students

Students are expected to graph the given system of linear inequalities. They will determine which ordered pair could be a solution, and follow the path through the correct answers.
This file contains ONE maze of systems of linear inequalities in slope-intercept form.
SOLUTIONS INCLUDED!
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Graphing One-Step One-Variable Inequalities Maze
This activity will strengthen and challenge your students’ skills in graphing one-step one-variable inequalities involving greater than, less than, greater than or equal to, and less than or equal to.
Students are tasked with observing one-step one-

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Students are expected to graph the given linear inequality. They will determine which ordered pair could be a solution, and follow the path through the correct answers.
This file includes THREE mazes.
* The first maze contains linear inequalities in slope-intercept form.
* The second maze cont

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Students are expected to graph the given linear inequality. They will determine which ordered pair could be a solution, and follow the path through the correct answers.
This file includes TWO mazes. The first maze contains linear inequalities in slope-intercept form. The second maze contains lin

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Graphing Basic One-Variable Inequalities Maze
This activity will strengthen and challenge your students’ skills in graphing basic one-variable inequalities involving greater than, less than, greater than or equal to, and less than or equal to.
Students are tasked with observing basic one-variable

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**This worksheet is part of the Inequalities Bundle **
** If you are already a funsheets4math.com subscriber, you already have access to this and over 400+ worksheets. **
** Worksheets are copyright material and are intended for use in the classroom only. Purchased worksheets may NOT be posted on

This Algebra 1 resource allows students to practice writing linear inequalities in an interactive format. It switches between testing students' knowledge of slope/ y-intercept, solid/dotted lines, and shading.
This resource provides scaffolded answer sheets for students: The first (p.2-3) is a

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6th Grade Math Curriculum Common Core BUNDLE!! In this BUNDLE there are over 80 different math resources that are NOT just worksheets for your 6th grade (or even 5th or 7th!) math classroom! All of these activities are easily adaptable for the 21st Century classroom and lend themselves PERFECTLY

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This activity will get your students out of their seats and working cooperatively in small groups. They will use their knowledge of graphing systems of equations and inequalities in order to solve problems. This file contains problems in both slope-intercept and standard form!
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Also included in: Maze Review Game Bundle

EQUATIONS & INEQUALITIES Unit Resource BUNDLE (Task Cards, Error Analysis, Problem Solving Graphic Organizers, Notes, Homework Practice, Maze, Riddle, Coloring Page
This BUNDLE includes 40 task cards, 10 error analysis activities, 10 problem solving graphic organizers, 6 homework practice works

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Christmas Break is Coming! Challenge your students with these HOHOHOLIDAY Puzzles for Algebra / Math
Whether your students need to practice a newly acquired skill or they need to sharpen a skill they previously mastered, this set of handouts will engage your students during this season of reindeer

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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.Save mon

You know it's true: To some kids, equations and inequalities look like a foreign language! So what do you do to enhance your lesson? How do you supplement the dry, dull textbook? With these 40 pages, you will have plenty of extra resources to enhance, supplement, and remediate.
Make an introduct

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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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Here are two fun maze activities for your students to use to practice graphing and solving inequalities! Each one is fun and challenging! Students will love solving or graphing each inequality, and coloring the path to get them to the end! You might also like my Graphing Inequalities Notebook Broc

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Great practice, challenging, and great for differentiation. Paperless and No Prep for you!
In this self-checking activity for Google® slides students will identify linear inequalities from a graph to work their way through a maze. Students may have to rewrite some inequalities from a standard

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Also included in: Algebra 2 Bundle of 20 Activities for GOOGLE Slides™ for Algebra 2 Curriculum

This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Write an inequality from a graph". Students would need to have a mastery of graphing inequalities. This maze checks their understanding of:
- Direction of the graph and its relation to the inequality (< vs. >)
- the use of open/c

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This is an entire unit of material for graphing linear equations, covering:
*slope / rate of change
*slope-intercept
*point-slope
*standard form
*intercepts
*parallel and perpendicular lines
*scatter plots
*word problems
Please click the PREVIEW button to see more details about what you get! It in

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★A different Approach to Spring Break Packet ★
This is a fun way to keep students engaged and "Algebraically Active" during their Spring Break. This spring break packet consists of SELECTED mazes from my store of concepts that are already learned in Algebra I.
You may choose to assign all mazes

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Students will be up and moving in this 10-station activity. Students will solve ten problems requiring them to analyze and match graphs and inequalities.

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Geometry and Algebra 2 Stations Maze Bundle
This bundle contains the following 32 stations maze activities to use throughout high school geometry and algebra 2 classes.
Geometry
1) Angles in Triangles Stations Maze
2) Angles of Depression and Elevation Stations Maze
3) Area and Perimeter Stations

This 3-Dimensional maze is a great follow up to the a-Mazing Mazes: Combining Like Terms with Integer Coefficients. Unlike most mazes where additional paper is required, this maze provides space to show work! More importantly, the nature of the incorrect answers allows students to self correct, pr

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