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Spice up your warm-up time by using a "4-Corners" strategy. Using 4 different sets of similar problems, students work individually on a brief set of problems (students don't realize that there are 4 different versions of the problems yet!) Then, after a few minutes of independent work, send studen

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This is a short video that shows students an alternative way of getting rid of the negative coefficient when solving an inequality problem. This method will ensure that students never forget to reverse the inequality symbol. This video is great for English learners because there are no words to read

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Help your visual learners remember the rule that requires you to flip an inequality when multiplying or dividing by a negative.
* Includes an 8x10 class poster in jpg and pdf
* includes student handout size (perfect for interactive notebooks)

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Deductive Algebra (Beta 51 Lesson DRAFT):
Unit 5, Lesson 3: Solve Inequalities with Negative Division
This is a lesson draft linked to online practice (mcpeak.co). When the final version of this lesson is released with online solutions, those resources will be automatically available as a free upda

This product will help students discover and understand why you need to flip the inequality symbol when you multiply or divide by a negative coefficient. Students remember the rules better when they understand why we have rules!

➤ COLORED Guided Notes for easy snip-and-paste on interactive whiteboards ● Unique mazes, unique progressions, unique activities, and more!➤ Keys WITH WORK SHOWN can be used for ● Individualized Education Plans ●Absenteeism ● Parental requests! ➤ See "Related Curriculum" below!These Solving Inequa

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Also included in: Solving Two-Step Equations and Inequalities Bundle: Flowing Progressions!

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•Help students solve inequalities that have negative coefficients.
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•Blank note sheet for your own examples (great so students can’t work ahead)
•Notes with my examples and answer key

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The one page document provides notes on solving inequalties with negative co-efficients. It has step-by-step instructions.

Solving problems. Inequalities Negative & Positive Coefficients.

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Bring 6th grade math vocabulary to life with these easy-to-use word wall cards and interactive notebook inserts. Vocabulary from every 6th grade math standard is covered. The word wall cards are color-coded and cross-referenced. The INB inserts have detailed information and illustrated examples. Tog

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Also included in: Grades 5-8 Math Word Wall & Interactive Notebook Inserts Bundle

This set includes 2 pages for interactive notes, five worksheets, and three exit slips.
Note pages: Students explore and discover the rule of multiplying and dividing an inequality by a negative number
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Each worksheet has problems for which students solve, graph, check thei

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Also included in: Inequalities Bundle (Writing, Solving and Graphing)

Solving inequalities scaffolded booklet.
About this resource :
This booklet guides your students through solving two-step inequalities. Inequalities with positive and negative coefficients are covered.
Booklet arrangement :
* Cover Page
* Solving Inequalities {with Positive Coefficients} Note

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Valentine's Day Hearts Coloring Activity - One-Step Inequalities (Two Options)
Choose from one-step inequalities with ONLY positive numbers, or one-step inequalities with integers.
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This product includes two pages of interactive notes on solving inequalities involving multiplication and division with a negative coefficient. The first page of notes has students explore what happens to integers when they are multiplied by a negative number. Students are asked to fill in the corre

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A matching activity that requires students to solve an inequality, find the solution and choose the correct graph.
Some of the two step inequalities have negative coefficients to challenge the students to reverse the inequality sign in order to get the solution.
Great for skill practice or review!

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This is a two page pdf document that can be used as guided notes or as a practice worksheet. It has 20 sample problems of increasing difficulty and emphasizes dividing inequalities by a negative and also graphing inequalities using open or closed dots. The answer sheet is included
Here are some o

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Get your students actively engaged in completing inequalities with negative numbers with this fun Connect 5 game! This makes a great activity for students to play after a lesson, during math centers, or for review. Kids will have a blast strategizing and blocking each other!
Students play in grou

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48 Algebra favorites from MathyCathy's store address algebra and pre-algebra concepts.
Focusing on student engagement, communication, and formative assessment, these resources are sure to "up-level" your students' mathematical experiences. Designed with my students in mind, these are classroom-t

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This is a game where students will play in groups of 2-4. They will play this game similar to Old Maid. In this set students will use addition and subtraction of inequalities. **Negative numbers are used. There are 40 cards making 20 pairs and a full page of Odd Man Out Cards.
I hope your students

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This is a game where students will play in groups of 2-4. They will play this game similar to Old Maid. In this set students will use multiplication and division of inequalities. **Negative numbers are used. There are 40 cards making 20 pairs and a full page of Odd Man Out Cards.
I hope your stude

Create a few Pi Day smiles with this solving multi-step inequalities practice. Pi Day themed answer message spices up regular practice and makes grading a snap!
The Pi Day Twist:
Students solve 15 random inequalities (out of 26) before receiving the Pi Day Card. Students use answers to decode the

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This is a complete bundled lesson. It involves solving two-step inequalities with negatives on both sides. Students will solve and graph the problems. The Powerpoint is 45 slides. Fifteen slides go along with the guided notes. Students have a flashback and an exit slip. They will do whole class

Short assignment that allows students to discover the effect of Multiplying or Dividing and Inequality with Negative Numbers.
Students will SEE the flip, then apply what they learned with a few practice problems.

Inequality Invasion (Negative Number Edition) is a board game that helps students practice solving one-step and two-step inequalities. This version of the game includes inequalities with negative numbers. Students must solve inequalities to help them move around the game board. Landing on a "Test Yo

Also included in: Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities Board Game Bundle

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