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There are 8 stations for students go to during a class period. I would suggest 7 to 8 minutes be allotted for each station. The stations each include at least one word problem. Questions at the stations include solving one-step inequalities. graphing inequalities. finding errors when solving one-

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State if the three numbers can be the measures of the sides of a triangle
Find the range of possible measure for the third side
Order the angles in each triangle from smallest to largest (given diagram)
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This set of stations allows students to practice 6th Grade Equation and Inequality standards. It aligns perfectly with my 6th Grade Equations and Inequalities Curriculum Unit.
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Station 1 – Identifying Equations
Station 2 – Writing Expressions and Equations

Two-Step Equations and Inequalities Stations Maze
Students will solve two-step equations and inequalities. Some of the stations include fractions. All of the answers are integers. There are 11 stations.
This activity can be completed individually or in pairs. A student answer sheet is included.

Students will solve problems rational inequalities. Some of the problems need to be simplified before solving. Some of the stations require answers in interval notation and the others give the answers on a number line. There are 10 stations.
This activity can be completed individually or in pair

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Students walk around the room in small groups and complete 5 steps to solve an inequality problem. Step #5 is an interactive step (jumping jacks, etc.)

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Students need lots of practice with solving one-step inequalities and this resources give you lots of practice. There are 6 different stations to practice solving inequalities. Word problems, inequality situations, decimals, and fractions are included.
There are two version included: One with nega

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Also included in: One Step Inequalities Notes and Stations BUNDLE

This is a stations activity with a twist. Students use their answer from their current station to determine their next station.
Students will practice solving systems of linear inequalities graphically. Station cards are included to post around the room as well as an answer key for the teacher a

These stations will help students to practice solving and graphing inequalities. This is a great group activity to have them spread out around the room and have students rotate from station to station. There are some inequalities that have all real numbers as the solution, as well as some with no so

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These inequality math stations are perfect to help your students make sense of solving and graphing inequalities. Students will solve, graph, create, interpret, match, and write inequalities. These inequalities include rational numbers, but do NOT include compound inequalities. This product inclu

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This is a two-day Algebra 1 Common Core Review on Systems of Linear Equations & Inequalities. Students will work through 6 Stations over 2 days in class to review the Systems Unit. The 6 stations include:
1) Graphing Systems of Linear Equations
2) Solving Systems of Linear Equations using Subs

Students will solve absolute value inequalities. Some of the stations include fractions. Some of the questions ask for answers on a number line, interval notation, or inequality notation. You have the option to choose all inequality notation, or some interval notation and some inequality notation

Also included in: Absolute Value Equations Activity Bundle

Students will solve various problems with compound inequalities. Some of the problems give answers on a number line and some show the inequality. There are 11 stations.
This activity can be completed individually or in pairs. A student answer sheet is included. Two versions of the maze are incl

Also included in: Equations and Inequalities Activity Bundle

This is a wonderful collaborative activity to practice solving two step one variable inequalities. Groups will work together to solve 2 inequalities and graph the solutions at each station. Correct groups receive a piece of the 9 piece puzzle. When all 9 stations have been solved, groups will sol

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With this product, students will have fun solving inequalities of various difficulty with five different engaging and motivating stations (centers) that will engage even the most reluctant learner. By the end of the activity, students will have completed 40 practice items and they won't even realiz

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In this activity, students will practice graphing linear inequalities and absolute value inequalities. There are 13 different graphs for students to do and a worksheet for them to record all their graphs. Students will need to be able to simplify some of the inequalities before they are ready to g

Stations mazes are one of my favorite activities because they get students up and moving around the room. Sure, there might be some moaning and groaning but at the end of the day, they'll appreciate not sitting and doing a worksheet. Station Mazes also encourage students to check their work carefull

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Includes a student answer sheet, problems for each station, and solutions. The students will have a choice out of 4 problems to complete for each station - there are 5 total stations. This activity gives the students a chance to "pick" the problems that they want to complete. Each station contain

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8 stations-8 problems at each station!Students can complete 1 or 2 problems at each station!There is also an addition option for students to show interval notation with their answers and graph!* Station A: Solving 2-Step Inequalities* Station B: Solving 2-Step Inequalities with Distribution.* Stat

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Station 1- students will be graphing inequalities on the number line & write 1 inequality from a story problem
Station 2- students will be matching the inequality with the number line graph & write 1 inequality story problem
Station 3- students will write the inequality from a graph on a

There are 15 stations quizzing students on solving linear inequalities (including compound inequalities and absolute value inequalities). Each station is multiple choice, and each choice directs a student to a different station. If students end up back at a station they have already visited (witho

Great practice resource for inequality review. Perfect for independent practice, stations, math centers, or even as an assessment at the end of a unit. There are 8 stations with a total of 16 questions covering writing inequalities, graphing inequalities, solving inequalities, and testing solution

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8 different stations that has students graph, solve, and write their own inequalities. Stations range from those approaching grade-level to those beyond grade level. 2 stations per sheet. Includes word problems, as well.
I allow students to work in pairs during this activity. I hang each statio

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8 stations-8 problems at each station!Students choose 2 problems at each station to complete!There is also an addition option for students to show interval notation with their answers and graph!You can also choose to do just one problem per station and a separate student answer sheet is included if

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Also included in: Station Activities Bundle!

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