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Two-Step Inequalities Coloring ActivityThis is a fun way for students to practice solving two-step inequalities. There are 20 problems total, separated into two columns. Students solve each inequality, then look for matching answers between the columns. They color the "I ♥ Math" picture according

Included in this set are 30 task cards on solving one step inequalities, a student answer sheet, and an answer key. These cards are all short answer questions. There are 3 types of problems. The first 10 cards ask students to solve a one-step inequality. Cards 11-20 ask students to write an inequal

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This is a coloring activity for two sets of 10 problems on solving and graphing one-step inequalities.
Posted: 9/9/15 so 50% off through 9/12/15
Posted: New Design 2/5/17

Divide students into into groups of 2-3 (can be done individually, or in larger groups, but 2-3 is what I recommend). Each group will need page 1 and half of page 2 (the dice on page 2 are the same – these can be cut apart before hand). They should also receive at least one recording sheet. Students

This worksheet includes questions on writing, graphing, and solving one-step inequalities. Students need to translate verbal phrases, including one word problem; graph inequalities on the number line; write inequalities given a graph; and solve one-step inequalities involving addition, subtraction,

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25 carefully thought out problems on solving one and two step inequalities. The problems start off easy and slowly work their way to more difficult problems. I also offer a solving multistep inequalities worksheet.
Each question corresponds to a matching answer that gets colored in to form a symme

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This activity gives students the opportunity to practice solving one-step inequalities in one variable! Learners will work through the problems on their worksheet and then color the accompanying picture based on their answers.
There are a total of 12 questions and their solutions are either writte

Doodle notes make note-taking a fun process. Students can color, doodle, and highlight key information during the lesson while staying on task. These can also be used as a companion to traditional notes to get students to recall important information after the lesson or to prepare for a test.
This

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One-Step Inequalities
This product includes guided notes, worksheets, exit slips and an assessment for one-step inequalities. Below is a brief description for each resource.
Guided Notes
There are two small pages of interactive notes that focus on the property of equality for addition, subtract

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A fun way to help students reinforce the skill of solving one-step inequalities. Students cut out the geometric shapes, solve each inequality, and match the inequality with the solution. The puzzle pieces could be laminated for repeated use or students could glue to a sheet of paper and color the

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Do you want to spice up your Algebra class? Are your students struggling with solving one-step inequalities? This activity is for you! Your students must color code each problem with the step that is necessary to solve the inequality. For example, if you need to multiply to solve, the problem needs

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This highly engaging activity pack includes four different resources on one-step inequalities. Use this pack to let your students choose how they show mastery of a skill. -OR- Use all four resources in center/station rotations!
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• A graphic organizer
• A 10 problem coloring page

Solving One-Step Inequalities - Practice / Review:
This risk-taking strategy game of conquering territories offers a fun way to practice math skills. This version has cards for solving one step inequalities.
**This is part of a discounted bundled set: Conquest Game - Algebra Set 2 - Solving Inequ

These are two foldables to help students learn how to solve one-step inequalities by adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.
Option to print out in B&W or colors
Includes Teacher Notes

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Also included in: Solving One-Step Equations and Inequalities UNIT 2 PRE-ALGEBRA Foldables Bundle

Students solve 1-step inequalities in this activity that doubles as classroom decor. Some inequalities include fractions and/or require students to flip the inequality sign to solve. Once a pennant is complete, it can be hung along a string in your classroom to show the world that, "Hey, we know how

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Also included in: Algebra Pennants Bundle

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 three different cut-and-paste activities focused on solving one-step inequalities in order to give you more options in the classroom and help with differentiation. While negative integers are used in the activities, there are no inequalities where the sign must be flipped due

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Students will solve 10 inequalities (including negatives) and match each solution to the correct graph.
Once they find the correct graph is identified, students will be able to correctly color the Valentines Day coloring page! :)

This fun and engaging resource is a great way to review two-step inequalities.
★WHAT'S INCLUDED:★
• A 10 problem worksheet
• coloring page
• an answer key
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• colored pencils, markers, or crayons
★ADDITONAL TWO-STEP INEQUALITIES RESOURCES:★★THIS RESOURCE IS ALSO IN:★• Activity

5 ACTIVITIES IN 1!!!!!
Card Sort
Students cut apart the cards and match each real word situation to the corresponding inequality symbol. This can be done in two ways.
As a station activity: Print the blank board, and laminate the cards.
As an independent activity: Print a page for each studen

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This is a coloring activity for a set of 12 problems on solving one-step inequalities and graphing the solutions. There are two different coloring activities on this topic.
Posted: 5/10/16 so 50% off through 5/13/16

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