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Do you need a fun way for students to practice solving inequalities with minimal prep? The Solving Inequalities Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classroom. Stu

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Students practice solving inequality word problems and equations, but instead of just sitting at their seats doing a worksheet, they can be up moving around the room! This is a self-checking, 10 problem scavenger hunt.
Post the pages around your room in a random order. The students may start on an

Get your students up and moving around as they review inequalities! Students will have fun moving around the room asking one another to solve problems on their grid. Not only will students have fun with this activity they will also review the variety of inequality problems. Included with your purcha

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I use relays to review a lot of different subjects in my Algebra 1 classes. This one reviews Chapter 3 of the Prentice Hall CA Algebra 1 textbook. It includes solving inequalities with multiple steps, variables on both sides, and where using the distributive property is required.
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One Step Solving Inequalities Scavenger Hunt Activity!This is a super fun classroom activity and great practice or review of One step inequalities! Students will start at any of the 12 stations throughout the classroom. Stations are marked with an animal picture and an inequality, they will solve th

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This is a 15 question scavenger hunt on solving inequalities. Problems include basic 2 step, combining like terms, and the distributive property. Problems with variables on both sides are NOT included in the activity. Students must remember to flip the inequality symbol when multiplying/dividing by

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In this activity, have students work individually or in pairs to complete 20 problems. Hang each sheet around the room/hall and have students complete a problem. Then, students must search for their solution on another sheet.
This is a great way to get students moving and working on math.
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Students will solve 1-step inequalities and complete a 10 problem scavenger hunt around the room.

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This 15 question scavenger hunt covers solving multi-step inequalities including variables on both sides. A few problems and solutions contain fractions. There is one no solution and one infinite solution. Students can start at any card. They will solve the problem in the center and then find their

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Students practice graphing linear inequalities, but instead of just sitting at their seats doing a worksheet, they can be up moving around the room! This self-checking scavenger hunt contains 10 problems.
Post the pages around your room in a random order. The students may start on any letter they c

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This game includes: 7 pages of solving one step inequality questions (14 questions), student recording sheet, and an answer key. Students will move around the classroom finding the answer that matches their inequalities.
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1) Cut each question page in half to separate the question boxes. Yo

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Also included in: Scavenger Hunt Activity Bundle (19 Included!)

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This is a great activity for a test review on Solving Inequalities that gets the students up and working cooperatively to practice their skills. Students will complete 22 inequalities to complete the entire scavenger hunt circuit. Problems range from one-step to multi-step with

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This game includes: 7 pages of solving two-step inequality questions, student recording sheet, and an answer key. Students will practice solving 2-step inequalities with partners (or a group of other students) and will move around the classroom to do so.
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1) Cut each question page in half t

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Also included in: Scavenger Hunt Activity Bundle (19 Included!)

This is a scavenger hunt to use for classwork/review for a lesson on on Compound Inequalities. Inequalities take from 1 - 3 steps to complete and there are no fraction answers.
A directions sheet, answer key, and student answer blank sheet are provided for easy implementation! (The student answer s

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Scavenger hunts are great because they get students up and moving around the room. They also encourage students to check their work carefully since an incorrect answer will leave them stuck at a dead end. Successfully completing the scavenger hunt requires students to slow down and check their work.

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This packet includes two (2) versions of the Linear Inequalities Scavenger Hunt activity - a total of 24 cards. By having two sets of cards with 12 problems each, your students will have a couple of opportunities to learn and have fun while solving Linear Inequalities. Who likes sitting around for t

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This 12- question scavenger hunt provides students with practice solving systems of linear inequalities by graphing. Note: All questions are already in slope-intercept form!
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• 12 pages/ 12 questions to be posted around the classroom
• Student Recording Sheet & Answer Key
• Di

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Students practice solving one step inequalities involving addition and subtraction while having fun! Instead of just sitting at their seats doing a worksheet, they can be up moving around the room! This self-checking scavenger hunt consists of 13 problems that require students to solve a one step

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This engaging and colorful activity includes 12 scavenger hunt questions, instructions, activity sheets, and an answer key. The questions include solving word problems with two-step equations, graphing inequalities, writing inequalities from words, and solving one-step inequalities. This scavenger

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This 14 question scavenger hunt is a great way to have students practice solving multi-step inequalities (two-step, distributive property, variables on one side, and variables on both sides). Because students have to find their answer around the room before they can move on to the next problem, the

This activity will help students practice solving 20 absolute value inequalities. There is a mix of the difficulty level of the questions, with easy ones spread throughout so students won’t get discouraged.
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One & two operations inside and outside absolute value
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Nine different problems allow students to practice solving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division inequalities. Once the problem is solved, students match the correct answer with a letter to answer the riddle. Great for extra practice, review, or test prep activity.
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I use Scavenger Hunts to review a lot of different subjects in my classes. This one reviews solving absolute value inequalities. It has 18 problems of varying difficulty.
Students have fun with Scavenger Hunts. They try hard to find the correct answer so their team can finish first!
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This product contains 12 task cards that require students to solve inequalities. Students have to choose the correct one of four numbers that satisfies the inequality. This requires students to actually understand the meaning of the inequality symbol.
Example: Students solve and get a solution

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