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Inequality problems are made slightly novel with the element of hangman. Students practice solving multi-step inequalities with this hangman activity/worksheet. A built-in message makes grading the practice (and also giving students feedback as they work) a snap!
Different levels with the same fo

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Your students will love practicing solving multi-step inequalities with this hands-on activity. This puzzle features 18 practice problems for solving inequalities, including distributive property, combining like terms, using multiplication and division properties of equality and understanding when t

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Students solve Multi-step Inequalities in order to find the correct path from the start to the end. They will complete 9 out of 11 problems if they follow the correct path.
There are inequalities involving integers, decimals, the distributive property and variables on both sides. In addition, there

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This is a coloring activity for tw0 sets of 10 problems on solving multi-step inequalities or on solving multi-step equations. This will allow it to be used in an Algebra 1 class and a Geometry class for those of you that teach both subjects.
Posted: 9/13/15 so 50% off through 9/16/15

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This foldable organizes 6 practice problems & notes for solving multi- step inequalities with...
• variables on one side
• variables on both sides
PERFECT for interactive math notebooks. Works great during whole group/ guided instruction, as a centers activity, class work assignment, or even

Also included in: INEQUALITIES Foldables for Interactive Notebooks

Solve Multi-Step Inequalities Test
20 Questions.
It contains the following questions:
What is the first step you would use to solve the inequality?
Match the verbal sentence with the inequality.
Solve inequality. Graph your solution.
My Quizzes: 4th Grade Word Problems Quiz (10 Q)
Equations an

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This foldable organizes a total of 8 examples for solving multi-step inequalities. The problems are broken down into the following four tabs:
1. Variables on One-Side
2. Variables on Both Sides
3. Fractional Inequalities
4. "Special Cases" (No Solution/ Identity)
A detailed answer key is provi

Also included in: INEQUALITIES Foldables for Interactive Notebooks

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Inequalities with Variables on Both Sides - Practice Solving Multi-Step Inequalities:
This risk-taking strategy game of conquering territories offers a fun way to practice math skills. This version has cards for solving multi-step inequalities with variables on both sides.
**This is part of a dis

I am very happy to share this power-point presentation covering the lesson on Solving Multi-Step Inequalities.
* Students learn the basics regarding inequalities with more than one operation.
* Next, students advance to solving inequalities using the distributive property and collecti

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This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Solve Multi-Step Inequalities" (Requires combining like terms & using the distributive property). There are 15 inequalities provided. From start to end, the student will be able to answer 14 questions out of the 15 provided to get to the en

Matchy Math plays like the old game show Classic Concentration. You will select doors and make matches in order to reveal pieces of a rebus puzzle. Think: a picture of a key + P represents the word keep.
This game will match two-step inequalities and multi-step inequalities with their solutions.

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Students will practice solving multi-step inequalities through a matching activity in the form of a jigsaw puzzle. Students are to cut out all the puzzle pieces which contain answers to the inequalities. They then match and paste these pieces to the corresponding boxes.
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This is a cut and paste puzzle on solving inequalities. Students should cut apart the 16 squares and solve the inequalities on the outsides. The corresponding problem and answer should be taped together.
The completed puzzle with be a 4 x 4 square that spells out "SHOW WORK PASS MATH" on the inside

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This is a lesson that I made for my Algebra 1 classes to show them how to solve inequalities that have multiple steps in one variable. It shows the graphs on some of the problems also. It was designed to correspond with Section 3.4 of the Prentice Hall California Algebra 1 Textbook, but could be u

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Would your students benefit from improving their critical thinking and conversation skills in the classroom? These error analysis task cards will help foster growth in those areas by helping them identify mistakes and work collaboratively with each other.This resource includes: 10 multi-step inequa

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This 12- question scavenger hunt provides students with practice solving multi- step inequalities.
Please note:
• Some questions have variables on one side and some have variables on both sides
• Most questions require the use of the distributive property
• No Solution and All Real Numbers are i

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This ❤ Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of working with "Solving Multi-Step Inequalities" . This is a BLENDED Activity as a HARD COPY of the activit

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Students will solve 11 problems and compare answers with their partner to determine the answer to the riddle. (What is the best time to go to the dentist?) Students will get matching inequality symbols and numerical answers (variables may be different) on each set to help them determine what letter

This is a Jenga game to go along with solving Multi-Step Inequalities. You can use a Jenga set or an off-brand set and color-code the tiles to match the problems. Students can take turns pulling tiles and solving problems.
There is a blank form for an answer key that you can fill in if wanted.

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Also included in: Algebra 1 - Solving Inequalities - Foldable, Task Card, and Game BUNDLE

This foldable is designed for interactive math notebooks. It walks students through 3 different word problems with inequalities; translating, solving, writing the solution in set-builder notation and in words, and graphing on a number line.
The word problems involve cost, consecutive integers, an

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Multi Step Inequalities: These multi step inequalities cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with algebra and number lines through multi step inequalities. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.
Multi Step Inequalities Cootie Catcher

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Also included in: Solving Inequalities Foldable Activities Bundle: One, Two and Multi Step

Algebra 1 Solving Multi-Step Inequalities in a PowerPoint Presentation
This slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my Algebra 1 class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to solve multi-step linear in

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In this activity, students will solve Multi-Step Inequalities with special cases.
There is a total of 15 problems.
Then, they will color the design by the colors listed next to their solutions!
Even my high schooler's like this activity. They refer to it as, "Color Therapy!"
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This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with multi-step inequalities.
Contents:
♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ
♦ 3 Levels to decode: Maze Decoder, Tarsia Puzzle, and Message Decoder
♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer

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Also included in: Multi-Step Equations and Inequalities Game: Escape Room Math Mini-Bundle

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