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Solving One Step Inequalities Puzzle
For students learning how to solve and graph inequality word problems, they can practice with this puzzle and can self check.
***There are 3 versions included. The original puzzle AND a different puzzle that is easier to cut. Finally, there is a version with a

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Get this as part of a bundle: One Step Inequalities Notes and Stations BUNDLE

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

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Three drills to help students gain speed, proficiency, and understanding of solving simple one step inequalities. Two identical drills per page, ready to print and cut apart to save paper.
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* Solving One-Step Inequalities "undoing" Addition or Subtraction
* Solving One-Step Ine

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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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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.
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How many of your students have trouble even reading inequalities correctly, much less solving them?
Flash cards to the rescue. These sixteen flashcards are all one-step inequalities, so students can solve them in their heads...or at least that's the goal.
There are eight cards to a sheet, with

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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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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

Practice solving inequalities the fun way with this matching activity! For each inequality, students will cut out and attach the matching sentence and the number line which shows the solution. We had a great time working on this in class and I was able to see where the students' weaknesses were by

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This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Solving and Graphing Inequalities
This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Solve One-Step Inequalities". There are 15 inequalities provided. From start to end, the student will be able to answer 12 questions out of the 15 provided to get to the

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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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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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Students will practice solving one-step inequalities with variable on either side and complete a crossword puzzle using their solutions.
*** 20 one step inequalities
*** An answers bank (answers in word forms - great for reinforcing inequality keywords)
*** Key included
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This 20-question star-shaped puzzle provides students with practice solving one-step inequalities. There are a variety of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems. Includes integers.
PERFECT way to review before a quiz or test!
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This download contains a set of 20 colored and 20 black and white task cards to support CCSS A.REI.3. The questions ask students to solve both one step equations and inequalities with the option of graphing the solution on their own number lines. Although the equations require students to perform a

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Students will practice solving one-step inequalities with variable on either side and complete a word search puzzle using their solutions.
*** 20 one step inequalities
*** An answers bank (answers in word forms - great for reinforcing inequality keywords)
*** Key included
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Students will practice solving one-step inequalities through playing a few games of rock, papers, and scissors. Simultaneously, students are to pick and solve a different problem from the given three choices. Once solved, they would claim the hand symbol containing the correct solution.
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There are 3 leveled row games included in this product! For a row game, students work with a partner to practice solving one-step inequalities. The pair of students will each solve different problems, but each row of problems will have the same answer. If their answers do not match, the students mus

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This worksheet starts off with a practice of graphing basic inequalities. There are examples of each type of inequality, some written with the variable on the right. The worksheet moves on to solving one-step inequalities and graphing the solution on a number line. The problems are a mix of vario

Students will solve one step inequalities by choosing the answer from a set of numbers given. After solving students will find the answer to the title question.

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

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This worksheet includes 12 practice problems. Students will solve each of the inequalities (one-step involving addition & subtraction only). They will then need to graph each of the inequalities on the number line provided.

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Students will practice solving one-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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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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Get this as part of a bundle: One Step Inequalities Notes and Stations BUNDLE

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Students will practicing solving one-step inequalities, variable on the left side, by completing a jigsaw and a crossword puzzle.
This item contains:
*** A Jigsaw Puzzle (worksheet)
*** A Crossword Puzzle (worksheet)
*** A Crossword Puzzle (notebook size)
*** 20 problems (40 total, variable on the

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This Self-Checking Magic Square Activity is part of:
☑ 2017 Google Interactive Membership {GROWING BUNDLE} - Current & Future Products
This ❤ Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of working with "Solving One-Step Inequalities" . This is a BLENDED Activity as a HARD COPY of t

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This 21-question puzzle provides students with practice writing inequalities from word form, then solving.
You receive:
• 2 pages of puzzle pieces
• Student recording sheet
• Answer key
• Directions & photo of the finished product
PERFECT for math centers, collaborative groups, or independ

Solve and Snip® activities include Interactive Practice Problems for skills aligned with TEKS and Common Core.
In the Representing Solutions for One Step Inequalities (Positive & Negative) Solve and Snip® students will read a word problem and solve the problem by showing work in the show work a

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This EMOJI activity is included in
EMOJI - BUNDLE Solving Inequalities
✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Solving Inequalities by Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying or Dividing.". Students would need to solve the mystery Emojis by following the color key.

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Welcome to a flipped classroom video! This video teaches students how to solve one step inequalities with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It offers practice problems where students can pause the video and try it on their own. My own crazy math humor is added as well and kids lov

This EMOJI activity is included in
EMOJI - BUNDLE Solving Inequalities
✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Solving One-Step Equations by Multiplying or Dividing.".
Students would need to solve the mystery Emojis by following the color key.
A STEP-BY-STEP

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A yummy game for middle school math fun! A great way to practice for a quiz or for end-of-the-year review!
Solving inequalities is a part of the seventh grade Common Core Frameworks, yet it then shows up sporadically for the next few grades. This card game enables students to work together to cor

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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 one-step inequalities with their solutions.
The four puzzles include
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One Step Inequalities: These task cards are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with algebra and number lines through one step inequalities. Each problem has students solve the inequality and graph the result on a number line. Step-by-Step answers are provided for

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These are perfect for Scoot, Around the Rooms, Stations, Flash Cards, and other class room activities.

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The Solving One-Step Inequalities Differentiated Activity (No Negatives) allows you to provide two levels of the same activity for students within your classroom in a discrete manner. This puzzle makes solving inequalities easy and fun for all levels of students. The questions page allows students

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The objective of the game is to solve one-step inequalities.
On a turn, the player uses the inequality spinner to decide what inequality sign to be use.
The player will then draw two cards and roll a die where the numbers are replaced with the four fundamental operations with two wild sides – wi

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Students will enjoy solving inequalities with this coloring activity. This activity is great for remediation and differentiation.

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Solving one step inequality using addition and subtraction. This document includes one page of guided notes along with one page of guided practice. This is a great resource for an introductory/intermediate lesson on solving one step inequality using addition and subtraction.
4 pages - (Notes, Pract

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This is a lesson on solving one-step inequalities with addition and subtraction. This lesson includes negative numbers. The lesson has a Power Point that includes a warm-up with answers, notes and a closure of the lesson. Guided notes, a tic-tac-toe activity and a practice or homework worksheet are

This is a lesson on solving one-step inequalities with multiplication and division. This lesson includes negative numbers. The lesson has a Power Point that includes a warm-up with answers, notes and a closure of the lesson. Guided notes, task cards and a practice or homework worksheet are also prov

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This product is an exploration/notes on solving one-step inequalities. Students should already have prior knowledge about solving one-step equations and graphing inequalities on number lines.
Students will solve one-step inequalities, graph their solution on a number line, and choose possible solu

Ready for students to practice solving one step inequalities? This resource is a great starter activity. There are 20 problems where the problems will get kids thinking! There are greater than, less than, greater than or equal to, and less than or equal to problems. The answers to the problems range

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Looking for extra help teaching students to solve and graph one-step inequalities? This pack of Task Cards is the perfect addition to your math classroom!
Each task card has one inequality to solve and graph. They are perfect for a math center, as a whole group activity, or for individual remediat

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In this activity students work with a partner to practice solving one-step inequalities. The pair of students will each solve different problems, but each row of problems will have the same answer. If their answers do not match, the students must collaborate and use error analysis to find the same a

Solve One-Step Inequalities: Mystery Picture (Princess)
Aligned to Texas TEK 6.10A model and solve one-variable, one-step equations and inequalities that represent problems, including geometric concepts
Test the quality of these Mystery Pictures by downloading this FREE Add Integers: Mystery Pictu

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Solving One-Step Inequalities (Google Form & Interactive Video Lesson!)
This product includes:
(1) Interactive video lesson with notes on how to solve one-step inequalities. I use this activity as part of a 7th-grade equations and inequalities unit.
(1) Google Form activity assessing the con

Students will enjoy solving inequalities with this coloring activity. This activity is great for remediation and differentiation.

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22 Question Quiz
Addition and Subtraction - One Step Inequalities
- Solving and Graphing
- Defining terms
- Writing Inequalities from words
- KEY INCLUDED
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Solving one step inequalities using multiplication and division. This document contains one page of guided notes and one page of guided practice. This is a great resource for an introductory/intermediate lesson on solving one step inequalities using multiplication and division.
4 pages (Notes, Pra

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