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Students will need to read 6 word problems and translate each into the correct algebraic inequality. Match each cut out to the correct word problem and paste or tape together to create a snowflake. Students must consider phrases such as maximum, minimum, at least, at most, no less than, and no gre

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Writing, Graphing and Translating Inequalities: Intro to Inequalities Packet with Multiple Versions. Students will Write a Verbal Expression, Algebraic Expression and/or create a Graphic Representation of Inequalities. Multiple versions included to need your students needs. One version is designed

Inequality Symbols Foldable Notes for Interactive Notebooks
Easy to make student notes foldable for interactive notebooks. Behind each inequality symbol are common key phrases associated with the inequality symbol.
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Daily Warm-Ups: Solving & Graphing Inequ

Students will complete the activity by translating the inequality words into algebraic inequalities.

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2 Part activity about translating Inequalities from Word Problems. Students can sort the key words such as "Maximum of" and "At Least" into columns labeled with the inequality signs. Then they can go through and start writing the inequalities.

*3-day lesson
*warmups/exit tickets
*vocabulary
*practice problems
*9 student pages/ worksheet
Day 1:
-identify inequality signs
-interpret number line graphs
-translate inequality phrases
-graph inequalities on number lines
Day 2:
-solve/graph inequalities
Day 3:
-compound inequalities
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Use this fun activity to give students a real world connection to inequalities. It’s a great introductory activity once students know the symbols and basic meanings. Students will practice translating words into inequalities.
When a building is constructed, it must be up to code. One set of cod

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This packet includes notes & practice for solving & graphing inequalities in one variable, compound inequalities, translating inequalities, graphing inequalities in 2 variables.
Activities for practice include a cut-and-paste for solving & graphing inequalities in 1 variable and my favor

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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These are notes used to introduce students to inequalities. Students will represent inequalities graphically (on a number line), translate an inequality in words to an inequality using symbols and graph, state whether a number is in the solution set of an inequality and write and graph inequalities

This is Unit 3 of the Pre-Algebra Full Curriculum from my store.
The unit covers solving basic equations, multi-step equations and equations with special solutions (no solution, all real numbers), translating equations, making equations from word problems, an optional lesson on canceling fraction

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Translating, Solving, and Graphing One-Step Inequalities:
This activity includes: 5 pages of questions (10 questions in all), a student recording sheet, and an answer key. Each question sheet has a one step inequality problem written verbally. Students will need to translate the inequality, solve t

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This assignment gives students practice representing simple and compound inequalities in three ways:
- on a number line
- using inequality notation < > etc.
- using interval notation
Students translate an inequality given in one form into the other two forms.
Common Core Standard(s):
A-REI.

Graphic organizer to help students translate inequality phrases from verbal expressions to mathematical expressions.

This unit discusses the vocabulary and translating of expressions and equations, evaluating equations, translating inequalities, sorting math operation vocabulary for translations, sorting and translating math sentences, and worksheets for class warm-ups homeworks, guided practice, and independent

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This is a matching activity for students to practice their skills at translating inequalities. There are 3 sets of 3 similar-looking inequalities (total of 9 inequalities) and phrases to describe them.
This could be a quick review or a do now (bell ringer/work)!

Match inequality equations to the graphed solution.
Identify possible solutions to inequality equations.
Translate inequality verbal statements into mathematical statements.

This lesson consists of providing you with a Self-Tutorial on how to solve typical linear inequalities of the form: ax + b > c (any of these symbols: , â‰¤, â‰¥ can be used). The tutor goes over how to draw number line graphs. Also covered is the Double Inequality (a < x < b). Properties of

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This 6-page packet includes solving 1- and 2-step inequalities, graphing inequalities, and translating inequalities. There's also a page about the similarities and differences between the solution sets and process for solving 2-step inequalities and equations.
Each page contains two homeworks for

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Inequalities Review Activity:
This activity is a great review before a quiz. It includes translating ONE STEP inequalities as well as graphing and solving.
-translating inequalities
-solving inequalities including multiplying and dividing !
-graphing inequalities
It is challenging enough but achi

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This Lesson Bundle includes:
Lesson Plan
Worksheet
Homework
and Chinese Translations for Inequalities

Equations and Inequalities (Pre-Algebra Curriculum - Unit 3)
This bundle includes notes, homework assignments, four quizzes, a study guide, and a unit test that cover the following topics:
• One-Step Equations
• Rational Equations
• Two-Step Equations
• Solving Equations by Square Roots
• Multi-St

Equations and Inequalities (Math 7 Curriculum – Unit 3)
This bundle includes notes, homework assignments, three quizzes, a study guide, and a unit test that cover the following topics:
• One-Step Equations with Addition and Subtraction
• One-Step Equations with Multiplication and Division
• One-St

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Check out the PREVIEW to spy these 5 math centers...a great addition to your sub plans binder!
This expressions and equations activity bundle focuses on essential content skills for solving equations. Students will write and solve one-step equations and inequalities.
Common Core Standards: 6.EE.B.

This activity gives students the opportunity to look at real world examples of inequalities. There are 12 stations. At each station students write a sentence, in their own words, about what the picture/sign is suggesting. Students then translate their sentence into a mathematical inequality.

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Students will practice translating and solving two-step inequalities from real world situations.
This item contains:
*** 14 word problems, variable on either side
*** Multiple choice of inequalities modeling each situation
*** Blank space for showing work
*** Students will select the inequality th

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Translating Key Words Poster
A great poster that shows the key words for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Also shows key words for inequality symbols. Great to print, laminate, and post!
I included both color and black and white versions, as well as a template for students

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Practice solving equations and inequalities with a twist! Instead of 24 problems that students must solve, these task cards have 3 problems per card – 2 are correct and 1 is incorrect. Students must decide which problem is incorrect and that is the answer they put on their student work page!
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One-Step Equations and Inequalities Unit Bundle: This is a 110-page full unit that covers Equations, Inequalities and Function Tables. This bundle includes materials designed for Common Core 6 and 6+. The best part about this, everything is provided in a word document, making it easy to edit and c

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This activity combines the skill of translating sentences into algebraic inequalities with the classic board game CLUE. Students will use the clues they gather from correctly solving equations to solve the mystery of Who Killed Mr. N. Equality.
This kit offers two ways to use this activity.
Use

This free anchor chart is designed to help students translate the 4 symbols of inequalities into word problems. There is space to add more words as a class and to do a sample number line. Please feel free to comment with any words/phrases you would like added and I will revise the product to inclu

ISN pages for TEKS 6.9C - notes for students to develop understanding of the differences in inequality statements along with a guide to help students translate verbal statements into symbolic expressions. The document can be used as a foldable or glued directly into an ISN. The pictures shown used

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This board game is Common Core aligned to both 6.EE.5, 6.EE.6, 6.EE.7, and 6.EE.8 algebraic inequalities. This game covers solving inequalities using inverse operations, translating graphs to inequalities, translating words to inequalities, and determining whether a given value is a solution to an i

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Spun-off from my popular series of
Bossy Brocci Math & Big Science Workbooks on Amazon,
this is a Graphing Bundle on Steroids:
4 Units
39 Lessons
177 Worksheets
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This is one of my favorite writing prompts! Students will analyze differences in commonly confused Algebraic phrases.
When reviewing translating Algebraic phrases and sentences, students were having trouble communicating differences between certain phrases (i.e. 2x+7 and 2(x+7)). In order to help

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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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This worksheet includes practice writing inequalities to represent situations (translating phrases), graphing inequalities on the number line, and writing an inequality given a graph. A key term table along with a open/closed circle, shade left/shade right table is included for students to referenc

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Humans have been eating insects snce prehistoric times. Although in some world regions, including America, it is considered taboo, the reality is 1,000 species of insects are eaten in over 80% of countries in the world. Insects are a dietary staple in regions of Asia, Africa, Oceania and Latin Ameri

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Includes:
30 matching questions with answers
Color and B/W copies
Matching Challenge Instructions
Answer Sheet
Answers
Key Word Sheet
Created by: |Absolute| Algebra ©

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Here is the lovely "I have, who has" game. This is the perfect activity to get students engaged in translating words into math/writing inequalities.
My students love it!
There is a class set of thirty cards.
All cards should be used during the game. Students love to have more than one card!
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This exercise provides practice writing inequalities from given statements. Students must identify key words that will help them determine which inequality symbol should be used.

In this activity, students will practice solving linear inequalities, including translating and solving real world word problems. Students will use their answer from the previous question to find the next problem. Solutions include all real numbers and no solution as well as making sure that answers

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This is a nice handout that allows students to see which words mean addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It also includes words that signify inequalities. This is a great resource when working with verbal translations in algebra!

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There are 20 problems - 1 per page. Students are asked to translate verbal expressions in to Algebraic expressions (some require them to also solve after they have translated). When they are finished they can check their answers by scanning the QR code using their phone or tablet! If the problem say

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This activity gives students real world examples of complex inequalities. Students translate the sentence into three forms: inequality/symbolic notation, number line/graphical notation, and interval notation.

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This colorful word wall contains a vocabulary selection aligned to the 7th Grade Common Core, a mathematical example, and the Spanish translation on each 8.5" x 11" page. Just print on card stock and you are good to go.
The same word wall is offered without the Spanish translation as well.
7th G

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Inequalities Activity: Quick Questions is a 10–15 minute in-class activity that helps students identify and correct common math mistakes! It is great for reviewing multiple concepts before a quiz or test. Students have fantastic conversations during this activity and the best part is that it’s so qu

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Students answer 30 questions on a series of 10 task cards in this activity. Questions range from word problems asking students to translate and solve to solving for variables in inequalities to determining the symbol equivalents of common Math terms. Includes answer key. Works well with Language o

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Graphing Inequalities: Learning Games and Critical Thinking Activities Bundle
This PDF download includes:
• 14 different active learning games specifically designed to support the learning the Common Core Standards related to Graphing and Solving Inequalities in two variables.
• Comprehensive ma

This is a class activity for groups. The class is shown a word problem (there are 4 in this file) and an inequality and asked if their inequality is true for the word problem and to defend their answer. I used this with my students and had better discussions than we usually have with other activit

Spun-off from my popular series of
Bossy Brocci Math & Big Science Workbooks on Amazon,
this Algebra MEGA Bundle contains:
55 Lessons
176 Worksheets
721 Problems
- and Assessment up the a$$!
Individual cost would be $43.00,
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This foldable is a great visual way to teach or help students to remember about graphing inequalities.
It contains key words that are useful for translating words to numbers when solving problems.
Vocabulary: Less than, Greater than, Less than or equal to, and Greater than or equal to.
Teaching no

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