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Two-Step Inequalities Coloring Activity
This 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 accordin

This set of matching cards requires students to write a two step inequality from a word problem, solve the inequality, and graph their answer on a number line. There are 12 problems, each with 4 cards, for a total of 48 cards to cut out and sort.
All problems use the same numbers so students can't

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Two-Step Inequalities Math Lib
In this activity, students will practice solving two-step inequalities and identifying possible solutions as they rotate through 10 stations.
The answer at each station will give them a piece to a story (who, doing what, with who, where, when, etc.) This is a much m

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Students will be given a real-life situation, in which they must write and solve a two-step inequality. They will then graph their solutions. Problems include both positive and negative coefficients.
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Check out the PREVIEW to spy 3 different ways to use this game in your classroom!
This expressions and equations activity focuses on solving inequalities and graphing the solutions on a number line. The game also includes an extension of writing the solution set in interval notation.
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This is a wonderful activity where students are given 20 different types of solving inequality problems and once they find an answer, they have to shade their answer on a large grid. By the end of the assignment, the picture should be easy to grade, as everyones (if answers are correct) picture sho

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Here is a fun twist on solving two-step inequalities! Students must solve two-step inequalities to lead the knight through the correct path to his castle. This fun knight/castle theme to get students engaged! Your students will love coloring/highlighting/tracing the path of correct answers to lead

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A fun activity to get students to practice solving 1 and 2 step inequalities.
The inequalities are already created for you, just print them on colored paper (I recommend yellow or white or a mixture of the two).
Cut out the inequalities, crumple them up, and put them in a popcorn bucket or bag.
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Two-Step Inequalities Task Cards
This activity is designed to help students practice solving, graphing, and checking possible solutions to the following types of inequalities:
px + q < r, px + q > r, px + q ≤ r, px + q ≥ r,
p(x + q) < r, p(x + q) > r, p(x + q) ≤ r, and p(x + q) ≥ r
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Two Step Inequalities Scavenger Hunt
***This game includes: 7 pages of solving two-step inequality questions, student recording sheet, and an answer key.***
To play:
1) Cut each question page in half to separate the question boxes. You will have 14 questions. Each question asks students to solve th

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Get this as part of a bundle: Scavenger Hunt Activity Bundle (19 Included!)

Solving Two Step Inequalities:
Included in this set are 30 task cards on solving inequalities, a student answer sheet, and an answer key. There are two types of task cards included (15 of each type). Cards 1-15 are short answer cards. Students are given an inequality and asked to solve it. Task car

Two Step Inequalities
This easy to prep cut and paste activity is designed to help students write, solve and represent solutions to two-step inequalities on a number line. Each problem begins with a real world situation, and the student has to correctly match the inequality, solution and graph with

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Students will work through 11 two-step inequality problems to finish the maze. The 11 problems include dividing by negatives, having to flip at the end due to the variable being on the left side, and decimals. Please view the preview for an exact image of the maze.
Not all boxes are used in this

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TWO lessons in one download! Included in the download are:
1 one step inequality foldable for notes
1 two step inequality foldable for notes
1 one step inequality word problem insert
1 two step inequality word problem insert
Also included in the download are pictures of my Interactive notebook no

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This activity is designed to encourage each student to show his/her own work while providing a way for students to check their answers with a partner. In this way, students must take responsibility for their own work.
This activity consists of sixteen two-step inequalities for students to solve (e

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This 18- question puzzle provides students with a fun and interactive way of practicing inequalities. They will need to solve each inequality and find it's corresponding graph.
Questions 1-12: One-Step Inequalities (mixed)
Questions 13-18: Two-Step Inequalities
A student recording sheet and answ

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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 is meant to be introduced after students have become generally fluent in solving one- and two-step equations.
The notes include explanations about switching the inequality when multiplying or dividing by a negative coefficient.
The practice includes solving, graphing, and checking.

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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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This fun scavenger hunt will get your students up and moving around the room using technology to practice solving two step inequalities.
This scavenger hunt uses QR codes which are very engaging to students! This activity requires students to use a mobile device with a QR code reader such as a tabl

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Two activities that require students to solve an inequality and then match it to both its solution written in algebra and how it would be displayed on a number line.
The first activity is easier, involving only 1 step inequalities. The second activity has mostly 2 step inequalities.
CC:6.EE.B.8

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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 Two-Step Inequalities". There are 15 inequalities provided. From start to end, the student will be able to answer 13 questions out of the 15 provided to get to the e

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Students will practice solving two-step inequalities and play a game of Connect 4 at the same time! Students will take turn selecting a problem from the given 42 problems, solve it, then shade in the circle containing the correct answer. If there are more than one answers available, they would pick

iStep is a spin on iMessage. Students each get their own sheet to add to their phone template. The sheet includes a problem to solve and text bubbles for verbal steps and student work.
This specific iStep activity covers solving two-step inequalities with graphing.
Included:
• iMath phone templat

This foldable organizes 6 practice problems & notes for solving two- step inequalities.
PERFECT for interactive math notebooks. Works great during whole group/ guided instruction, as a centers activity, class work assignment, or even a homework assignment.
Directions & an answer key are

Writing and Solving 2-Step Inequalities Notes and Activities, Common Core Standard: 7.EE.B.4.B
Everything you need to introduce and practice writing and solving 2-step inequalities. Included in this product:
-Writing and Solving 2-Step Inequalities Notes
-Writing and Solving 2-Step Inequalities P

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Students solve 16 problems involving two-step inequalities with rational numbers and then color a picture the appropriate color to correspond with the solution. Aligned to CCSS 7.EE.4, 7.EE.4B and TEKS 7.10B.
Even middle school students love to color! This is an easy prep way to keep students p

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Twelve different two step inequalities problems (6 involving multiplication and 6 involving division) and matching answers, including a graph of the answer. Great for finding your partner activity, math stations, or extra practice for struggling students. Includes an answer key.
This product is a

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2 page sheet solving and graphing two step-inequalities.
Top of first page stats with guided notes on the steps to solving and graphing two-step inequalities.

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Solving Two-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 two step inequalities.
**This is part of a discounted bundled set: Conquest Game - Algebra Set 2 - Solving Inequ

Get students out of their seats and practicing 2-step inequalities with this interactive scavenger hunt. Students will practice solving two-step equations written in different forms. There are three word problems included.
There are 12 practice problems included in the activity. Students begin i

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Thanksgiving activity for math class! In this Thanksgiving-themed activity, students practice solving two-step linear inequalities. Students travel in pairs to eight stations as they practice solving two-step inequalities (including negative coefficients and fractions). There are 6 stations with

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Scavenger Hunts are an awesome way to get students out of their seats and working. Super easy to prep and facilitate for the teacher! Students will read 10 real life one and two-step inequality problems, write an inequality statement, solve it, and then graph the solution on a number line.
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This cut and paste if perfect to practice solving and graphing two-step inequalities. Students cut apart the inequality statement, solution, and number line and then match it to the corresponding real life problem. This could be a partner activity, independent work, or helpful in tutoring and interv

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This matrix is designed to help break down solving and graphing two step inequalities by forcing students to think about each step in the process. This really helped bridge the gap between what my students could do with my help and what they could do on their own. Matrices are a great way to help yo

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