This product is a card sorting activity. It contains 20 cards, and 10 matching pairs of absolute value inequality problems.
There is a nice mix of cognitive demand in the problems. My students work in groups of two to find the 10 matches.
I invite each group to the document camera to put up one of their matches. They explain to the class why the two cards form a match.
The card sorting promotes discussion among students and also during the summary time at the document camera.
I print the cards on colorful paper, which grabs students' attention. Then after the sorting activity is complete, students each take half the pairs and glue them into their interactive student notebooks.