Algebra 1 - Absolute Value Inequalities - Task Cards - Connect Four Game

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This is a connect four (Bingo style) game designed for groups of 4 or less!

This comes with a set of 16 task cards ranging in all different types of absolute value inequalities, complete with the full step-by-step answer key on the back.

There are 4 different types of game card boards for the actual game part.

When I use this game, my students are in groups of 2 to 4, and play at their own group pace. I print the task cards on cardstock with the answer key on the back. I print the game cards on cardstock and laminate so students can use dry erase to mark off the answers. If you can't laminate, you can always run off copies on paper for students to write on!

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10 pages
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Teaching Duration
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