This snake activity provides students with a variety of compound inequalities to solve. Once students solve the compound inequality, they can check their answer by using the answer key posters. Each page of this document is split in half by a blue line. Teachers should cut the page on the blue line. The problems, that can be found on the left side of the page, should be posted around the classroom. The answers, that can be found on the right side of the page, should be posted in a separate area of the classroom. In my classroom I use three walls for the problems and one wall for all of the answers. This way, as students check their answers using the answer wall, I can easily monitor students to see who is answering the problems correctly and who needs extra help. By having an answer wall, students can work at their own pace to solve these problems.