Have your students practice matching linear inequalities to graphs with this fun, self-checking coloring activity. Students determine the inequality that matches each graph and then color the pieces accordingly. Students must attend to precision, as several inequalities are similar - there are even four extra answer choices. Students can self-correct their work when their answer doesn't match one of the choices. All inequalities are in slope-intercept form.
This worksheet is easy to grade by looking at the color chart and engaging for students. The coloring is simple - enough to offer a brain break but not too time-consuming that is takes away from the math.
This product pairs perfectly with my Graphing Linear Inequalities Interactive Notes!
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