Graphing Inequalities Matching Activity.
Simply cut out, or have the students cut out, and match the inequality to the correct graph. The cards are already mixed up, so just print and give to students! They can work on their own, or in pairs. I had mine glue them to construction paper, so I could hang them up in my classroom.
The first page is easy, so it is great to use after you first introduce how to graph inequalities. The second page is a little bit harder where they have to identify what the inequality is asking them to graph. The last page is solving inequalities and the graphing the solution. The students will need to solve each inequality before matching it to the graph.
******BONUS****** I have included 4 poster that have the inequality signs, and what they mean. They are great to hang up in your classroom, so students can get the extra visual when they are having trouble remember what each sign means!
If you love matching activities, check out my activity for matching algebraic expressions.
Also, check out my I Have,Who has Inequality Game!
If you would like anything personalized or changed, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope you enjoy!
Mrs. Kaley Lyons