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1. There are 108 task cards in this bundle. These products have their own student answer sheet and an answer key is always provided. Task cards are a great way to get students up and moving in your classroom. Use them as a self-start, a fast-finisher, in stations, as a scavenger hunt, or to check for u
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Use this set of 28 task cards as a supplement to an introduction on graphing inequalities on a number line. Giving students the chance to practice this skill with task cards is extremely helpful. I like to give students task cards because it looks less intimidating than a worksheet. Students are able to work at their own pace. Use these task cards as a self-start, mid-lesson check, or ticket to leave. I love that it makes the students get up out of their seats.

These 28 task cards are a mix off less than, greater than, less than or equal to, and greater than or equal to. Some task cards put the variable first, and some cards put the variable after the inequality symbol. None of the task cards involve solving inequalities to graph the problems.
All of the task cards put the number between -7 and 7. The student answer sheet has a number line filled out for students. All they need to do is circle and shade.

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