This cut and paste puzzle if perfect for practicing how to graph inequality statements with rational numbers. Students cut apart the puzzle and then arrange matching sides on a blank board. This could be a partner activity, independent work, or helpful in tutoring and intervention.
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*CCSS Standard 7.EE.4B and TEKS 7.10B
*Activity Instructions and Teacher Tips
*16 piece puzzle with recording board - 2 forms with various difficulty
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