Now with two options!
Option 1 (pink in thumbnail): This foldable organizes four examples for graphing linear inequalities. Each inequality must first be rewritten in slope-intercept form. Each of the four examples uses a different inequality.
Option 2 (blue in thumbnail): This foldable also includes 4 examples (1 of each inequality) but also has notes built into the top of foldable. Students will fill in notes for dashed vs solid boundary lines and how to determine where to shade.
A detailed answer key is included with each.
If you're looking for extra practice to go along with this foldable, check out my
Graphing Linear Inequalities (Error Analysis Task)
You may also be interested in some of my foldable bundles:
★ The Ultimate Foldable & Activity Bundle for 6TH GRADE MATH
★ The Ultimate Foldable & Activity Bundle for 7TH GRADE MATH
★ The Ultimate Foldable & Activity Bundle for 8TH GRADE MATH/ PRE-ALGEBRA
★ The Ultimate Foldable Bundle for PRE-ALGEBRA & ALGEBRA 1
★ The Ultimate Foldable Bundle for GEOMETRY
★ The Ultimate Foldable Bundle for ALGEBRA 2