In order to practice graphing two-variable inequalities, I created these two different drawings for the students to create. These drawings work kind of like a color-by-number picture. There are 12 graphs for each picture along with 12 different inequalities. When you graph the upper lefthand inequality onto the upper lefthand graph, and so on with all of the shading, it creates pictures. Graphing Inequalities Drawing #1 creates a Jack-o-latern and Graphing Inequalities Drawing #2 creates a Mountain Dew Soda can.