This assignment is designed to allow students to practice solving, simplifying, writing and graphing inequalities on a number line BEFORE starting to solve/simplify with negatives (which is usually more of a challenge). There are no negative coefficient/sign-flip problems included. There are multiple types of problem and this allows students choice; they select three problems from each section (I usually assign one extra per section for homework). The choice and variety keep students engaged and the comfort level in completion helps the teacher assess whether the class is ready to move on to working with negatives. This can also be used as an assessment, study guide, homework, as partner work or as an alternate assignment.