This activity could be used after teaching students about linear inequalities in one variable. It is split into four tables. The first table starts out with very simple problems. Students try all problems in the left-hand column of the first table, then check with the teacher. If all problems in the left-hand column are correct, they can skip to the second table. If they miss a problem in the left-hand column, they need to complete the rest of the problems in that corresponding row (which will all be of the same type as the problem they missed). This way, if students already know how to do the problems, they don't need to do extra practice. However, if students miss a problem, they will be guided to practice exactly the type of problem they need to see more of.
Topics include graphing inequalities on a number line, writing inequalities from a number line, using inequalities to describe actual real-life scenarios, and solving inequalities (with solutions and special cases such as All Real Numbers and No Solution).
Instructions are included on the packet.