# Linear Inequality Bingo, Matching & Card Sort

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This resource is a Bingo Matching & Card Sort for Linear Inequalities in standard form and slope-intercept form. Students will be able to match inequalities with graphs and match inequalities in standard from to inequalities in slope-intercept form.

Included in the product:
Bingo Mats (Mats have symbols to distinguish the different mats from each set. This way if there are multiples around the room it is easy to check when there are winners.)
✏✏Graphs
✏Standard From Equations
✏Slope Intercept form Equations

✏✏Bingo Cards (also double up as matching cards and card sort)
✏Graphs
✏Standard From Equations
✏Slope Intercept form Equations

How to use this resource:
This resource allows you to play bingo matching or card sort. It allows you to tailor the activity to the needs of your class/students.

BINGO
Each set of bingo mats has 10 unique mats.
Print as many sets as you need for your class. There will be multiple winners every round.

This activity is great for review after a lesson or before a test.
Each student needs a set of chips and once they have five in a row (horizontally, vertically or diagonally) they win!

Chips are not provided. Easily make Chips by cutting colored paper into tiny squares for students.

MATCH CARDS
Print enough bingo cards for each student or each pair of students.
Have students match graphs to equations and check their work using the answer key.
Students may also match standard from equations to slope intercept form equations or match all three sets.

CARD SORT
Students may sort standard form equations from slope-intercept form equations.
Print sets of the bingo cards for each student or pair of students. Mix the sets up and have them separate the different types.

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Total Pages
66 pages