For this activity, I cut up the half sheets and post them randomly around my room. The bottom of each half-sheet is an inequality, and the top of the half-sheet is the previous problem’s answer. I give students the answer doc and they can start at whatever half sheet they’re closest to. Once they write the answer down, they search for the answer on a different half sheet, draw the shape, and complete the new problem.
There are a total of 12 problems, and each problem has at least 2-steps. Students will also need to know that they need to switch the signs when they multiply or divide by a negative, and sometimes they will need to flip the entire inequality.
Included is the scavenger hunt (the next 6 pages of half-sheets), an answer key, the answer sheet for students to fill out, and a 2-page circuit worksheet with the problems printed for students who cannot walk around the room or who are absent.