This 14 question scavenger hunt is a great way to have students practice solving multi-step inequalities (two-step, distributive property, variables on one side, and variables on both sides). Because students have to find their answer around the room before they can move on to the next problem, they are forced to check their work to find mistakes--like forgetting to flip the inequality symbol. The teacher functions as the facilitator helping students find and correct mistakes in their work.
In the file, each page contains 4 problems that are labeled with letters for easy teacher checking and reference. Students can start at any point in the problem cycle and return back to their first problem at the end. A flow chart is included for students to keep track of where they are in the scavenger hunt by listing the letter, problem, and solution in each box. Also included is a teacher key that gives the solution paired with each problem's letter.
I typically have students complete this as a partner activity, but group sizes and/or number of problems in this editable word document can be altered to accommodate class size or time-restraints.
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