One-Step Inequalities Review
Students use inequality skills to solve problems.
The answer key has the order that the children will solve the posters in. The answer key starts with A, but that doesn't mean that the children have to start with A! The answer key also ends in A to show that it does make a complete circle, which will allow for the students to start at any poster.
The letters at the bottom are a great way to check if the students are working correctly, you can simply check their letter order and see if it matches your answer key.
I put my answer key in a page protector and it was easily manageable when all the students wanted to check to see if they were going in the right order.
Students will pick a poster to start at. They will solve that problem on the poster, then they find the correct answer located on the top of another poster, this is then the next problem they solve. Solving a poster will take them to a completely different poster; they will never be next to a poster with their answer on it.
Around the World is a great way to get students out of their seat and moving around, while still having the multiple choice answers available to them.
Students are able to start at any of the posters, they are linked in a circuit and when they have completed all 12 problems they will end up back at the poster they started at.