Dominoes include solving one, two, and multi-step inequalities and graphing some solutions on a number line.
Two versions are included in this set. Large dominoes which are great
for copying on cardstock, laminating, and using for years to come.
I use the small dominoes because I can fit two sets on one sheet
and they fit perfectly arranged in a rectangle in a composition book
which is what I use for interactive notebooks. Dominoes can be arranged
in any shape, matching the problems to their answers. If you make
a rectangle in an interactive notebook, there’s an entire empty space
inside that can be used for a title, notes, reminders, etc.
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