Practice solving multi-step inequalities with a Teacher Appreciation Twist. Humor Check: If the thought of telling a class, “In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, you all will be sending me thank you cards,” doesn’t make you smirk, you won’t like this product. (Don’t judge. It was just a thought.)
Students solve multi-step inequalities. Find two versions of the 26 inequalities practice page. Both versions have the same solutions. Therefore, you can easily differentiate by student need without any hiccup in the activity (if you want). Please
see the thumbnails and preview for a view of the two difficulty levels; some consider both levels challenging.
★Common Core Standards: REI.B.3
The Teacher’s Appreciation Twist
Students solve 15 random inequalities (out of 26 linear systems) before receiving one of the Teacher Appreciation Week Cards
. Students use answers to decode the hidden message. Since the Thank You Card is addressed “To My Wonderful Teacher,” students are essentially sending you, the teacher, the card when they turn in their work. “Oh what thoughtful students I have!
What makes this product a must-have?
Know at a glance if students completed the activity correctly.
❷ Novel Practice:
Mixing-up that traditional worksheet perks up kids.
❸ Teacher Appreciation Fun:
Have a little fun with Teacher Appreciation Week WHILE
continuing on with your current topic study.
❹ More than 1 set-up:
Did I mention 2 different problem sets?
Need a different topic but like the idea?
How about inequalities, factoring trinomials, or linear systems?
◢ Solving One-Step Equations
◢ Solving Two-Step Equations
◢ Solving Inequalities
◢ Solving Linear Systems
◢ Exponential Equations
◢ Factoring Trinomials with a Leading Coefficient of 1
◢ Factoring Trinomials when A>1
♩ Note: Problems are identical to this Inequalities Hangman
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