This includes 12 problems of two-step solving inequalities.It also includes problems that requires students to flip the sign. You print each sheet and fold the top part down so that students cannot see the letter or the problems. They should only be able to see the answers at the bottom. Hang each sheet up on the wall randomly. Students can start at any point. They should write down the letter, write down the problem and work it out, and then look for the answer on another paper around the room. They will then go to that paper and start the process over again. Students will be finished once they have returned to the first problem they started. This trail spells " day at the fair ". Since students start at random places, their letters will start randomly but they should follow in order from that starting point.