This activity includes a treasure hunt where students graph a system of inequalities and a system of equations to locate buried treasure. This activity also includes a project where students create their own treasure map based on a system of inequalities and a system of equations. In the first activity students are given a system of inequalities to graph. Based on this system they need to identify the quadrant (pirate-themed regions based on the graph) and a possible 3 locations (coordinate points) where the treasure could be located based on the solution to the system of inequalities. Students are then asked to graph a system of equations on the same graph and name the location of the treasure. There is an attached answer key for this project. For the project where students create their own treasure map, students are given a system on inequalities that they will work within the solution set to create the map. After graphing the system of inequalities they are asked to create a system of equations that has a solution inside the solution set to the system of inequalities. From there students create a treasure map and identify the location of their treasure. There is an attached rubric to grade the project.