This lesson is written in a fun and humorous way that kids can relate to. My students were really engaged with this lesson and loved the corny sense of humor. The detachable reference pages with step by step examples really helped students be successful. What is so nice about the reference pages is that students can detach them and place them right next to the problem(s) they are working on. This way they don't have to flip back and forth looking for the example. I have found this so beneficial for my students and I think you will too!
In short, This lesson gives students the opportunity to translate common phrases such as, at most, at least, greater than, less than or equal to, and so on, into their corresponding inequalities. Students will graph inequalities on a number line as well as explore why the inequality symbol changes direction when you multiply or divide each side of it by a negative number. They will also solve inequalities and graph the solutions. I hope this lesson gives your students a better understanding of this topic.
The zipped file contains the 9 page lesson along with the 9 page key. There is also one page on copyright information. They are all PDF files.