This resource contains 8 pairs of linear inequalities and 8 colorful graphs (I made the graphs using Desmos, so they are colorful and very clear). If you have a color printer or plan on displaying the graphs using a projector or interactive board, you will love these graphs!
This matching activity can be used in a variety of ways.
Here’s what I did: I printed the systems of equations two to a page front and back so all 8 fit on one page. I have a coordinate plane stamp, so I stamped blank coordinate planes for students to graph by hand. We were practicing using the calculator to graph. Then once they were done graphing by hand, I posted the graphs around the room and they had to match their sketches with the graphs.
You could also have students walking around the room looking at the graphs and writing the equations. Since the systems aren’t written in slope intercept form, the students could then use what they wrote to find an equivalent match.
Let me know your other ideas of how you implement this resource in your classroom!