You are getting two activities for the price of one! This activity contains 16 linear inequalities (including horizontal and vertical boundary lines) that must be rewritten in slope-intercept form, then graphed. Students must also identify which ordered pairs on the graph are solutions to the inequality. You can copy the cards with or without the answers on the back! Its all up to you!
You could also just use the back of the cards to have students practice writing linear inequalities from a graph.
I have included a recording sheet for each type of activity. There is also a differentiated version for the graphing activity.
This corresponds to (Texas) Algebra 1 TEKs:
-A.3D: graph linear inequalities (readiness)
-A.2H: write linear inequalities from a graph (supporting).
Task cards are a great way to get your kiddos up and moving around! You can also use them for early finishers, or to differentiate for your students. You can copy them with or without the answers on the back. Its all up to you!
Some ways to use task cards are:
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