Solving Inequalities Color by Number

What better way for students to get motivated about practicing their algebra skills than coloring! Even high school students love to color when they get the opportunity, so give this activity a try! This worksheet includes 13 problems involving solving linear inequalities (one-step, two-step, and multi-step). Students color the mandala according to their answers. Even the most unmotivated students enjoy this worksheet (I've used it several times in my math class)! The worksheet is a great activity for practicing essential algebra skills while having fun doing it. It also is a great activity to leave for students on days you have a sub. The students stay busy and out of trouble!

If you like this, you may also like these other color by number activities:

Finding slope using a graph
Finding slope between 2 points
Finding slope and y-intercept
Factoring trinomials
Direct and inverse variation
Combining Like Terms
Adding and subtracting polynomials

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Created: Mar 19, 2017

Updated: Feb 22, 2018


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