2 sets of inequalities and their number lines are included in this packet. Print and laminate the Inequality Number Lines sheets to make classroom set with and reuse them and not have to waste so much paper on copies. I have made a sheet of number lines 0 - 10 (8 number lines) and then one that is -10 to 10 (10 number lines). I made the background of the worksheet look like wide-ruled paper because my students prefer having the lines to write on when solving problems. It makes it easier to grade and they end up writing straighter and neater. I would make copies of the worksheets to pass out to students and give them both number line sheets as well. Have them solve the problems from the first worksheet as a review and use the second worksheet as a quiz. Have students draw the solutions with a dry-erase marker onto the laminated sheets. I have students solve the worksheet and hand it in for evaluation and I walk around the classroom to make sure they understand how to transfer the solution onto the number line. When finished, wipe down Inequality Number Lines with felt, a tissue, or a wet wipe. Make sure it is dry before your next class begins to write on it. (Pages 2-3 are a set. Pages 4-5 are a set)
Corresponds with Common Core Standard: Prepares for A.REI.3 Solve linear equations and inequalities in one variable, including equations with coefficients represented by letters.
Also for A.CED.1