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# Solving One Step Inequalities with Multiplication and Division Task Cards

## Solving One Step Inequalities with Multiplication and Division Task Cards

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Boost your students' understanding of solving one-step inequalities with multiplication and division (negative numbers included) with this engaging task card activity.  This low-prep set includes 20 task cards that are perfect for reinforcing all aspects of how to solve one step inequalities by multiplying and dividing. With minimal prep required, your students will practice and build these skills in a fun, engaging and out-of-their seat activity perfect for supplementing any lesson.  This set covers common core standard(s) 6.EE.B.8.

These cards can quickly be set up for a variety of different activities that will make for a more dynamic learning environment.  They are great for math centers, independent practice, scavenger hunts, “SCOOT” and walkabouts.  They can also be used in both group and cooperative learning models.

Also included are five different versions of recording sheets, as well as an additional version for interactive notebooks.  Pick whichever format works best for your students!  These cards come on 5 pages with 4 cards on each that simply need to be printed and cut.  You can print in full color or use the black and white version for more budget-friendly printing.

Covers: 6.EE.B.8

Includes:

• 20 Task Cards covering the full scope of solving one-step inequalities with multiplication and division
• 5 different recording sheets
• 1 Interactive Notebook Recording Sheet

Your students will love reinforcing their knowledge of how to solve one step inequalities by multiplying and dividing while they are out of their seats and having fun.  They will be moving around and you will be keeping math fun!

No additional materials are needed, but I recommend laminating the cards for use year after year.