Writing One-Step Inequalities Word Problems Logic Puzzle
Word Problems! Students have to think about what the problem is asking, they have to know what information is important, and it requires them to struggle and make mistakes! The more they practice, however, the easier it becomes.
This resource will give your 5th-grade or middle school student lots of practice writing one-step inequalities from word problems. After solving, they will use the clues from the answers to solve this engaging logic puzzle. This logic puzzle is similar to the classic logic puzzles with the grids but with an elimination clue organizer. It includes detailed instructions and a fun story to help student engagement. Check out the preview page to see a sample. The answer sheet and answer key are also included. This puzzle’s theme is called “What’s in the Fridge”.
Writing One Step Inequalities Word Problems Logic Puzzle includes:
- 10 task cards writing one-step inequalities from word problems
- Student scenario of the problem
- Clue Organizer
- Answer Sheet
- Answer Key
Get your Writing One-Step Inequalities Word Problems Logic Puzzle to see “What’s in the Fridge!” Help your child understand how and when inequalities are used in different situations and then think critically and problem-solve the logic portion. There are many valuable life skills included in this resource!
Thank you so much, my students enjoyed it and I think it was a great resource.
— Each Day I’m Calculating
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— Tonda S.
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