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This Algebra 1 spiral review resource can easily be used as spiral math HOMEWORK, spiral math WARM UPS, or a DAILY MATH REVIEW! This spiral math review was designed to keep math concepts fresh all year and to simplify your homework or warm up routines. All pages are 100% EDITABLE and easy to differe

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Get this as part of a bundle: Algebra 1 BUNDLE | Spiral Review, Games & Assessments for the ENTIRE YEAR

This activity consists of 18 easy trinomials (no coefficient on x^2) that student must factor using the 36 binomials. Students cut out the 36 binomials and glue them onto the corresponding trinomial. This activity is self checking because they only have a certain set of binomials that could be the

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Students must work their way through this "choose your own adventure" zombie apocalypse flip book by correctly solving 14 polynomials. Correct answers will take students through the story while incorrect answers will take them to death by zombies.
Most of the polynomials require a GCF to be factor

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This activity combines the skill of solving quadratics by factoring when a=1 with the classic board game CLUE. Students will use the clues they gather from correctly solving quadratic equations by factoring to solve the mystery of Who Killed Mr. Quad.
This kit offers two ways to use this activity.

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up number sense! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has left six messages, layered with algebra. Teams will work to build a case and present their findings to the court. Hop

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Get this as part of a bundle: 21st Century Algebra 2 / Pre-Calculus Projects Starter Bundle -- Common Core

This activity consists of 18 harder trinomials (coefficient on x^2) that student must factor using the 36 binomials. Students cut out the 36 binomials and glue them onto the corresponding trinomial. This activity is self checking because they only have a certain set of binomials that could be the f

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Here is a set of four fun mystery activities for solving Quadratic Equations that your students will love! This set covers all four methods commonly used to solve quadratics: factoring when a=1, completing the square, using the quadratic formula and graphing.
The activities are all centered aro

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Wh

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Factoring Quadratics - Match the Factors to the Quadratics!
Students must match pairs of factors from the first table so that they multiply to make the quadratics in the second table. In reality, the only way to do this is to factor the quadratics first.
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Are you having trouble getting your students to take effective notes during math lessons? Are you looking for quick activities that can be completed in a math journal or at the end of a lesson as a check for understanding? If so, these activities are for you. Please check out our full-length previe

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This coloring worksheet contains 20 factoring trinomial problems. All problems have a leading coefficient of 1. After they factor the
problems, they color the part of the worksheet containing their
answer. When the worksheet is completely factored and colored,
it spells “Welcome to Algebra”. T

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Let you kids get some extra practice with FOIL using this Domino game activity!
This domino set contains 15 FOIL problems ranging from distribution of binomial to binomial, binomial to trinomial, squared binomials, and one binomial to the third power at the en

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This is a review of all types of factoring -- greatest common factors, factor by grouping, difference of squares, perfect square trinomials, regular trinomials, and problems with a combination of methods. It is designed after the TV game show Family Feud. My students really like this review!
If y

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This puzzle consists of 12 pieces that all contain factoring problems. Some of the problems require students to factor out the Greatest Common Factor and other problems are difference of squares. None of the problems are combinations (meaning that students have to do a GCF, then factor difference

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This is a great activity for practice on FOIL that gets the students up and working cooperatively to enhance their skills. Students will complete 24 FOIL problems to complete the entire scavenger hunt circuit. I group students in pairs, but if you have a small

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This packet was designed to help implement interactive notebook activities in the Algebra 1 classroom. The following topics are presented in the scaffolded notes which can be added to math journals:
Square Numbers and Square Roots
Square and Square Root Review with Whole Numbers
Square and Square R

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This is a Scavenger Hunt to review all types of factoring -- greatest common factors, difference of squares, perfect square trinomials, grouping, regular trinomials, and multi-step factoring.
Students like reviewing with Scavenger Hunts!
There are 20 polynomials to factor. A worksheet that studen

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There are 15 problems in this scavenger hunt. The trinomials have a coefficient. Students will need to factor out a GCF from some of the trinomials.

Factoring Quadratics with a leading coefficient greater than 1 around Christmas time (Winter Break)? Add a little holiday spice to factoring practice with this Christmas-themed math activity.
Students factor 26 trinomials where a>1. Of course students would check the accuracy of their factori

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There are four problems on every center. There are 8 centers in the activity. The problems are GCF factoring, Difference of Squares factoring, Trinomial factoring, and Simplifying Rationals by factoring.
I groups students in 3's or 4's to complete this activit

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Spot the mistake!
Eight quadratic and polynomial problems have been solved, but errors have been made. Students must spot the error, and then complete the problem correctly.
Problems include factoring, the quadratic formula, completing the square, graphing, finding the vertex, parent function of q

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Get this as part of a bundle: Algebra I Review, Test Prep Pack, Common Core Bundle

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This is a flow chart used to help students identify what type of factoring to use when they come across a problem for the first time.
The four types highlighted in this flow chart are Great Common Factor, Reverse FOIL, Difference of Squares, and the Quadratic

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This is a set of 15 task cards that are a final review on factoring polynomials. Most of the polynomials require a GCF to be factored out before you can factor them completely. In order for students to be successful on this activity they must be familiar with the following factoring methods:
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This collaborative activity is designed for small groups in Common Core Math 1, 2, or 3. They will discuss and compare the features of the quadratic graph from the three forms of a quadratic function. Students will solidify their knowledge by matching equations to the graphs of a quadratic function

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This document is 184 pages long and has over 300 questions that can be used as review for the New York State Algebra Regents Exam. The questions are modeled after questions that have been asked on previous Common Core Regents Exams. Included in the file is an answer key, with detailed solutions to t

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At times, I was frustrated teaching more challenging content when it was obvious many in the class needed extra help on easier stuff. I developed this idea of a Boot Camp to reinforce those skills, but allowing others to accelerate on their own!
Students will take a Pre-Assessment and will be assig

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Students practice factoring quadratics and/or multiplying binomials in all 4 puzzles in this set. 2 of the puzzles have the leading coefficient at 1 and the other two puzzles have a leading coefficient greater than 1. There are 2 different levels of puzzles with answer keys included for all.

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Wh

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This set includes 30 unique bingo cards where students are asked to factor monomials, polynomials and solve quadratic equations to cover up the spaces. Simply hand out the cards, cut out the problem cards and you have a full review game to reinforce these important Algebra concepts. All answers in

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The topics included in these notes are the following:
1. Division of Polynomials: each problem is completed using both methods
• Long division – it is suggested teaching long division should be done first, all problems are completed using long division and then to help you save on paper copies, you

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This is a Factor Completely around the world activity (also known as scavenger hunts). Students love being able to get out of their desks and move around the room! There are a total of 13 problems that require students to factor a polynomial completely. Each problem contains a greatest common fa

These four bingo activities help students review polynomial operations. The 1st bingo game is made up of adding and subtracting polynomials. In the 2nd game students review multiplying polynomials. In the 3rd bingo game they practice factoring polynomials. In the 4th bingo game students solve equati

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Graphing Quadratics has never been this much fun! This Algebra 1 I Can Math Game focuses on graphing quadratics, and provides students with practice in the form of multiple choice or short answer questions. QR codes (optional) make this game even more interactive as students get immediate feedback

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Common Core Assessment Warm Up Math Algebra Seeing Structures Expressions A.SSE
This file contains questions that align precisely to the common core standard A.SSE
Each page contains at least 4 questions for each of the 7 standards.
Each standard is clearly labeled on every page.
An answer key

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Radicals Raceway --
This is a review for simplifying and working with radicals. It includes simplifying the radical, addition, subtraction, multiplication, rationalizing the denominators, and solving equations that involve radicals. This would review a majority of Chapter 10 in the Prentice Hall CA

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These 24 task cards are a great way for your students to practice finding zeros of functions!
1. Students must identify zeros of a quadratic function by factoring a quadratic expression.
2. Students must identify zeros of a function presented as a graph.
3. Students must identify functions which

Practice factoring trinomials with a leading coefficient equal to 1 with a Teacher Appreciation Twist. Humor Check: If the thought of telling a class, “In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, you all will be sending me thank you cards,” doesn’t make you smirk, you won’t like this product. (Don’t

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Highly Engaging!! Students practice common factoring, simple and complex trinomial factoring, and difference of squares factoring to decode the colour key needed to colour their section of the large 20-section mosaic. Both a Nemo and a Dory mosaic are included in this product!
Every student has a

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Algebra 1 Quiz Show Game Solving Polynomials in a PowerPoint Presentation
This Quiz Show game, Jeopardy Style, is a great way to review a chapter. There are 25 questions and a scoreboard so you don’t have to write the score on a side board. Each page has the point value!
This Quiz Show game cover

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Students match the graph of a quadratic, the x-intercepts, and the equation in standard form.
Print out the file on card stock or laminate regular paper. Cut the cards apart to make a set for teams of two or three. The original has the cards that match placed together.

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In this card sort, students match each quadratic equation with its equivalent forms.
Through this activity, they'll practice converting quadratic functions between standard, factored, and vertex form. Every equation has two matches, so they'll end up with 8 groups of 3 equivalent equations. A fu

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Partner Math - Secondary Style
Partner Math is a great format for secondary students. Students work individually to complete a set of problems and then they check with their partner. If they don't have matching answers, they have to work together to figure out the error.
In this version,all

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This pack contains FIVE different printable card games at discount. High quality, professionally designed pages of learning material put together by a successful Home Tutor and professional graphic designer.
The pack contains the following games:
• Algebra Rummy | card game for the learning of bas

This is a 7-page document (including cover) consisting of actual NYS Regent questions from both the Common Core Exam and the 2005 Standards Regents Exam.
All concepts are needed in Algebra 2, so this serves as a great pre-assessment not only for Algebra 1 and 8th grade students, but also for Algeb

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This maze consists of 14 easy trinomials (no coefficient on x^2) that student must factor.
Not all boxes are used in the maze to prevent students from just guessing the correct route. In order to complete the maze students will have to correctly factor 11 polynomials.
Answer key is included.
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Use this 24 question worksheet to help your students practice Factoring Quadratic Trinomials.
*There are difference of squares problems at the end of this sheet. I teach the students that they are just looking to add up to "0" so they use the same techinque a

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This is a factoring worksheet where "a" is not equal to 1. Students will factor using two methods, grouping and slide and divide. The first page is fill in the blank examples, and the second page is a good homework set of problems.

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Learning Objective: The student will be able to find the factored form of a quadratic equation
Included: student worksheet, 10 problems, and answer key
Teacher will need to print out the 10 problems for each station, it is recommended to print using card stock. Laminating the stations is a must

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Theorems about Polynomials 6 page flap-book is a great addition to an interactive notebook, a study guide or could be used as notes as well. Each theorem has at least one example and one page is dedicated to miscellaneous polynomial related problems.
The topics included are:
1) The Factor Theorem

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Common Core Secondary Math brings you “Fluent in Math: Fluency Checks for the Common Core”
The Common Core State Standards in Math (CCSSM) stress fluency with skills and procedures along with conceptual understanding and mathematical applications.
Fluency with mathematics at the secondary level

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This is a quick quiz that assesses students' ability to factor several different types of quadratic expressions. It is a great tool to obtain fast feedback data to drive your instruction.

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In this hands-on activity, students will cut out, organize and paste algebraic expression pieces onto a template. The activity will give students practice in factoring out a GCF from a trinomial, then factoring the resulting trinomial into two binomials.
My Algebra students had fun completing this

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