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Factoring Trinomials (when a > 1) Battleship Partner Activity
In this activity, each partner has a board with 36 binomials. They must choose 15 boxes to mark with a dry erase marker or cover with place chips. These are their "battleships". Each partner also has a list of 18 trinomials in whic

Factoring Trinomials Coloring Activity
Students will practice factoring trinomials through this coloring activity. This activity includes two versions so you can choose the one that fits best with your planning:
Version 1: Trinomials where a = 1
Version 2: Trinomials where a > 1
Each vers

Factoring Trinomials (a > 1) Math Lib
Math lib activities are a class favorite! In this activity, students will practice factoring trinomials in which a > 1 as they rotate through 10 stations. Once factored, they determine which binomial represents one of the factors to the trinomial. The an

Factoring Trinomials (a = 1) Task Cards
Students will practice factoring trinomials (where a = 1) by working through these 24 task cards. Some trinomials include a greatest common factor. They can check their answers by scanning the QR code on each card. Connection to the internet is not require

With this activity, students will practice factoring trinomials, including by removing the GCF. After they identify the factors, they will color the mandala according to the color indicated for the factors (or GCF, as specified in the directions). When the students are done, the finished pieces mak

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This set of task card focuses on factoring trinomials with a variety of leading coefficients. 28 cards come in both color and black in white. Use for warm ups, exit tickets, homework, or stations! Task cards are also great to use as a math center or review game before a factor

This activity is a great way to promote classroom engagement. Kiddos (yes, even your Algebra students!) love getting up and moving around the room. Groups race to complete their 10 "egg" factoring problems first. As they complete the problems they earn paper eggs that they can decorate after thei

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Tic Tac Toe game to review factoring trinomials where leading coefficient is 1 and also factoring a GCF from a polynomial. There are 2 Tic Tac Toe games (1 for each concept). The complete instructions and answer key are provided. Great review activity that takes about 15 minutes.

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Students will factor the trinomials (with and without "a") completely, then they will color or draw on the penguin as indicated by their answer. This is an excellent quick check review activity or homework assignment. If they get the wrong answer, they will "doodle" their penguin incorrectly.
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This Google® Slide Algebra resource is a new engaging way have your students practice factoring trinomials. It is interactive, engaging, and fun, plus it is NO PREP for you. There are two levels, each with its own link. For the first, Level 1, students factor 20 trinomials whose leading coeffici

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Tired of boring worksheets? Get the students up and moving around with this scavenger hunt activity! This activity is on factoring quadratics with three terms when a = 1. My students love to be able to just get up, and this is the perfect way for them to practice factoring and be up moving about!
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Students practice factoring quadratic trinomials by finding the missing side lengths of rectangles that have a trinomial "area". Through factoring, students will determine the side lengths of various-sized rectangles. All trinomials a values are 1. This activity is a nice link back to geometry and

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Factoring Tic Tac Toe:
Students will play Tic Tac Toe in partners as they factor quadratic equations. There are 5 boards that get progressively more difficult. *Answer key included!
Directions: There are 5 boards and they get progressively more difficult with Board A being the easiest and Board E

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This is a set of 223 flash cards of every trinomial in the form of x^2 + bx + c that has c values ranging from 1 to 30. Each flash card has the answer key directly on the back when printed with the shorter side being the flipping side.
In my own classroom, I printed these on colorful cardstock (as

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This 31-question puzzle provides students with practice factoring trinomials. Question 1-12 are in the for x^2 + bx + c and questions 13-31 are in the form ax^2 + bx + c.
You will receive:
• 4 pages worth of puzzle pieces
• Student Recording Sheet
• Answer Key
• Directions/ photo of the final prod

These task cards meet Common Core State Standard A-SSE.3a Factor a quadratic expression to reveal the zeros of the function it defines.
There are 30 total task cards. Each card has a trinomial, with a =1, that needs to be factored. The last 6 cards have a GCF that needs to be factored first.
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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

Factoring trinomials using the X-Box method is the best strategy I have found to teach this concept. This worksheet has 3 pages of x-box puzzles for students to solve before learning how to factor trinomials. An answer key is also included. Download the preview file to see exactly what you will get

Students factor quadratic trinomials (all with A=1) on each of 20 pennants. Each pennant has a QR code for quick answer checking (a traditional answer key is also included as well as a set of pennants without QR codes). Once a pennant is complete, it can be hung along a string in your classroom to s

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This product includes a "cheat sheet" to review students on factoring trinomials, nine practice problems, and a maze! Keys are included for all pages.
Thank you for viewing this product, and please let me know if you have any questions or comments!

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In this set of task cards, you will find 10 cards with two factoring problems on each card. Students should factor each trinomial and then can check their answer using the QR code.
All of the problems in this set have a coefficient of one in front of the squared term. Differences of squares are i

Factoring Trinomials TEKS Aligned: A10EThis is a fun activity for the student to practice factoring trinomials where a = 1. The student is given 3 different question paths and 24 rectangles to cut out. The top of the rectangle has the answer to the factoring question and the bottom of the rectangle

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