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In this activity, students will practice identifying the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) from polynomials and then factoring the GCF out. There are problems that have single variables, and some with multiple variables to vary the complexity of the problems.I usually will put the stations around the roo

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Also included in: Factoring Activity Bundle!

Students will practice identifying and factoring out a GCF from a binomial, trinomial or 4-term Polynomial. They will have to match their GCF to an answer in the same row. The matching GCF has a color above it, which the students will then color all numbered segments in the Pi picture with that colo

Also included in: Factoring Activity Bundle!

These guided notes on factoring include practice with finding the Greatest common factor (GCF) of numbers and polynomials, and then moves into factoring out a GCF from polynomials. Notes include definitions as well as strategies to help students understand the material.
Now includes a warm-up to a

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This activity gives students the opportunity to practice factoring a GCF (greatest common factor) out of a polynomial expression! Learners will work through the problems on their worksheet and then color the two pictures based on their answers.
Note: Students will use the answers to questions 1 thr

Based on the KAGAN structure, Pairs Check, this activity has students working in pairs to factor problmes by pulling out a GCF. Promotes academic language and student discourse.

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Factoring out a GCF. Students make 3 columns on construction paper cut out the problems, do the work, and then cut out the answer. Or, students can match the 2 columns for a quicker activity.

A 6-page tutorial with brief explanations and worked examples for factoring out the GCF from an algebraic expression. Includes many examples for students to practice.

Use these scaffolded guided notes to introduce students to factoring out the greatest common factor from a polynomial. Students should already know how to find the greatest common factor prior to using these notes. Several teacher examples are followed by practice problems for students.

Factor out the GCF and Factor by Grouping Stations Activity contains problems that require students to factor GCF’s out of polynomials and factor polynomials using the grouping method. There are a total of two stations.
o Station 1 – Factor out the GCF
o Station 2 – Factory by Grouping

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This lesson was prepared to review/learn how to factor various types of polynomials. It is especially useful to do before embarking on a unit on rational expressions.
The lesson has levels of differentiation. This lesson could last one to four days, depending on the class’s progress each day.
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Factoring Out the Greatest Common Factor
This fun and humorous lesson will definitely help your students factor out the greatest common factor of a polynomial. The lesson opens up with a review of factors and factoring and then introduces the distributive property by using a rectangular model. Stud

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Your students will love practicing finding GCFs with this hands-on activity. This puzzle focuses on the distribute property, or "un" distributing and I would call it. If they solve the problem correctly, they find the answer piece and continue working, but if they don’t, they must help to correct th

Nice matching activity for students to practice factoring out the GCF in a polynomial.
There are 8 polynomials to have the GCF factor out, 1st piece is the problem, 2nd piece is rewritten using prime factorization, 3th piece the common factors are factor out an 4th piece is the final answer.
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This PowerPoint explains to students what a GCF is, how to find a GCF and how to factor out a GCF through many examples. This lesson leads into how to factor by grouping as well as how to factor trinomials.

This is a great game to use to help students understand factoring out the GCF from a polynomial. My students enjoy a little competition while factoring out the GCF. The game works well as a station or as a review activity.

The first steps to factoring is to find a GCF, if there is one, and factor it out. These notes have two versions: with and without examples.

This is a one-page, 20-question worksheet about factoring out the GCF from an algebraic expression.

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This interactive Jeopardy style review game can be used to review factors, multiples, prime/composite, greatest common factor (GCF), and least common multiple (LCM). This is a perfect review for 5th or 6th grade students! I have used this game many times with my students, and they love it! The powe

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Also included in: Fractions and Decimals Activity Bundle for 6th Grade Math (6.NS.1-6.NS.4)

Algebra 1 Summer Math Packet ~ Summer Prep Packet for Incoming Algebra 2 or Geometry Students
Looking for a good way to review Algebra I concepts with your students? This math review packet covers most of the major topics taught in algebra 1!
This versatile resource is perfect for an end of the

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Also included in: Math Review Packets BUNDLE (4th Grade through Algebra I) - Back to School Math

This Greatest Common Factor 'I Have...Who Has' Game features 30 playing cards to help students practice determining the greatest common factor of two numbers. These 'I Have...Who Has' cards are so much fun, yet so simple to use. Plus, they can be played by individual students, by a small group of

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