Students learn to factor the GCF out of polynomials. The worksheet starts with a clear example. I have left out the solution to the example on the second version in case you decided to solve that in a different way, as students are taking notes.
Practicing factoring out the GCF is much more fun with these task card activities. Choose the printable version, color & B&W, and with or without QR codes. Or use the digital Boom Version by just sharing the Boom Fast Pin link. Click here to try the first 4 cards of the Boom version to
With this digital pixel art activity, your Algebra students will complete 10 problems to practice factoring out the GCF. The polynomials that they need to factor can be binomials, trinomials, or polynomials. Problems have either one or two variables with varying degrees for each term. If they answer
Factoring Out the Greatest Common Factor and the Distributive Property: Updated and Revised on 12/2020!Great for Distance Learning or in Person LearningThis lesson opens up with a review of the distributive property by using a rectangular model. This model is great for visual learners!Students will
Are your students just beginning to learn about quadratics and factoring? Get students factoring quadratic expressions that include factoring a GCF first using this maze activity. Your download will include a printable PDF version of the student copy and answer key.Want to make your PDF digital? Vis
This Boom Deck helps students review and practice factoring out the GCF Greatest Common Factor. The deck contains 11 cards which provide instruction and practice.My students enjoy doing Boom Card activities because they are self-paced and self-checking. As every Algebra teacher knows ... factoring
Students will practice and learn to Factor out the Greatest Common Factor from a set of monomials and from a polynomial. Quick Warm Up to Practice Distributing and Dividing a MonomialTon of Practice ProblemsSteps to Factor out the GCFFull Answer KeyCopyright Information: The original purchaser is gr
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.
**This resource is 100% editable.** Teach your Algebra students how to factor out the greatest common factor (GCF) and how to factor by grouping. This resource consists of fill-in-the-blank notes, “I Try, You Try” practice, and homework. Just print and go by using the pdf or you can edit it in Powe
This resource introduces key concepts/ideas related to the GCF so that students can both determine the GCF of specific values as well as factor out the GCF of polynomials. There are some examples and a two-questions practice activity embedded in this material. There is also a page designed to do eit
This worksheet is designed to help students learn/practice how to factor out a GCF number from a binomial. This concept is surprisingly difficult for many students. They can do the distributive property fine, but when you try to have them factor out a number from a binomial (the GCF - doing the dist
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
This graphic organizer lays out the steps for factoring the greatest common factor from an algebraic expression. This is especially useful for students who are just learning the procedure or resource room students, either of which can benefit from scaffolding. The graphic organizer is in the form
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.
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.
This is a set of 12 task cards where students must factor out the greatest common factor.
This is an activity that can be done individually, in pairs, or in a group.
A recording sheet for student work is provided.
An answer key is also included!
Do you need an engaging way for your students to practice finding Greatest Common Factor? This set of no-prep, paper and digital color by number activities is just what you need - the options make them great for in-person or distance learning.Students solve 20 problems (or 15), self-check, and color
Factoring a Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Drag and Drop ActivityStudents work in groups of 2-3 to factor the eight given polynomials by determining the greatest common factor. They must sort through the factors and place them on their activity worksheet.This can also work as a cut and paste activity
Use this Ladder Method Doodle Notes page to introduce or review the different ways the ladder method can be used – to find prime factorization, least common multiple, greatest common factor, and to factor expressions. There are two versions included for students – one that is completely blank, to be
25 unique and thought out questions on finding the greatest common factor.
Each question corresponds to a matching answer that gets colored in to form a symmetrical design. Not only does this make it fun and rewarding for students but it also makes it easy for students and teachers to know if the
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 act