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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 correctly a portion of the mystery pixel art picture will appear. If they get it wrong, the cells will not be colored in. Students will love guessing what the picture will be!There are two different

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9th - 11th

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Digital Pixel Art Bundle

These super fun ready to use printable and digital puzzles will help your students practice factoring out the GCF or "undistributing" in a fun way! This is a great formative assessment.This engaging activity is a DIFFERENTIATED with two versions! Provide your struggling students with version 1. (without a border) Provide your higher leveled students with version 2 (with a border)Directions:Students answer each question then find the corresponding answer, then move the matching pieces next to eac

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8th - 10th

Also included in: Algebra 1 Digital and Printable 3x3 Puzzle Bundle

This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Factor Difference of Two Squares With and Without a GCF". There are 15 binomials provided. From start to end, the student will be able to factor out 12 binomials of the 15 provided to get to the end of the maze. In this maze:☑ Some questions may have NO GCF☑ Some questions may have a numeric GCF☑ Some questions may have a variable GCF☑ Some questions may be PRIMEStudents are will work with:☑ Factoring out GCF☑ Formula for Factoring Differe

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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Also included in: Maze - BUNDLE FACTORING

Have you seen the Preview?This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE FACTORINGThis activity is a good review of understanding how to "Factor by GROUPING Without a GCF". There are 15 questions provided. From start to end, the student will be able to factor out 13 questions of the 15 provided to get to the end of the maze. In this maze:• There is no GCF• Some questions may have 2 variables• Some questions may require changing the order of the terms before factoringThe images shown at the top reflect th

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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Also included in: Maze - BUNDLE FACTORING

This activity is a good review of understanding how to "Factor by GROUPING WITH and Without a GCF". There are 15 questions provided. From start to end, the student will be able to factor out 14 questions of the 15 provided to get to the end of the maze. In this maze:• Some questions may have NO GCF• Some questions may have a numeric GCF• Some questions may have a variable GCF• Some questions may have 2 variables• Some questions may require changing the order of the terms before factoringThe ima

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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Also included in: Maze - BUNDLE FACTORING

This is an engaging autumn teddy bear themed five levels practice on factoring polynomials by factoring out the greatest common factor. There are five problem slides as each slide contains six problems labeled with A,B,C,D,E and F. On the first slide the problems are of level 1 where the CGF is a first degree monomial in one variable. On the second slide the problems are of level 2, the third slide are level three problems as the GCF is a second and higher degree monomial in one variable. Slide

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7th - 9th

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Also included in: Algebra 1 DIGITAL Resources Growing BUNDLE - 25% Savings

✐ This 16 questions (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY and SHORT ANSWERS Quiz) product is a NO PREP & SELF GRADING 100% EDITABLE (EXCEPT FOR THE IMAGES) activity that will assess students understanding in how to Factor Trinomials ax² + bx + c where a = 1In this activity, students are asked to work with these models:☑ Factoring ax² + bx + c where a = 1☑ There is a GCF in with every question of this activity☑ 10 Questions are short answers (must follow guidelines when inputting answers)☑ 6 Questions are s

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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Also included in: Use with Google Forms: ALL ABOUT FACTORING Distance Learning

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 distributive property backwards) they freeze up. I guess some of it has to do with working backwards on a concept. Students can go forwards ok, but going backwards is trickier for most (division is more d

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7th - 10th

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With this resource you will receive a foldable that is great for INB that covers finding the greatest common factor. It is scaffolded to include finding the GCF of numbers only, variables only, then together. I have taught Algebra for years and this is the topic that has been my nemesis. I could never figure out how to break it down until I reached this way. I have used this method for 3 years and my students excel at GCF now. Front side: Definition of a GCF, steps to find the GCF of just a

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9th - 11th

This resource includes an exit ticket along with a worksheet. All my factoring worksheets will also have a challenge question for students to try. The GCFs include both numbers and variables.Answer keys included!If you like this, please feel free to check out my other factoring worksheets!Factor by GroupingFactor Trinomials with leading coefficient = 1Factor Trinomials with leading coefficient > 1Factoring Special CasesFactoring Mixed ReviewFactoring: Find the error

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8th - 9th

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Also included in: Factoring Worksheets and Exit Slips Bundle

✐ This 12 questions (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY and SHORT ANSWERS Quiz) product is a NO PREP & SELF GRADING 100% EDITABLE (EXCEPT FOR THE IMAGES) activity that will assess students understanding in how to Factor Trinomials ax² + bx + c where a ≠ 1In this activity, students are asked to work with these models:☑ Factoring ax² + bx + c where a ≠ 1☑ There is a GCF in with every question of this activity☑ 6 Questions are short answers (must follow guidelines when inputting answers)☑ 6 Questions are se

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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Also included in: Use with Google Forms: ALL ABOUT FACTORING Distance Learning

This 4-page quiz assess students' ability to properly factor a Binomial and a Trinomial by identifying the GCF and common variable. Then being able to divide out the term to find the fully factored answer. The quiz specifically addresses; finding a GCF of different numbers, dividing 2 monomials with variables and exponents, factor a binomial by it's GCF, and factor a trinomial by it's GCF.

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7th - 11th

✐ This 12 questions (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY and SHORT ANSWERS Quiz) product is a NO PREP & SELF GRADING 100% EDITABLE (EXCEPT FOR THE IMAGES) activity that will assess students understanding in how to Factor Trinomials ax² + bx + c.In this activity, students are asked to work with these models:☑ Factoring ax² + bx + c where a = 1 (With & Without GCF)☑ Factoring ax² + bx + c where a ≠ 1 (With & Without GCF)☑ Factoring ax² + bx + c where a is PRIME (With & Without GCF)☑ There is a G

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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Also included in: Use with Google Forms: ALL ABOUT FACTORING Distance Learning

✐ This 16 questions (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY and SHORT ANSWERS Quiz) product is a NO PREP & SELF GRADING 100% EDITABLE (EXCEPT FOR THE IMAGES) activity that will assess students understanding in how to Factor Trinomials ax² + bx + c where a is PRIME.In this activity, students are asked to work with these models:☑ Factoring ax² + bx + c where a is PRIME☑ There is a GCF within every question in this activity☑ 8 Questions are short answers (must follow guidelines when inputting answers)☑ 8 Questi

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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Also included in: Use with Google Forms: ALL ABOUT FACTORING Distance Learning

Included in this Product:2 similar versions for the price of 1!!Having a second version allows for retakes and also gives you options to modify for specific students.20 total questions - 10 each form (5 multiple choice and 5 free response)Self-Grading Google Forms - Greatest Common Factor - GCFFinding the Greatest Common Factor of polynomials (including variables with exponents)Other related topics:Factoring Using the GCFFactoring Trinomials in ax² + bx + c form (when a = 1)Factoring Trinomials

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7th - 10th

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Also included in: Factoring Using Google Forms™

These Guided Notes focus on how to Factor Polynomials using the Greatest Common Factor Method. These scaffolded notes can be used in whole-class, small group, 1:1, the differentiation possibilities are endless to teach students how to teach students how to divide polynomials by the GCF based on common factors and the lowest power of a common variable. They contain essential vocabulary along with a Guided Practice Worksheet, Independent Practice Worksheet, and Exit Ticket Worksheet that is aligne

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8th - 9th

These Guided Notes focus on how to Find the Greatest Common Factor between Whole Numbers, Variables and Polynomials. These scaffolded notes can be used in whole-class, small group, 1:1, the differentiation possibilities are endless to teach students how to teach students how to find the GCF based on common factors and the lowest power of a common variable. They contain essential vocabulary along with a Guided Practice Worksheet, Independent Practice Worksheet, and Exit Ticket Worksheet that is a

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8th - 9th

Are you looking for a fun and engaging activity to improve your math instructions to practice Factoring Algebraic Expressions with the GCF? Your students can use these Google Sheets to practice factoring expressions with variables and exponents. Suitable for grades 6th-7th, and homeschool. This is a 16 Questions ESCAPE ROOM common core aligned. It will reveal new questions after the answers for the 1st set of 4 questions are correct, and so on until the whole mission is completed. Easy to use,

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6th - 8th

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Also included in: Factoring Expressions Fun Bundle: Foldable + Escape Room

✐ This product is a NO PREP- SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Factoring by Grouping (No GCF)".In this activity, students are asked to:☑ Factor by GroupingThis is Level 1 as:☑ There is NO GCF☑ All questions have one variables x☑ All questions are written in Order of Degree☑ None of the resulting factors will need to be factored further.I use this EMOJI to refresh my students mind on this factoring technique. This technique is used when solving "Polynomial Functions" as students w

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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Also included in: EMOJI - BUNDLE All about FACTORING

✐ This product is a NO PREP- SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Factoring by Grouping (With & Without GCF) and There is NO need to Factor FURTHER".In this activity, students are asked to:☑ Factor by GCF☑ Factor by GroupingThis is Level 3 as:☑ There is a GCF in 7 questions out of the 12☑ GCF maybe a number or a number & variable☑ All questions have one variables x☑ All questions are written in Order of Degree☑ None of the questions will need to be factored furtherCheck out:☑

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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Also included in: EMOJI - BUNDLE All about FACTORING

Factor 16 polynomials each with three variables completely to find the answer to the joke. Great for sub plans or extra practice. Answer key included.

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7th - 11th

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Are you looking for a way to reduce your grading but still see if your students are understanding pulling out a greatest common factor? This comes with two versions to differentiate (short answer and multiple choice) plus a google form for hybrid or remote learning. The google form is the multiple choice version where each question is 5 points. It is self grading and worth a total of 50 points. Questions range from binomials to trinomials, from one variable to two variables. There is also a free

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8th - 11th

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✐ This product is a NO PREP- SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in "Factoring by Grouping (No GCF) and Factoring FURTHER".In this activity, students are asked to:☑ Factor by Grouping☑ One of the resulting factor is in the form of difference of two squares and needs to be factored further.This is Level 2 as:☑ There is NO GCF☑ All questions have one variables x☑ All questions are written in Order of Degree☑ 9 of the 12 questions will need to be factored further as difference of two squar

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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Also included in: EMOJI - BUNDLE All about FACTORING

Check out: How to work with a Digital Maze Right HERE✐ This product is a good review of "Factor Difference of Two Squares - No GCF (Linear Factors)". In this maze, student are asked to factor difference of two squares.This is a BLENDED Activity where a hard copy (which is available at my store here) of the activity is also included.In this maze:☑ None of the questions have GCF☑ Some questions may have two variables☑ Some questions may be PRIME Students are will work with:☑ Formula for Factoring

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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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