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Students will factor polynomials using the factor by grouping method in this 15 problem coloring activity resource. This resource works well as independent practice, homework, extra credit or even as an assignment to leave for the substitute (includes answer key!)Top 3 Reasons to Use Coloring Activi
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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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Factoring Polynomials: Students will factor binomials and trinomials in this 18 problem coloring activity resource. This resource works well as independent practice, homework, extra credit or even as an assignment to leave for the substitute (includes answer key!) Top 3 Reasons to Use Coloring Acti
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Students practice the relationship between multiplying and factoring with this fun, self-checking coloring activity. They determine the missing factor, find it in the flower and color it according to the color they chose. Students can self-correct their work when their answer doesn't match one of t
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This product is great to practice factoring polynomials using difference of squares and solving equations by utilizing GCF and differences of squares. There 14 questions, 1 coloring picture and 1 colored form of the activity. Enjoy the product!© 2019 “Everything for Teaching”Products by “Everything
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With this activity, students will practice factoring polynomials. A worksheet includes 24 polynomials, divided into 6 groups for your convenience and arranged in order of increasing complexity. A student has to factor each of the polynomials and paint the corresponding multipliers with a color that
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Includes : condensed (1page) notes covering methods of factoring polynomialsreview of factoring trinomials (ac method)difference of squaressum/difference of cubesfactor by grouping - 4+ term polynomials
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Factoring Polynomials Gone Fishin' Game This game is a fun way to practice factoring polynomials. Red fish are greatest common factor (GCF), yellow fish are difference of squares, green fish are trinomials where a = 1, and blue fish are trinomials where a is greater than 1. You can play with an i
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Do your students need to practice factoring trinomials? Try this fun game of bump! Students take turns pulling cards with trinomials, then factoring and placing their game markers on the board two at a time. Players can "bump" each others markers off the board, but not if the original player can
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Looking for a new way to assess mastery of a concept? Why not try a maze? Students will start the activity at the "START" arrow and continue through the maze until they reach the “END” space factoring polynomials the entire way! Make sure they FULLY factor. I have included a color copy (if you w
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In this activity, students will practice factoring trinomials (a=1, a>1, and using the GCF) as they tap into their creative side! Once students completely factor the trinomial, they will locate the box with their answer in it on the next page and follow the given directions for that box. They w
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In this activity, students will factor polynomials where a=1 and a>1 . Students will match problems with solutions to create a puzzle once they are finished. Because the students’ puzzle pieces have been randomized on an output sheet, students are able to cut their own puzzle pieces out without
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Also included in: Algebra 1 Tarsia Puzzle Pack

Factoring Polynomials Gone Fishin' Game (Algebra 2) This game is a fun way to practice factoring polynomials for Algebra 2 students. Red fish are difference of squares, yellow fish are sum and difference of cubes, green fish are trinomials, and blue fish are four terms. Factoring a greatest common
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Factoring Polynomials Self Checking Digital Activity with Google Sheets In this NO PREP digital Algebra review activity, your students analyze and factor 14 problems in the first column choosing the correct answer from 4 color coded similar choices. As they enter the correct choice in the green colu
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Students find the Greatest Common Factors (GCF) for polynomial expressions. The solutions correspond to (x,y) coordinates that form a picture of a puppy. Sample polynomials:6x - 214x² + 10x - 2Prerequisite Skill: Students should be able to find coordinates in quadrant 1 on a grid. The picture allows
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With this no-prep activity, students will practice factoring trinomials (a=1 and a>1). Then, they will find their answer on the abstract picture and fill in the space with a given pattern to reveal a beautiful, fun Zen design! Students can color their final products or leave them in black and
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Also included in: Zen Math Algebra 1 Bundle

Bingo, its great for review, practice and even a formative assessment. This file contains 30 unique bingo cards that task students with factoring a variety of different polynomials. Included are difference of squares, perfect square trinomials, ax2+bx+c where a is greater than or equal to 1 and GC
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In this product you will get 40 factoring task cards with QR Codes containing: *Factoring Special product binomials * Factoring Trinomials *Factoring by Grouping (4 terms) *Factoring by GCF *4 Challenge problems *Color by Number Coloring Page *Coloring Key (Answers w/ Corresponding Color) Students
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With this activity, students will completely factor polynomials (using any method of their choice, up to the 4th degree) and then choose the answer that contains the correct zeroes. Then, they will color the number of the problem with the color given for their answer to reveal a beautiful, colorful
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Factoring When a = 1 Scavenger Hunt: The objective of this activity is for students to solidify their knowledge of factoring trinomials when a=1 in a way that is engaging and requires student discourse. *Answer key included* Directions: Print each of the following pages on colored paper and hang ar
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Get excited! Here is a stations activity bundle for a unit on factoring polynomials! In this bundle, students will review the following concepts:1)Prime Factorization of a Monomial2)Factoring out the GCF of a Polynomial3)Factoring Quadratics When a = 14)Factoring Quadratics When a > 15)Factoring
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This flowchart is one I've used with great success when tutoring algebra students. It outlines a simple paradigm for knowing which factoring process to use for each problem. Gone are the days of frustrated guessing! Two copies are included, a color poster and a grey scale reference handout. The
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Just because our students are getting older does not mean their learning preferences have changed. Therefore, this document is a kinesthetic approach for factoring polynomials. It includes a math mat, anchor chart, printable manipulatives, and a matching card game. The math vocabulary are also color
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In this puzzle, students will practice factoring trinomials (where a=1 and a is greater than1) by matching pieces of broken hearts together! They will cut out their own puzzle pieces and then factor the trinomials to match them with their correct answers (the other side of the broken heart). The a
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