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In this activity students will match polynomials with their factored form. Students should be familiar with factoring using distributive property, factoring by grouping, factoring quadratics, factoring differences of squares and perfect squares. In the top of each box is a given polynomial that ne

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There are two scavenger hunts included in this product. An easy version with coefficient is 1 and includes a few difference of two squares, and a harder version where most of the coefficients are not 1. I have included 2 pages where you can include 2 grouping problems in the harder version by chan

For this activity, post the question/answer pages across your room. Give the students their answer sheets to show their work on. Then let the students start at any of the sixteen questions. If completed correctly the students should move from each question to question ending at the question they

There are 20 “factoring polynomials” cards sheets to use for this scavenger hunt. The 20 cards should be printed and placed in different places in the classroom. Each sheet has a polynomial that must be factored and / or simplified. When the question is solved, the students must find the answers to

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Make practice fun with this scavenger hunt! Students work through 12 factoring problems posted around the room. Mix them up before posting in order for a better "hunt!" Students will find the answer to the card on the bottom right corner of ANOTHER card! This is where the hunt comes in if you mix th

Rearrange the papers around the room so students have to walk around and solve. They factor the problem at the bottom, and the answer they get will be at the top of another paper. That is their next question. As they go, they should write the letters on each paper down. When they are finished, the w

Students do their work in on the answer document and match find the matching symbols.

Do you need a fun way for students to practice factoring a greatest common factor with minimal prep? The Factoring a Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem

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This is a Scavenger Hunt to review all types of factoring -- greatest common factors, difference of squares, perfect square trinomials, grouping, regular trinomials, and multi-step factoring.
Students like reviewing with Scavenger Hunts!
There are 20 polynomials to factor. A worksheet that studen

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In this activity students work in small groups to factor cubic polynomials using the factor theorem. Students divide cubic polynomials by a given factor to reveal a quadratic factor that must be factored. Polynomials need to be written in complete factored form. Quadratic factors will always have

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Just print, cut pages in half and post around your classroom! This is a GREAT review for factoring polynomials and solving polynomial equations. Students may start with any problem posted around the room and if all are completed correctly, the student should end back at their beginning problem. A

This Circuit or Scavenger Hunt activity offers a fun way for students to practice simplifying polynomials using addition, subtraction, and multiplication, and factoring using the GCF Method.
Cut up the cards and place them around the room. Students will begin at any card, solving the problem liste

This product is a scavenger hunt to help students review adding, subtracting, multiplying and factoring (by GCF) polynomials. The product is aligned to Algebra standard A.APR.1. The scavenger hunt has 12 problems: 3 add, 3 subtract, 3 multiply, and 3 factor polynomials. Students will travel to vari

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This is a 12 question scavenger hunt activity on simplifying polynomial expressions. Problems include adding, subtracting, and multiplying polynomials. Multiplying includes distributing a monomial and multiplying binomials by both binomials and trinomials. Please check the preview for types of pr

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Scavenger Hunt and Activity Bundle

This is a great practice or review activity for algebra classes that almost runs itself! It allows students to get up, get active, work together to get better at factoring quadratic expressions into binomials.Included:20 different quadratic expressions to factor into binomialsAn answer sheet for stu

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This is another activity to get students out of their seats while they work.
For each problem, they are given a polynomial and one factor or zero. Their task is to finish factoring or solve the polynomial. The pages are in the order such that they make a loop after students have solved all the pro

Students will recognize and factor special case products, including Difference of Perfect Squares and Perfect Square Trinomials.This Scavenger Hunt Activity gets students up and moving while practicing their factoring skills!Directions, answer key & recording sheet included.

This activity allows students to practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, factoring, simplifying, and classifying polynomial expressions.
Prior to the activity, the problem pages should be posted around the classroom or in the hallway. Each student or group should be given a copy of the answer s

Post each page around the room. Students will start at whichever letter they would like. Then, each students will factor the expression at the top of the page. Once they have their answer, they will walk around the room looking for another page that has their answer on the bottom. Once they find

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This game is part of a BUNDLE: Algebra 1 curriculum BUNDLE with growing GAME PACKThis is a scavenger hunt containing 15 questions on Algebra Keystone Topic A1.1.1.5.2 Factoring Polynomials.This scavenger hunt covers GCF, trinomials with a = 1, the difference of squares and factoring completely.S

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Also included in: Algebra Factoring Polynomials Lesson Notes Practice Homework Quiz & Test

Do you need a fun way for students to practice factoring polynomials with minimal prep? The Factoring Polynomials All Types Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the cl

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I use Scavenger Hunts to review a lot of different subjects in my classes. This one reviews finding all the zeros (roots) of a polynomial function. There are 14 questions. Each is a polynomial of degree 3 or 4. The answers include rational, irrational, and complex roots. Some can be factored, bu

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Do you need a fun way for students to practice factoring by grouping with minimal prep? The Factor by Grouping Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classroom. Stud

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