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This is a FUN factoring review that I use with my Algebra 1 classes. The worksheet includes 16 factoring problems that increase in difficulty. I've also included two designs/answer keys. This way students can work in pairs. They work the same problems, but will end up with different designs.
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This is a review of all types of factoring -- greatest common factors, factor by grouping, difference of squares, perfect square trinomials, regular trinomials, and problems with a combination of methods. It is designed after the TV game show Family Feud. My students really like this review!
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This is a great walk through lesson that introduces the students to Prime and Composite numbers. This also reviews how we use factors to find out if a number is prime or composite! There are examples and even a guide to help when numbers start to get bigger, to help label them prime or composite!

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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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This is a crash course on factoring. I use this with pre-calc students who need a fast review on factoring before the identity unit in trig. I wouldn't say this could be a whole unit plan for students first learning factoring, but it could be supplementary material. A good 1-2 week recap of previous

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This is a holiday-themed Factoring Review Color By Number worksheet. There are 15 problems involving multiplying polynomials, factoring, and factoring by special products. The students solve the problems on the worksheet, locate their answer on the Rudolph & Hermie picture, and color the pictur

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Algebra Factoring Review 6 Practice Reviews or Tests with 150 different questions.
These tests and reviews are appropriate for Algebra 1, 2, College Algebra, or dual enrollment. Included are six different tests or reviews on factoring.
Each assessment includes 25 well chose

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Playing a game of Tic Tac Toe is a great way to review topics! Students work together in pairs to complete 16 questions.
This one reviews all types of Factoring. The problems vary in degree of difficulty, but include greatest common factors, difference of squares, perfect square trinomials, and mul

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This is an Algebra 1 Common Core Two Day Review Lesson on Factoring. Students will review how to factor expressions. Types of factoring reviewed include: Greatest Common Factor (GCF), Difference of Two Squares, Trinomials with a leading coefficient of 1, Grouping, and Factoring Completely. The rev

This is a review game played in teams of four reviewing all types of factoring. There are 7 rounds and the rounds increase in difficulty. Topics covered in each round: factoring out the GCF (2 rounds), factoring a difference of two squares (1 round), factoring a trinomial where a = 1 (2 rounds), fac

This PowerPoint presentation can serve as either a review or quiz. It reviews prime numbers, prime factorization, factors, multiples, and multiplication rules. There is also an extra set of questions similar to the first that can serve as homework or a review for another day.

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Factoring/ Quadratic Equation Common Core Review Sheet. This sheet is in line with the NYS Common Core Module 4 standards.

Students will factor quadratic equations. Types of factoring problems include common factors, perfect square binomials, and ax2 trinomials.

This is a fun activity which involves playing Popcorn game while reviewing factoring. It covers factoring GCF, by grouping, difference of two squares, difference/sum of two cubes, and 3 terms. Student will throw a Koosh ball or a softball at the smartboard to pop a kernel. Then, this kernel will

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This factoring review manipulative serves as a good review of Greatest Common Factor (GCF), Difference of Two Squares, Sum of Two Cubes, Difference of Two Cubes, and Trial and Error. Students have answers in front of them, but the distractors make it difficult for them to quickly choose unless they

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The home screen lists numbers 1-12 and teams can choose what number to start with. Click on the number and a problem shows up. Students work the problem. Click again and the answer appears. In the bottom right corner, click 'Home' and it takes you back to the main screen. I use this in many differen

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Similar to a jeopardy game, students can review and practice their factoring skills. The five categories of the game are GCF, difference of squares, perfect square trinomials, trinomials and Lizzie's method.
Perfect for use with dry erase boards and markers, students can play in groups or individu

This factoring review covers all special cases (difference of perfect squares, difference and sum of perfect cubes, perfect square trinomials) as well as regular trinomial factoring and factor by grouping four-term polynomials. Hidden examples of factoring a GCF first as well in each section to ensu

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A single sheet that reviews GCF using number pairs, simplifying fractions, and word problems.
It's a single review sheet with an answer key. What you see in the thumbnails, is what you get.
Great for reviewing this concept!
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This is a color by numbers activity. Please see preview file for examples.
The color by numbers reveals a hidden picture.
Please see my other listings for more great lessons.

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Aligned with Common Core Standards. This worksheet provides a review of factoring: Taking out the GCF and factoring trinomials (a=1).

Enjoy this mystery picture that reviews prime factorization. The students will solve over 30 questions and then color the answers in on a grid. The picture of the turkey will appear when the students have finished. Answer keys included!
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This worksheet works on helping the students determine which method should be used to factor the 14 expressions. It is a multiple choice worksheet. I am offering my students extra credit to factor each one.
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Every year, because I get a blend of students from different Algebra 1 teachers, I find I have to review how to factor polynomials and trinomials in my Geometry classes.
On the first day of review for Geometry students, I do primarily GCF factoring, and focus on the meaning of the verb factor, whic

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Mixed Factoring Review
Factoring by GCF, Grouping, x2+bx+c, ax2+bx+c, difference of squares, and perfect squares!
Print, Laminate, students solve! And they ask to play again!
Students each solve one of three unique problems, check their answers and solve another! Can easily be made into a game.

Review sheet for finding greatest common factor and a practice sheet. Also included is an example page for filling out the notes and an answer key. This is part of the Adding Subtracting Multiplying Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers Unit Bundle.

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I use this review sheet in my Geometry class at the end of the year to review Algebra I before the students move on to Algebra II. However, this can be used in Algebra I as a review before a test or Algebra II at the beginning of the year.
This review consists of 16 questions:
-Questions 1-6 are fa

This factoring review worksheet is formatted through Google Sheets and ready for Google Classroom!
Problems are already on the sheet. Students will put their answer in the yellow box. If their answer is correct, the box will turn green. Boxes are formatted to accept either answer in each box, so

This worksheet can be used as a review or as a quiz. Students will be able to practice their exponent and prime factorization skills.

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This is a review test for factoring polynomials. The test is timed for 40 minutes. Students trade tests and mark each others with teacher guidance.
Works really well - esp. if you give the class the impression that this is a large pop quiz that will be counted.

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This is a set of lessons to review factors, common factors, and greatest common factors. These lesson are great for small group, remediation, and whole group instructions (as a review.) The lessons were written with the understanding that factors have been taught but the students may need addition

Every year, when it comes time for my Geometry students to factor a basic polynomial, I have to reteach the concept. Instead of just assuming they know it, I've created a plan to help them review factoring, yet I combine it with other skills they've learned in Geometry so that it's integrated toget

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This review includes: problems for factoring out using GCF, factoring trinomials, factoring binomials, factoring trinomials that have a leading coefficient greater than one. This can be used as a end of the unit review to help make sure students are fully understanding the different ways to factor.

Every year, because I get a blend of students from different Algebra 1 teachers, I find I have to review how to factor polynomials and trinomials in my Geometry classes.
On the first day of review for Geometry students, I do primarily GCF factoring, and focus on the meaning of the verb factor, whic

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Factoring Review - Jeopardy
This review is a great way for students to collaborate and work together. It covers the following topics:
• Factoring GCF
• Factoring Trinomials
• Solving Quadratic Equations
• Difference of Squares
There is also a column of "miscellaneous" which is a mixture of ma

This product is a fun and self-checking way of reviewing factoring methods and the solving of polynomials by factoring.
The back story for the 1 or 2 day activity, is that a number of priceless pictures have been turned into puzzles and locked away with a combination that only Algebra Scholars can

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This worksheet is designed to replace a lecture on the topic of factoring trinomials. This is the third day of a three-day sequence. In my experience, students of very mixed and diverse ability levels all become successful with factoring trinomials with these three days of practice.
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This worksheet is designed to replace an introductory lecture on factoring trinomials. Before using this worksheet, students should have a good understanding of how to factor out the GCF of a polynomial.
I start out class with a 15-minute "mini-lesson," giving my students some basic examples of wh

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This worksheet is designed to replace a lecture on the topic of factoring trinomials using an area model. In my experience, students of very mixed abilities all become successful with this method after a few days of practice, which is why this is second in a series of three days of factoring.
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This is 1/3 of a sheet of paper I photocopy for my students in lieu of having them copy examples of factoring trinomials.
Back in the day, I used to try to give a thorough lecture on every topic I taught: I did at least three examples (a medium-difficulty problem first, then a simple problem to rei

The students will have 9 rational function problems to factor using the greatest common factor as well as two sets of parentheses. The students will have to match the problem to the factored answer in the middle column and then the final, simplified answer in the last column. This could be used as

This power point lesson is designed for Algebra II students. It reviews all factoring learned in Algebra I.

One side is unsupported - students must find the factors on their own. The other side is a matching activity.
This could be given as a two-sided review or individualized based on skill level.

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This set includes three versions of a Factoring worksheet with answer keys. Each worksheet has ten questions, one of which is a word problem.

This review game is a fun way to practice LCM and GCF before a quiz. It includes a link to a video definition of what multiples are and two interactive dice games. My fifth graders LOVED using this as a practice before the quiz. The principal loved it, too!

This is a review activity that a student can do independently or with a partner to review their knowledge of factors.
It is aligned with the Common Core Standards.

24 factoring problems using the following methods: greatest common factor, factoring quadratic trinomials when the leading coefficient equals 1 and when it is greater than 1, factoring four terms by grouping, difference of squares, sum or difference of cubes and perfect square trinomials. The proble

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Trinomial Factoring Bingo Game
Review Factoring
Richard Tipton

This review was created using smart notebook software. This review covers all types of factoring. Factoring by GCF, difference of perfect squares, difference/sum of perfect cubes, factoring trinomials with a=1 and when a does not equal 1, and factoring by grouping. I use this review before the facto

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I made this worksheet to help my students review greatest common factor, and I included an example to help my students who need a visual reminder.

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This sheet practices solving quadratic equations by using all methods of factoring.

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The students in my class have been struggling with simplifying fractions. I created this as an intervention for my lower students to help them get used to listing the factors of a given number. The students must list the factors in order, and then identify if the number is prime, composite or neit

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