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Objective:The student will be able to factor perfect square trinomials.
This a power Point Presentation about factoring perfect square trinomials.

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This is a no prep, print and go set of pages on factoring two kinds of special case polynomials (perfect square trinomials and difference of two squares)
Page 1: Graphic Organizer
Walk students through factoring special case polynomials (perfect square trinomials & difference between two square

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This dominos activity is used to cover factoring special cases. These problems are used to practice basic factoring skills. Give each student or group/pair of students a set of the dominos. I usually print them on cards stock and put them in Ziploc bags. Use the original copy to check the student

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Factoring special cases can get boring, or repetitious pretty quick for the students. That is why I created this puzzle. They do not mind going through the motions because they know there is a rewarding chuckle waiting for them at the end.
Punchline: It is a shame that they will never meet

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This is a complete lesson plan on factoring perfect square trinomials and factoring the difference of two squares. This lesson follows the Factoring Trinomials lesson, which is also posted in my TpT Store.
This lesson includes a warm-up, minilesson with guided steps through the process, examples,

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Factoring Special Cases Word Search
* 25 math terms to find in this word search puzzle!
* Your students will reinforce and learn from finding these words.
* Students LOVE these word searches and know how to use them.
* GREAT FILLER ACITIVTY while learning math terms.
* For all ages and levels.

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Students are given the scavenger hunt worksheet and grouped into 3's or 4's. They will be assigned 10 problems that will be posted around the classroom. They have to write down the problem in the appropriate column and factor the problem. They will write the factors in the factors column. The answer

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This packet contains 7 worksheets and 2 quizzes (and 1 re-quiz) focusing on the factoring polynomials:
1. Worksheet #1: Factoring monomials & finding the GCF of monomials
2. Worksheet #2: Factoring binomials by finding the GCF
3. Worksheet #3: Factoring 4-term polynomials (Factoring by Group

This Smart Notebook file will guide you through teaching the students to factor the special cases of trinomial squares and the difference of two squares.
It is built on the area model for multiplying. Prior to using this lesson students should be familiar with multiplying binomials using the area

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This is a card sort to provide practice and differentiated instruction for factoring the special cases of polynomials. Includes difference of squares, difference of cubes, sum of cubes, and grouping. Can print on different colored paper. Includes answer key.

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This worksheet contains 14 factoring problems. The problems are mixed up to include greatest common factor, trinomials grouping, difference of squares, and the sum and difference of cubes.
Some problems have 1 variable while other problems challenge students to think about multiple variables.

This is Factoring Special Case Quadratics. This is a game of Tic-Tac-Toe with factoring Difference of Two Squares and Perfect Square Trinomials. Included is a game sheet for each student and an answer key. Group students in pairs, and give each pair one Tic-Tac-Toe sheet. Students will choose to

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The video and set of guided notes can be used to flip a classroom. The Flipped Classroom model is a wonderful way for students to receive the needed assistance during class time.

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This video was created using smart notebook software, but plays on Windows Media Player. This video walks through several examples of how to factor perfect square trinomials, difference of perfect squares, and difference or sum of perfect cubes. This video is great for students who have been absent,

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These Algebra notes templates are formatted as Cornell notes. They include the title of each lesson, the learning target, the two-column format, and a summary section. These notes give students definitions of key terms, detailed steps, and example problems. Each template follows the “I do, you do” f

Included in this game are 12 multiplying binomial problems and 12 polynomial answers. Students are to match the binomial to the equivalent polynomial. You can use this for multiplying binomial special cases or factoring special cases. Students can work individually, in pairs or in groups.
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This 18- question sorting activity, provides students with practice identifying perfect- square trinomials and difference of two squares. Students will cut & paste each strip onto the sorting mat to classify as a perfect- square trinomial, the difference of two squares, or neither. Students wi

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This is a 47 page Smartboard lesson explaining how to factor special cases. The difference of two squares & perfect square trinomials with and without a coefficient of 1. This lesson guides you step by step explaining along the way. There are plenty of practice pages and as always they do includ

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I Have, Who Has is a review game that is beginning to take over the classroom. It is used to practice a variety of skills or review basic concepts.
This game focuses on the skill of factoring trinomials with special cases.
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- Deck Contains 24 individual cards
Thank you for downloading

It seems that the hardest thing for the students, when it comes to factoring by special cases, is recognizing when a polynomial is a special case. This puzzle only asks the students to identify which polynomials are special cases, and have a little chuckle at the end.
Punchline: The Romans didn't

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This lesson is designed for algebra students enrolled in algebra one and/or algebra two. It contains notes, vocabulary, directions, TI-84 calculator directions, and examples.

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Multiply binomials, including conjugates and squaring binomials. Factor quadratics including perfect square trinomials, difference of two squares, and prime quadratics.

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PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT!!!!
FACTORING TWO TERMS (Special Cases)
This worksheet drills the understanding of factoring two terms.
Difference of two squares (with linear, quadratic, or cubic factors)
Sum of two squares
Difference of two cubes
Sum of two cubes
GCF has to be used in some cases before

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This is a factoring trinomials special cases (difference of squares) RIDDLE worksheet. All difference of squares14 problemsSome problems with 2 variablesA version without the riddle is includedMore trinomials and factoring activitiesThis product is included in the Factoring Trinomials Bundle** If y

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