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Factoring Trinomials (a > 1) Math Lib
Math lib activities are a class favorite! In this activity, students will practice factoring trinomials in which a > 1 as they rotate through 10 stations. Once factored, they determine which binomial represents one of the factors to the trinomial. The an

Factoring Trinomials (a = 1) Task Cards
Students will practice factoring trinomials (where a = 1) by working through these 24 task cards. Some trinomials include a greatest common factor. They can check their answers by scanning the QR code on each card. Connection to the internet is not require

Tired of boring worksheets? Get the students up and moving around with this scavenger hunt activity! This activity is on factoring quadratics with three terms when a = 1. My students love to be able to just get up, and this is the perfect way for them to practice factoring and be up moving about!
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These task cards meet Common Core State Standard A-SSE.3a Factor a quadratic expression to reveal the zeros of the function it defines.
There are 30 total task cards. Each card has a trinomial, with a =1, that needs to be factored. The last 6 cards have a GCF that needs to be factored first.
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The worksheet has steps, a guided fill in the blank example, and practice problems for factoring trinomials with a leading coefficient greater than 1. The method of grouping is used for the notes in this lesson.
*This product is offered as a part of a bundle (for a discounted price) which include

Factoring Trinomials TEKS Aligned: A10E
This is a fun activity for the student to practice factoring trinomials where a = 1. The student is given 3 different question paths and 24 rectangles to cut out. The top of the rectangle has the answer to the factoring question and the bottom of the rectangl

This product includes a "cheat sheet" to review students on factoring trinomials, nine practice problems, and a maze! Keys are included for all pages.
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Factoring Quadratics with a leading coefficient greater than 1 around Christmas time (Winter Break)? Add a little holiday spice to factoring practice with this Christmas-themed math activity.
Students factor 26 trinomials where a>1. Of course students would check the accuracy of their factori

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This riddle worksheet includes 16 problems where students factor trinomials with a leading coefficient. By solving the problems, students get the answer to the joke: "why was the cat so small?" (answer: Because it only drank condensed milk).
Now with supplemental materials for differentiated lea

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This editable foldable, factoring quadratic trinomials whose quadratic coefficient is 1 is a fun way for your students to take notes.
This foldable contains:
- guided steps to factoring trinomials whose quadratic coefficient is 1
- 4 example problems
- 4 "your turn" practice problems
- homework w

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Practice factoring trinomials with a leading coefficient equal to 1 with a Teacher Appreciation Twist. Humor Check: If the thought of telling a class, “In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, you all will be sending me thank you cards,” doesn’t make you smirk, you won’t like this product. (Don’t

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Factoring Trinomials (a > 1) Discovery Activity
Teaching factoring trinomials where a > 1 is so difficult. There are so many "methods" to teach this concept. I have taught them all and I have finally decided that the one method that is the most mathematical is the educated guess and check met

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This editable 2 tab foldable, factoring quadratic trinomials whose quadratic coefficient is greater than 1 is a fun way for your students to take notes.
This foldable contains:
- guided steps to factoring trinomials whose quadratic coefficient is greater than 1
- 4 example problems
- 2 "your turn

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This is a mini-bundle of 3 Factoring Trinomials where "a" is greater than 1 resources. These 3 resources make a perfect 2-day lesson plan for exploring, understanding and practicing with this difficult concept. The methodology taught here is that of the educated guess and check method based upon the

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Prepared Lessons on Factoring
Each lesson starts with a Do Now that relates to upcoming lesson. All the lessons present a visual approach to multiplying and factoring monomials and polynomials, which is based upon the area model of a rectangle.
Each lesson is a complete 45 minute lesson. The lesso

This lesson introduces the best method that I have seen for factoring trinomials in the form ax^2 + bx + c. Before learning this method, I had students factor these types of trinomials by grouping (sometimes referred to as the "a•c" method), or by trial and error. But many of my students get frustra

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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*
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Print each of the following pages on colored paper and hang ar

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This scavenger hunt is focused on factoring trinomials of the form x^2+bx+c. It includes problems where the GCF must be factored out first. A student answer sheet is included as well as directions and an answer key. Enjoy! :)

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With this purchase you will receive a two page resource for helping your students practice their factoring of trinomial skills.On one page, there are several trinomial equations where one half of the equations have been left blank. On the other page are all of the binomials mixed up. Students should

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Decoding the educational quote on this worksheet will allow students to self check their answers as they work.
Students will factor trinomials in which the "a" value is greater than one.
Any factoring method may be used to factor the 12 expressions on this worksheet.

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Magic square, 9 square puzzle, square puzzle, cut up whatever you call it these are a lot of fun for students. They solve each problem and match them to their corresponding answer to put the cut up square back together. In this matching square puzzle, students will be practicing factoring trinomails

5 days of notes
day 1 - factoring neg c; a = 1
day 2 - factoring pos c; a = 1
day 3 - factoring special cases
day 4- factoring neg c; a > 1
day 5 - factoring pos c; a >1
***purchase factor reference sheet too****
each day of notes has CCSSM, I can statement, Warm-Up questions, content/exampl

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Do you want your students to not only be able to factor trinomials, but also understand why it works? That's what I do when I first introduce factoring trinomials (a=1) with this lesson. The prerequisite skill needed by the students is multiplying polynomials.
A few years ago while lesson plann

Students multiply sets of two binomial factors together, and explain how they got the first, second and third term of the trinomial. The next five questions prompt students to discover how the factors are related to its product.

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Magic square, 9 square puzzle, square puzzle, cut up whatever you call it these are a lot of fun for students. They solve each problem and match them to their corresponding answer to put the cut up square back together.
In this matching square puzzle, students will be practicing factoring trinomia

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Factoring Trinomials where a > 1 TEKS Aligned: A10E
This is a double-sided notes page that helps the students factor a trinomial where a > 1 intuitively. There are no tricks here or methods other than observing the values of a and c in the trinomial. The notes begin by asking the student wh

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Factoring Trinomials (a > 1) Practice
This is double-sided practice page used for independent practice covering factoring trinomials that have an "a" value that is greater than one. Both pages contain 6 questions.
The first page contains only factors in the answer that have the same sign. This

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A great partner activity that has students match up factoring problems with the answers. This serves as a great self check too! Students will cut and paste the problem and answer on the sheet provided so that it will also be easy to grade! A more exciting activity than the average worksheet!
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Have you taught factoring time and time again, but it doesn't seem to be sinking in? Try this method using product and addition X's and grouping to teach factoring. It never fails, there are no "shortcuts" or "tricks" and works with any a value. Students will learn and understand factoring with this

The worksheet has steps, a guided fill in the blank example, and practice problems for factoring trinomials with a leading coefficient of 1. The method of grouping is used for the notes in this lesson.
*This product is offered as a part of a bundle (for a discounted price) which includes 6 other

For more information, please visit: https://sites.google.com/site/hcresources2015/
- Nicely made practice sheets. It contains more than 100 practice sheets.
- Answers are provided for each practice sheet to make checking and grading easier.
- Questions are arranged from easy to hard on each pract

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Students are given 24 trinomial cards (a=1), all with the solutions on the back of each card. Students work in groups where one student begins as the 'group expert'. He picks one of the cards and shows the trinomial to the rest of the group while only he can see the worked out solution. As the group

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This is a set of 20 task cards and a recording sheet with room to solve each problem. Fifteen questions are factoring trinomials, and 5 questions are solving equations by factoring the trinomial. There are QR codes on each card for self checking. Print one card per page and use for stations, or prin

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Factoring Trinomials, Algebra. ax2+bx+c, a=1
Solve to find a hidden fun fact! Simple, no prep way to practice factoring trinomials.
This would also be a great tool for homework.
Common Core:
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.HSA.APR.B.3
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.HSA.APR.A.1
More resources available:
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This EMOJI Activity is part of:
☑ 2017 Google Interactive Membership {GROWING BUNDLE} - Current & Future Products
This ❤ Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of "Factoring Trinomials where "a" is 1 and there is no GCF - CHALLENGING Activity". This is a BLENDED Activity where

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Students will factor 24 trinomials where the leading coefficient is equal to one (a = 1) to reveal the mystery drawing. This activity is suitable as introductory practice or for students needing basic reinforcement for factoring trinomials. I consider this a Level 1 in difficulty for factoring, per

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Factoring Trinomials a=1 & a>1 Hex Games
This document contains two games that reinforce the concept of factoring trinomials. Game 1 focuses on trinomials where a=1 and Game 2 focuses on trinomials where a>1. Games are played with a partner.
This game is similar to the Hex board game and

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Included in this bundle is everything you will need to teach and your students to learn and practice factoring trinomials with a lead coefficient of 1.
This bundle includes:
Introduction Lesson Plan
Group Expert Activity
Problem Trains
Four in a Row Game
Escape Room: The Three Little

Practice factoring trinomials with a leading coefficient greater than 1 with a Teacher Appreciation Twist. Humor Check: If the thought of telling a class, “In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, you all will be sending me thank you cards,” doesn’t make you smirk, you won’t like this product. (Do

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This worksheet is a fun way for students to practice factoring trinomials in the form of ax^2 + bx + c. All the "a" terms are greater than 1. Students use one binomial factor to eliminate a choice until they solve the mystery.
The answers sheet is included.
Also included is a historical fact s

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Instead of handing out another worksheet for review, use task cards to motivate students at their own pace. I use task cards in my math lab classes. Task cards makes differentiating easier. I can use them to target learning objectives for my struggling students.
This product includes factoring tri

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With this purchase you will receive the following:
Example notes of factoring trinomials with a lead coefficient of 1.
Problem train activity with 18 problems.
Exit ticket of 4 problems as formative assessment.
How to complete a problem train activity:
On one side of the card is a problem and on t

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In this escape room, your students are the little pigs trying to find shelter from the big bad wolf. Can they break-in to the brick house before it's too late? Students will factor trinomials with a lead coefficient of 1 to solve the puzzles.
I know that escape rooms can be expensive to create

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Factoring Trinomials, a = 4, questions and answers.

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Factoring Trinomials a = 1 with answers

Polynomials and Factoring (Algebra 1 Curriculum - Unit 7)
This bundle contains notes, homework assignments, three quizzes, a study guide and a unit test that cover the following topics:
• Classifying Polynomials
• Adding and Subtracting Polynomials
• Multiplying Monomial x Polynomial
• Multiplyi

Factoring Trinomials (when a > 1) Battleship Partner Activity
In this activity, each partner has a board with 36 binomials. They must choose 15 boxes to mark with a dry erase marker or cover with place chips. These are their "battleships". Each partner also has a list of 18 trinomials in whic

Factoring Trinomials Coloring Activity
Students will practice factoring trinomials through this coloring activity. This activity includes two versions so you can choose the one that fits best with your planning:
Version 1: Trinomials where a = 1
Version 2: Trinomials where a > 1
Each vers

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Sometimes students will take 20 minutes to do what should only take a 2 or 3. To help show students that multiplying binomials and factoring trinomials should be quick and easy, I use speed drills in my classroom.
There are 5 drills on:
1. Multiplying binomials.
2. Mutliplying binomials (mixed

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This set of task card focuses on factoring trinomials with a variety of leading coefficients. 28 cards come in both color and black in white. Use for warm ups, exit tickets, homework, or stations! Task cards are also great to use as a math center or review game before a factor

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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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