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When students begin learning how to factor trinomials, trying all of the possibilities on paper gets frustrating. With these puzzles, students can move around the possible terms in the two binomials until they find the combination that produces the given trinomial. Great for the hands-on learner!
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Students will cut apart triangles with trinomials and their factored forms around the side. This could also be used as a project to use the distributive property (FOIL) to match the expression to the product of binomials. All problems and answers face to the inside of the triangle. Students will hav
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Factoring Trinomials - Puzzle Pack This activity includes two different puzzles - ones with the leading coefficient equal to 1, and the other with the leading coefficient greater than 1. You can even combine the two for an extra challenge! Students will solve each trinomial and find the two binomia
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This activity is practice for factoring trinomials. After factoring the trinomial, students must match up the answers with the correct factors, creating a new 4x4 puzzle that they can then paste onto the answer sheet. Using the answer sheet is optional; I sometimes just have my students paste the a
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No matter if you are teaching factoring or multiplying binomials, this puzzle is a fun way for your students to practice their skills.
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This is a puzzle where students match a trinomial (leading coefficient of 1) with its factored form.
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The students cut out the squares and reorder them so that the binomials are touching its equivalent trinomial.
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This activity helps students practice factoring trinomials: 5 problems have a leading coefficient of one and 4 problems have a leading coefficient greater than one. It’s best if students work in small groups or in pairs. Even if you are having each student work on their own sheet individually, they
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This puzzle contains 18 problems: Questions 1-4: Greatest Common Factor Questions 5-8: Factoring out a Common Binomial/ 4 Terms Questions 9- 12: Trinomials in the Form x^2 + bx + c Questions 13-16: Trinomials in the Form ax^2 + bx + c Questions 17- 18: Special Products This is a GREAT way to revie
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Factoring trinomials using the X-Box method is the best strategy I have found to teach this concept. This worksheet has 3 pages of x-box puzzles for students to solve before learning how to factor trinomials. An answer key is also included. Download the preview file to see exactly what you will get
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This 31-question puzzle provides students with practice factoring trinomials. Question 1-12 are in the for x^2 + bx + c and questions 13-31 are in the form ax^2 + bx + c. You will receive: • 4 pages worth of puzzle pieces • Student Recording Sheet • Answer Key • Directions/ photo of the final prod
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Each strip is a unique puzzle that contains 4 quadratic expressions in both standard form and factored form, including difference of squares and trinomials (a=1 and a>1). I have my students cut the squares out and match the standard form and the factored form of the same quadratic together, and
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Factoring Trinomials Review Puzzle- This is an activity that I use during my Algebra 1 class when we are reviewing factoring trinomials. The students are given the product as a trinomial, and they must factor them to then match them up with the factors (binomials) on a seperate sheet of paper. The
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This 8- question miniature puzzle, provides students with practice solving quadratic equations by factoring. The problems are organized as follows: • Questions 1- 2: Binomials/ Greatest Common Factor • Questions 3- 4: Trinomials (a = 1) • Questions 5- 8: Trinomials (a > 1) Works great as a cla
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This is a set of pages on factoring trinomials. The first page has trinomials where a=1. The second page has trinomials where a is a number. The 3rd form has students factor special case trinomials. There are 3 slides plus directions on how to use the resource. This is a digital version of Factorin
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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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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
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This is a puzzle task designed for students who are just learning and need practice factoring trinomials in the form of x^2 + bx + c. You will out the mini-cards of 24 binomials - all different from (x +1), (x - 1), ... (x - 12). I would print on colored cardstock and cut before hand. You will
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This worksheet is a fun way for your students to practice factoring trinomials! Students factor trinomials and match them to the correct factors to reveal the answer to a riddle, so students will know right away if they've solved correctly! The file contains the student worksheet and teacher answer
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This is a 24 card puzzle of squares that contain perfect square trinomials and differences of squares in their standard form and factored form. This puzzle becomes a 4 by 6 grid. I would print on cardstock, laminate, and then cut. You may also want to number the cards to make complete sets. M
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This puzzle activity is a fun and engaging way for students to practice the skills of factoring trinomials. Each puzzle piece corresponds to a problem number and has a matching answer on the template. Their goal for this activity is to put the picture puzzle together by correctly factoring trinomial
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Factoring Trinomials and Multiplying Binomials Puzzle This puzzle can be used as practice for factoring trinomials (all of these have a leading coefficient of 1) or as practice for multiplying binomials. Students pick an expression on any puzzle piece. Students will find the piece with the equivale
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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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Includes: - Get Ready for Factoring - Brain Teaser (A great way for kids to start thinking about finding 2 numbers which multiply to one number and add to another) - Factoring Race - A fun physical activity where kids will have to factor trinomials as a team! - Factoring BINGO - Identifying Types o
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Factoring Trinomials Magic Square: 2 Puzzles Included! Magic Squares are square grids with a special arrangement of numbers in them. These numbers are special because every row and column adds up to the same number. In this activity, students select the best answer for each of the terms in the Tri
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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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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
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This multiple choice puzzle will offer practice on factoring trinomials where all 3 terms are positive, and the leading coefficient is 1. When students factor the trinomial and choose the correct response, they will be completing a fact about the NCAA Final Four. Included is a back side for students
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Check out this pattern puzzle for classifying expressions as differences of two squares, GCF, trinomial a=1, trinomial when a is not 1, sum/difference of cubes, and grouping. Students can work individually or in small groups to identify the cards by the type of factoring. You can choose to have the
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I created this cross-number puzzle to introduce my students to the concept of factoring quadratic trinomials. First, we reviewed how to multiply using FOIL (double distributive), then went into this puzzle. My students were engaged and they felt like they were solving puzzles instead of solving mat
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This is a puzzle task designed for students who are learning and need practice factoring trinomials in the form of ax^2 + bx + c. You will out the mini-cards of 24 binomials - all different from (x +1), (x - 1), ... (x - 12). I would print on colored cardstock and cut before hand. You will then
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This puzzle can be used as a review after teaching factoring of polynomials y=ax^2+bx+c with a=1. It also contains difference of squares and perfect square trinomials that must be factored. Once students correctly match the polynomial to its factored form, they decode the message "This work is right
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Students will practice factoring trinomials in this fun puzzle worksheet. This is self-checking and requires no prep. Directions: Find the factors of the first trinomial and place the letter in the first space. Find the factors of the trinomial above the factors of the first trinomial and place th
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I decided that the best way to teach students how to factor trinomials is to TRICK THEM!! All I told my students before beginning this important factoring lesson was, “Today let’s switch gears and just do some fun puzzles!” (insert cheering) We did the first 5 puzzles together. The only rule to t
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This crossword puzzle includes the following vocabulary terms: • Binomial • Degree • Difference of Two Squares • Perfect Square Trinomial • Polynomial • Standard Form • Trinomial • Factoring • Greatest Common Factor • FOIL This is also included in my: Algebra 1 Crossword Puzzle Bundle Check out
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This self-checking inspirational quote puzzle involves factoring 12 trinomial squares. Some exercises require factoring out the GCF first. The answer key is included.
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Students will practice factoring trinomials. This worksheet is self checking - answers are in a box at the bottom and students will use the description next to the answer to draw emojis in the circles. Kids of all ages - even high school! - love coloring and emojis. Don't forget to earn TPT credi
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This worksheet is a fun way for your students to practice factoring trinomials with a fun Wintertime Theme! Students match the problems with the solutions so they will know right away if they've solved correctly because of the puzzle! The file contains the student worksheet and teacher answer key.
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Piece together this game board by matching each equation with it's factored form. OR piece together by FOILing then matching its equation. Students can work on this game in pairs, or individually. If students are stuck, remind them that some of the pieces are corner pieces (only have 2 expression
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A 3 worksheet package that includes directions, answer key, basic, intermediate and advanced activities that help students master multiplying and dividing trinomials. This activity is designed to extend student thinking and develop deeper understanding. These activities can be used for any and all
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This is a double-sided worksheet used to prepare students to factor trinomials where a = 1. The student is given 2 numbers and asked to find their sum and their product. After the student masters this concept, they are given different information such as one of the numbers and the sum or one of the
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Factoring out Greatest Common Factors (GCF) from Polynomials In my classroom, I found that some of my students needed more practice finding greatest common factors of polynomials and also, figuring out what was left when they were factored out. I made this activity as a more interesting way for t
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A 3 worksheet package that includes directions, answer key, basic, intermediate and advanced activities that help students master multiplying and dividing trinomials. This activity is designed to extend student thinking and develop deeper understanding. These activities can be used for any and all
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Students cut out the 12 pieces and then glue them back together by matching the edges. Factoring problems include GCF, trinomials with leading coefficient equal to 1, and difference of perfect squares. The teacher can make the students either factor to match the pieces or multiple to match them.
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Factoring by Grouping Practice Activity After teaching factoring by grouping I found that my students needed more practice with the concept. I made this activity for my Math Lab students who struggle with more complex concepts of Algebra. There are 8 questions that the students are to factor by g
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Get your students ready for Algebra and Factoring Trinomials!! These puzzles are a way to get your students practicing their multiplication facts and addition facts in a problem solving way. The underlying idea behind these 8 puzzles is factoring trinomials but the students don't need to know that
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This folder contains 28 Algebra Worksheets. Purchased individually these worksheets would cost more than \$40. Visit my store https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Volunteacher to see more detail on each individual worksheet. Included are: Alien Math Simplifying Rational Expressions with Compl
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Factoring Practice - Factor all types of polynomials: These worksheets will help your students practice factoring polynomials. This is the DISCOUNTED full set of 7 GridWords puzzles for factoring. The sheets can also be purchased individually. Each focuses on a different type of factoring: #1 -
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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up number sense! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has left six messages, layered with algebra. Teams will work to build a case and present their findings to the court. Hop
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A Valentines Day activity for students learning either factoring with a leading coefficient of one, the FOIL method, or both. This activity is also ideal for a review for students who have already taken Algebra I. Students refine their skills dealing with factoring and the FOIL method but also thei
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