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This is a maze composed of 15 Quadratic Equations that must be solved by factoring. It is a self-checking worksheet that allows students to strengthen their skills at solving Quadratic Equations by factoring.Not all boxes are used in the maze to prevent students from just figuring out the correct ro

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Also included in: Factoring Polynomials & Solving Quadratic Equations Bundle

Students never get enough practice factoring, but now they can! Students will need to factor many problems just to solve the maze, The Factor Maze has 2 Mazes: (ax^2 + bx + c), and Rational Expression Maze 1) Factoring Maze: Start at the top left hand corner, and solve the maze by factoring every

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Students never get enough practice factoring, but now they can! Students will need to factor at least 20 problems just to solve the maze, but most students will end up solving all 50! The Factor Maze has 3 Mazes: Easy (x^2 + bx + c), Medium (ax^2 + bx + c), and Hard (which includes Greatest Common F

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Try a fun maze activity with your students for factoring difference of perfect squares. Students will need to find a path from the starting line to the finish line through all the expressions that can be factored by difference of perfect squares. The expressions range from easy, x^2-9, to more diffi

In this activity, students will solve for the missing scale factor using diagrams.
Fun, quick way to check students understanding of finding scale factor! Great for test reviews or for substitute plans!
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The Prime Factorization Maze Activity is a fun and engaging activity for students to practice calculating products from given prime factorizations. Students begin with the problem located at the START. The answer they calculate will determine which path they take to reach the FINISH. Students can an

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I use this maze in algebra 1 & algebra 2 to review factoring. Problems include GCF only, difference of perfect squares, perfect square trinomials, trinomials with coefficients of 1 and other that 1 as well as some that include more than one step. Advanced students will be able to only work the

Algebra Factoring Maze
This file contains one interactive page that your students can use to practice factoring trinomials. Students should be able to factor trinomials with a value of a greater than one in order to successfully complete this maze.
I have also included a paper copy that you can us

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Also included in: Algebra One Bundle - Second Semester (Radicals, Factoring, Rational, etc)

This set of mazes will give our students practice identifying the greatest common factors of a set of 2 numbers or a set of 3 numbers. They will enjoy that it is a maze and not just another worksheet. Great for homework, bell work, fast finisher, or any other type of practice.Included in this resour

Also included in: Fractions Maze Bundle

Students never get enough practice factoring, but now they can! Students will need to factor at least 8 problems just to solve the maze, but most students will end up solving all 20! The Factor Maze has 3 Mazes: Easy (x^2 + bx + c), Medium (ax^2 + bx + c), and Hard (which includes Greatest Common Fa

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In this self-checking greatest common factor activity students will have to use their knowledge of how to find the GCF to work their way through a maze.Important InformationNot all boxes are used in the maze to prevent students from just figuring out the correct route. Students will have to successf

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Also included in: Greatest Common Factor & Least Common Multiple Bundle

The Factoring Maze Runner truly saves you time!
This maze is a fun way to assess your student's ability to factor!
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Enter the maze at the bottom and exit at the top. Draw the path through the maze, such that it passes through all the trinomials. Retracing your path is allowed. Factor each trinomial and show your work on the back or in the margins. The winner will be the mathlete who has factored every trinomi

In this activity, students have to solve 25 greatest common factor (GCF) problems. Once they have solved the problem, they shade some squares on a blank grid. The squares to shade are in the question, and the location of the squares is given by the answer. Once all the questions are answered, and al

Students will complete a maze by solving equations (factoring). There are multiple paths to take for each question. Students must get the right answers to complete the maze correctly.

We suggest laminating this maze so that students can write on it with a dry erase marker. You may pair students in groups of two or have them work on this individually. We love this activity because it is a quick way to check for understanding. Start at the arrow and factor each equation. The answer

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Determining all the factor pairs of a whole number is important for students. These factor mazes give students a fun, authentic way to practice finding factors for numbers. The numbers included are 24, 30, 36, 40, 42, 48, 54, 56, 60, 70, 72, 80, 84, 90, 96, and 100. Although these 16 mazes can be

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Ten prime factorization problems to solve to get through the maze. Work space provided with the prime factorization of 100 for an example shown.

This is a great way to have your students practice factoring! All problems have a = 1. Students solve the problem on the first card and then find the answer on the top left of another card. If students solve all problems correctly they will end on the card they started! I usually hang these up aro

Don't let the document scare you! It's actually pretty easy to follow. Click on the download preview to see the maze and a completed sheet.
Students will start in the top left corner and complete the problem in the box. They then have two answers to choose from, each with a letter corresponding to

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Summer Packet for 5th going into 6th!Summer Packet: This summer packet is for students to review skills in the summer vacation between fifth and sixth grade! In order to prevent the 'summer slide', this NO PREP packet includes TEN WEEKS of fun summer math and ELA printables for you to print and send

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Summer Packet for 3rd going into 4th!Summer Packet: This summer packet is for students to review skills in the summer vacation between third and fourth grade! In order to prevent the 'summer slide', this NO PREP packet includes TEN WEEKS of fun summer math and ELA printables for you to print and sen

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