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Multiplying Polynomials (FOIL) Coloring Activity
This is a coloring activity, with a space theme, to practice multiplying binomial x binomial and binomial x trinomial. There are two problems per each question number. Students find the product of both problems, then find the sum or difference of e

Given polynomial side lengths, students find areas and perimeters of rectangles while practicing polynomial multiplication and addition. Students are also asked to evaluate their expressions given a value of x. This polynomial activity links what students already know about finding areas to working

Now with TWO options!!!
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• Monomial x Monomial
• Monomial x Polynomial
• Binomial x Binomial
I have also included the power point that I used when teaching this lesson. It has the exact same questions as the foldable as well as some extra interactive practice problems (using Turnining Te

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Multiplying Polynomials Maze with Differentiated Levels
Students will MULTIPLY POLYNOMIALS to solve this fun maze. This resource includes three levels of difficulty to allow for differentiated instruction.
Level 1: Coefficients are equal to 1, e

This is a bundle of 3 sets of task cards. The task cards included are: adding and subtracting polynomials, multiplying binomials, and multiplying polynomials. Each set is available in color AND black and white. To view previews and read product descriptions please view the links below:

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Looking for a new way to assess mastery of a concept? Why not try a maze?
Students will start the activity at the "START" arrow and continue through the maze until they reach the “END” space multiplying polynomials the entire way!
I have included a color copy (if you would prefer to laminate th

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This is a game I put together to review multiplying polynomials. This file includes 25 different BINGO cards and the answers to all of the problems used in the game. Students complete their charts, practicing multiplying binomials with binomials and binomials with trinomials. Once students have c

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This 20 question game of MATHO reviews the following skills:
*Simplifying Polynomials
*Adding Polynomials
*Subtracting Polynomials
*Multiplying (Monomial x Monomial, Monomial x Polynomial, Binomial x Binomial)
I used this in my grade 8 mathematics class to review before a quiz.
There are 30 pre-m

Included in this set are 30 task cards on multiplying polynomials, a student answer sheet, and an answer key. These cards are all short answer questions. Students are given a two polynomials and asked to simplify. I have found that the easiest way to use the cards are to cut out the set and laminat

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Multiplying Polynomials - Golf Game:
This is a fun way to work through practice problems with multiplying polynomial expressions. (including monomials, binomials, trinomials, and 4-term polynomials.)
Students "play" each hole on the course (5 hole-worksheet) by pulling a "driver" card, then an "

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This 25-question shamrock- shaped puzzle provides students with practice multiplying polynomials. The problems increase in difficulty, including the following types of problems:
• monomial x binomial
• monomial x trinomial
• binomial x binomial
• binomial x trinomial
This is a GREAT alternative to

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Multiplying Polynomials Using the Box Method and Distributive Property Flippable Page:
This resource includes a flippable interactive page on multiplying polynomials. It walks students through 2 ways of multiplying – the box method and distributing. There are then practice problems

This 10 question scavenger hunt provides students with practice adding, subtracting, and multiplying polynomials through geometry applications. Half of the questions ask students to find the perimeter of various geometric shapes, and the other half ask to find area of shaded regions including recta

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Multiplying Polynomials - A set of 24 task cards to help students practice how to multiply polynomials with binomials and trinomials. This activity includes problems with different levels of difficulty which is perfect for differentiation and a great tool to challen

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Multiply monomials, binomials, trinomials, and polynomials with four or more terms.These guided notes review exponent rules and vocabulary before teaching students step by step how to multiply by a monomial, multiple two binomials, and multiple by a binomial. The graphic organizers for each problem

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This document includes a warm-up exercise to support algebra tiles manipulatives for multiplying binomials and guided notes for using three methods when multiplying binomials (FOIL, Box Method, and Double distribute). There are graphic organizers for each method and there is ample space for student

Multiplying Polynomials - A set of 24 task cards to help students practice how to multiply monomials with polynomials. This activity includes problems with different levels of difficulty which is perfect for differentiation and a great tool to challenge your Algebra

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**Updated 4/21: Error on answer key corrected!
This is a cooperative learning structure that allows each student to be held accountable for their own individual work, while working together with their classmates.
In this structure, one student solves problem A, another solves problem B. If done c

Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Wh

Color me Funky Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying Polynomials
Included in this product is 10 problems on adding, subtracting, and multiplying polynomials. The key is included. The questions are matched with answer to determine how to color the funky picture.
There are 2 main ways I use funky c

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Want a new, exciting way to practice multiplying polynomials and monomials?? Try Kaboom!!! This is a game for the whole class. Teams compete against each other to solve multiplying polynomials and monomials problems. You may get lucky and get to double your points, but be careful...you could los

Multiplying Polynomials (including area)
I use this worksheet in my Algebra classroom, when practicing distribution with polynomials.
This worksheet has students first practice distributing a monomial, then a binomial, and then eventually a trinomial. Most of this worksheet focuses mostly a binom

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Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice multiplying polynomials, they can learn about the inspirational life of Stefanie Spielman!
**All earnings from this worksheet will be donated to the Stefanie

This is a project-based assessment over multiplying polynomials (including monomials).
Students are given 4 scenarios that they must show how to multiply on a poster: multiplying a monomial by a monomial, multiplying a monomial by a binomial or a trinomial, multiplying a binomial by a binomial and

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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 les

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These guided notes review multiplying monomials and binomials before teaching two special cases, difference of two squares and squaring a binomial. The step by step instructions go through foiling and give opportunities to discuss student common mistakes.
Happy multiplying,
Kelly Zunkiewicz

This is a Tarsia Puzzle in the form of connecting dominoes. Each question tile has the answer to another tile's question. All of the tiles will match up and loop together.
I used this after a few days of practice as a review activity. This activity covers all three operations. The students seem to

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Use this activity to help your students strengthen their math skills and stretch their legs. Strategically post the Sticky Tasks all around your classroom for a variety of activities.
• Use them at stations or centers.
• Implement a scavenger hunt (inside you classroom or throughout the school).
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Students will gain practice with operations of polynomials as they match each problem with the answer. This is a great switch up from the regular, old worksheet and is easy grading for you! Another plus to this activity is that it allows students to check their work as they go!
You could also lamin

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Multiply Polynomials Worksheet
20 questions
Be sure to check out my other High School math/algebra activities and puzzles included in my store!
Thanks,
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15 polynomials with an error in each which the student needs to find and then solve correctly
Color and B/W copies
Cooperative Groups Instructions
Answer sheet
Worked Out Answer Key
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This is a review game for algebra students on the multiplying polynomials and using the distributive property with variables. Students should have prior knowledge of exponent rules. Instructions: Print out balloon sheet (slide 17) for each team of students. Place balloon sheet inside clear page prot

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Students should already know how to find the perimeter and area of basic shapes using integers prior to this lesson. These guided notes walk students through the process of finding the perimeter and area of a figure when the sides of the figure are given as polynomials (for example, two sides of a r

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This is a 15 question short response quiz that assesses the following skills:
*Simpliying Polynomials (involving distributive property)
*Adding Polynomials
*Subtracting Polynomials
*Multiplying Polynomials (Monomial x Monomial, Monomial x Polynomial, Binomial x Binomial)
An answer key is included!

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This is the classwork assignment I give to my students after working through similar examples on the notes sheet. I allow the students to work with their group/partner to complete.

This lesson is meant to be used as guided notes for a whole class, with an activity at the end.
Students begin by reviewing the distributive property and then using this to multiply polynomials by monomials. Next, they learn how to model these products with algebra tiles. They then work on taking

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 les

This 20-question circuit builds from multiplying a monomial with a binomial to multiplying binomials, expanding a binomial squared, multiplying a binomial with a trinomial and even multiplying trinomials. Difference of Squares and Sum/Difference of cubes are here in disguise.
Enjoy the sounds

Algebra I - Multiply Polynomials by Monomials
Common Core Aligned Lesson Plan with Homework
This lesson plan includes:
-Lecture Notes (PDF, PowerPoint, and SMART Notebook)
-Blank Lecture Notes (PDF and SMART Notebook)
-Homework (PDF)
-Answer Key (PDF)
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Algebra I - Multiply Polynomials
Common Core Aligned Lesson Plan with Homework
This lesson plan includes:
-Lecture Notes (PDF, PowerPoint, and SMART Notebook)
-Blank Lecture Notes (PDF and SMART Notebook)
-Homework (PDF)
-Answer Key (PDF)
You do not need t

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Multiplying Polynomials
16 problems
- 4 Multiplying a monomial by a binomial
- 2 Multiplying a monomial by a trinomial
- 6 Multiplying a binomial by a binomial
- 4 Multiplying a binomial by a trinomial
ANSWER KEY in context provided.
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MULTIPLYING POLYNOMIALS
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THERE ARE 5 LEVELS AND EACH LEVEL HAS AN EXAMPLE AND 10 PRACTICE PROBLEMS!
LEVEL 1 = MULTIPLYING MONOMIALS
LEVEL 2 = MULTIPLYING MONOMIALS W/ BINOMIALS
LEVEL 3 = MULTIPLYING BINOMIALS
LEVEL 4 = MULTIPLYING TRINOMIALS
LEVEL 5 = MULT

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★★★GOAL = Gaining Outstanding Academic Learning★★★
This GOAL activity is part of : GOAL - BUNDLE Operations on Polynomials
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Algebra I STAAR EOC Test-Prep Task Cards!
TEKS Aligned: A.10B (Supporting Standard): The student is expected to multiply polynomials of degree one and degree two.
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These factoring and multiplying polynomials math stations delve into modeling and making sense of factoring. Students will model multiplying and factoring polynomials with algebra tiles. They will then use this information to multiply and factor without models.
The following math statio

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This lesson is meant to be used as guided notes for a whole class.
Students begin by learning how to multiply binomials, and then they learn an easy way to remember the steps: FOIL. After finding a few products, students learn how model multiplication of binomials with algebra tiles. Finally, stude

I use this foldable with my Algebra 1 students as a means of sharing strategies for multiplying polynomials. Ideal for Interactive Student Notebooks, I print the foldable on two sides. Students cut out the rectangle, then cut along the dotted lines.
The two-page foldable should be printed using do

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This is a fun worksheet for the Christmas season where students practice their skills multiplying polynomials (monomial x monomial) on a Christmas tree. They start at the bottom of the tree and work their way up, writing answers in triangles as they go. The final answer goes at the top of the Chri

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This 10 question quiz assesses the following skills:
*Adding Polynomials
*Subtracting Polynomials
*Mutliplying Polynomials
It is more heavily focused on multiplying polynomials.
I used this in my 8th grade algebra 1 honors class.
*Note: An answer key is not provided at this time.

Multiplying Polynomials Math Puzzle
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This packet contains worksheets on multiplying polynomials These worksheets are great for differentiation and remediation.
This packet includes:
Anticipation Guide
Anticipation Guide Answer Key
Graphic Organizer
Multiplying Polynomials Polynomial Examples
Multiplying Examples Answer Key
Guided Prac

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Two placemat activities include practice adding, subtracting and multiplying polynomial expressions AND practice finding the area, perimeter and volume of geometric shapes using polynomial expressions.
With a partner, students work all four problems on a placemat. After both students agree on the

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