Activity Based Learning with Task Cards really works to help reinforce your lessons. Task & station cards get your students engaged and keep them motivated and challenges them to remember the rules.
This great mix of cards is appropriate for all levels of Algebra. Great for End of Unit Review. Factoring is an important concept that students have traditionally had difficulty with. Your students have fun and reinforces the skills taught in class.
☑26 Task Cards:
Quadratics and Polynomials with Common Monomial Factoring
Difference of Two Squares
Difference and Sum of Two Cubes
Trinomials with leading coefficient =1
Trinomials with leading coefficient not =1
Factoring by Grouping
Combinations of the above
Quadratics and Polynomials with Binomial Common Factors
☑ Master List of questions with answer key included.
☑ Student rerecording sheets
The cards are sorted numerically by level of difficulty enabling you to scaffold the activity to suit your needs. This is a great review activity for all Algebra or PreCalc classes.
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