Students will cut out 20 binomials and arrange them either upside down on their desk, or in a cup, brown paper bag or item of your choice. Then they will blindly pick two binomials to multiply together. Students can either record each binomials on their answer key or glue them down. There is also a space to show your work. This activity allows students in groups to work together and help each other without everyone working on the exact same problems!
The second page of the pdf has three columns of binomials, 20 each, so three students can share one paper and you do not need to print as many of these!