My students LOVE this! They will factor a GCF, difference of squares, basic trinomial, and a "slip and slide" trinomial (when a does not equal 1).
12 problems total - the last half requires factoring out a GCF first, then factor using an additional method.
This is great for Algebra 1, but I often find Geometry and Algebra II students need a helpful review of factoring as well!
Answer key included!