Factoring Polynomials "GridWords" : FULL SET

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Factoring Practice - Factor all types of polynomials:

These worksheets will help your students practice factoring polynomials. This is the DISCOUNTED full set of 7 GridWords puzzles for factoring. The sheets can also be purchased individually.

Each focuses on a different type of factoring:

#1 - GCF

#2 - Difference of Two Squares

#3 - Factoring by Grouping

#4 - Factoring Trinomials with a = 1

#5 - Factoring Trinomials with leading coefficient other than 1

#6 - Sum/Difference of Two Cubes

#7 - Mixed Practice

After shading the factors in the grid, a word will appear. This "GridWord" can be used to quickly check work. Each "GridWord" in this set is the name of a place that the Golden Ratio can be seen in nature.

Challenge your students to figure out this connection between the words!

Individual GridWord sheets for factoring are available here:

Factoring GridWords #1: GCF

Factoring GridWords #2: Difference of Two Squares

Factoring GridWords #3: Grouping

Factoring GridWords #4: Trinomials (a = 1)

Factoring GridWords #5: Trinomials (a > 1)

Factoring GridWords #6: Sum or Difference of Two Cubes

Factoring GridWords #7: Mixed Practice

Try these other resources for Algebra I:

Polynomials: Always, Sometimes, or Never

Slope and Graphing Linear Equations Bundle

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Understand that polynomials form a system analogous to the integers, namely, they are closed under the operations of addition, subtraction, and multiplication; add, subtract, and multiply polynomials.

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