This is a fun puzzle students can complete on their own or in pairs. Students have to first identify which trinomials have a GCF that can be factored out, then factor out the GCF to find the match. (Students are not factoring the expressions into binomials here).
**This puzzle could also be used for practice using the distributive property!**
- Matching puzzle with 12 trinomials to factor
- Answer Key
- Vocabulary Review Cards - 5 Vocabulary terms, 5 definitions, and 5 examples to match together
- Student answer sheet for the vocabulary review and the puzzle