Here is a matching activity I give to my students when we are practicing factoring. There are 20 different problems of all different types and levels of difficulty.
I print out 9 or 10 sets of these cards, cut them, and laminate. If you print each set on a different color paper, it is really easy to keep them organized and separated. Once all my cards are cut, I store them in sandwich baggies, hand them to a group of students and set them free to match the quadratics with the corresponding binomials.
These are great to have on hand when you have extra class time, students finish early, station activities, or if you just need a review activity.
In addition to the matching cards, there are also three separate answer sheets for students to record their answers. You can give students any of the three depending on their level of learning. One log is blank and two are modified. The answer key is included at the back.
An extension to this activity would be to have students try to create their own matching set of factorable quadratics and their binomials!
Hope you enjoy!