# Factoring Trinomials and Multiplying Binomials Task Cards

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1. Looking for fun ways to review middle school math? These task cards cover a variety of topics in the 7th grade math and 8th grade math common core standards: number systems, functions, ratios and proportional reasoning, geometry, expressions and equations. Great way to review and reinforce math topi
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2. This 7th grade math resource bundle is a great addition to your middle school math classroom. Supplement your curriculum with various activities that drive students to use higher-order thinking skills and make sense of math. Task cards, math stations, assessments, etc. Many resources can also be
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3. This factoring and multiplying polynomials bundle is perfect to help your students make sense of math. Students will practice factoring binomials and multiplying binomials using algebra tiles and make sense of the distributive property. Included is one set of math stations, two sets of task cards,
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These middle school math task cards contain 30 matching sets. Each set contains one trinomial and one factored trinomial (multiply binomials) for a total of 60 task cards.

These are great to use for the following:
Math centers
Exit slips
Openers
Putting students into pairs
Quick formative assessments
Games (spoons, go fish, old maid, etc…)
Matching/Memory

Possible questions for these task cards:
Multiply the binomials together, what property are you using to multiply?
Factor the trinomial, how do you know that you factored correctly?
Sketch a rectangle with the given area.
Sketch a rectangle with the given side lengths.
Explain in words how to multiply the binomials.
Explain in words how to factor the trinomial.
How do you know if this trinomial can be factored?
If x = 6, what would be the side lengths of a rectangle with the given area?
If x = 3, what would be the area of a rectangle with the given side lengths?

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