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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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Factoring and Multiplying Polynomials Math Stations

Factor and Models with Algebra Tiles Task Cards

Finding Factors: A Practice in Factoring Trinomials

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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?

Don't have algebra tiles? No problem, Click Here

to download algebra tiles for free.

Factoring and Multiplying Polynomials Math Stations

Factor and Models with Algebra Tiles Task Cards

Finding Factors: A Practice in Factoring Trinomials

∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼∼

Follow me for more great products to make sense of math

If you enjoy this product, I'd appreciate your positive feedback

Thank you

© MakeSenseofMath2016 One product purchase is for one teacher

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