This is an activity where students practice factoring (greatest common factor, difference of squares and trinomial factoring where a=1). The activity is made in powerpoint and can be printed one expression per page. There are 14 questions. Hang each sheet around the room. Students can start at any page and factor the large polynomial. They look around the room for the card that has the answer (factored form) on the top of the sheet. Once they find the answer, they factor the larger polynomial underneath. If they cannot find their answer, that means that they have made a mistake. If all polynomials are factored correctly, they will end up at the first question they began with. You can also also print 6 or 9 per page and have students work individually or in groups. The slides are made in order with the answer on the following slide therefore including the answer key. Make sure to mix up order when hanging around room or making cards. Students love this activity and enjoy moving around while practicing math!