Factoring - Factoring Quadratics Using a Numbers Game
Do your algebra students have a difficult time learning how to factor trinomials? This factoring resource will help!
This resource shows you how to use number puzzles first to help your students learn how to factor algebraic trinomials. Students who enjoy puzzles, such as Sudoku, will enjoy these number arrangement puzzles as well with the advantage of learning how to factor trinomials. This packet will contain not only detailed instructions of how to teach the numbers game, but also instructions of how to help the students find their factors for a trinomial. Task cards are included for student practice with detailed answer sheets. You can use the task cards to put together independent practice centers or set up games for the students.
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