This is the factoring trinomials notes that for our "Note"book.
I put some examples on the back so they can practice it and have some examples with their notes.
I like this method the best, short and succinct and not so clunky like the box method.
Make sure you "shrink to fit" when you print this and print both pages, flipping on the short side. (just so the examples don't come out upside down.