Tuesday, August 16, 2016


by Shari Beck
6th - 12th Grade

Do your algebra students have a difficult time factoring trinomials?

This Factoring FREEBIE shows you how to use number puzzles to help your students learn how to factor algebraic trinomials. 

If your students enjoy these puzzles, I have a pack containing task cards and detailed problems that can be used to set up independent practice or group work. The cards can also be used in a game setting. You can find my detailed activity pack here: 
Learning How to Factor Using Numbers Puzzles

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