Players in the game are workers in a tile factory and a trying to collect as many tiles as possible.
Here are the rules for the game.
I created my tile boards in file folders, but you could just give each student the paper copy.
Blank Tile Board
Tile Board with a factorable trinomial
The Tile Board with factorable trinomial and factorization.
Here is the tile board and cover sheet if you want to put it in a file folder. You will need one for each student.
You will need to create the game cards or tiles as I like to call them. You will need the following:
Now for the "Request" part of my post title:
First, I would love your feedback on this game. Any suggestions that you have are welcome. If you play this game with your students, what did you think? What did they think? Do you believe the game was beneficial? Did you change anything? Do students ask to play it again?
I did create a pre- and post- test for my own students that you are welcome to use. Sharing those results with me are optional but definitely welcome.
I played this game with my students, you can see the results here.