# Polynomial Frayer Model Template

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We began our polynomials unit in Algebra 1 with a frayer model.

We wrote in the definition of a polynomial and the three characteristics polynomials cannot have.

Students created 3 examples and non-examples of their own.

## More Activities for Teaching Polynomials

• X Puzzles Factoring Review Game
• Shared Factors – A Quadratics Puzzle
• Naming Polynomials Poster
• “Polly”nomial
• Naming Polynomials Speed Dating Activity
• Dividing Polynomials Using the Box Method Puzzles
• Area Model Puzzles from Christie Bradshaw
• Adding and Subtracting Polynomials Graphic Organizer
• Writing Polynomials in Standard Form Foldable
• Multiplying Polynomials Foldable
• Naming Polynomials Practice Sheet
• Polynomial or Not Color Coding Activity
• Polynomial Frayer Model Template
• Roots Solutions Zeros X-Intercepts Posters
• Multiplying Polynomials Egg Hunt Activity
• Human Polynomials Activity
• Introducing Algebra Tiles to Students
• Building and Naming Polynomials Activity
• Factoring Trinomials with GCFs Question Stack Activity
• Factoring Polynomials Using the Box Method Directions
• Looking for Patterns in Factoring Quadratics
• Factoring Quadratics Question Stack Activity
• Dividing Polynomials Using the Box Method Activity
• Dividing Polynomials Using the Box Method Foldable
• Multiplying Polynomials Using the Box Method Foldable
• Adding and Subtracting Polynomials Notes
• Parts of a Polynomial Practice Book
• Standard Form of a Polynomial Interactive Notebook Page
• Factoring out the GCF of a Polynomial Foldable
• Factoring vs Distributing Card Sort Activity
• Factoring Quadratics Using the Box Method Foldable
• Naming Polynomials Graphic Organizer