I love this warm up template! It has saved me So much time creating quality, meaningful warm ups. Here's a photo of it on my smart board today. My students all had their own copy and did their work on paper. Today I gave them the red equation at the bottom and they graphed it.

As you may have guessed, we are graphing equations in factored form. Here, I gave my students the equation y = -(x + 7)(x + 4) and asked them to graph it, find domain, range, y-intercept, zeros and the vertex.

Here's a screenshot of my purple PowerPoint file of factored form equations (you can find the Powerpoint slides in the "Freebies" section of the sidebar (there's a link to my Dropbox).

I LOVE not needing to create, print, cut and hole punch a new warm up every day. When I need a warm up, I already have a stack of templates and just type a new equation. Since I have been making a lot of these templates to use throughout the year, I have compiled them into this post: Algebra Templates. They are all free and cover various algebra and algebra 2 topics.

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