We found 204 resources with the keyterm rounding
Find Benchmark Numbers Using a Number LineLesson Planet
5 mins 2nd - 4th CCSS: Designed
The second of eight videos on rounding whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100 describes how to use a number line to create benchmark numbers. A review of place value and counting by 10s starts off the lesson, followed by a discussion on...
Round to the Nearest Ten or Hundred in Real World SituationsLesson Planet
6 mins 2nd - 4th CCSS: Designed
Want a way to make rounding meaningful? Apply it to the real world! Over the course of several examples, learn key words that indicate rounding is necessary, and then use a number line to solve the problem. This is the last of an...
Rounding to the Nearest 10Lesson Planet
2nd - 4th CCSS: Designed
Practice rounding with your third graders using a helpful, straightforward worksheet. After a lesson about rounding to the nearest 10, have your young mathematicians locate ten numbers on number lines, and fill in the correct answer....
Miss Integer Finds Her Properties in OrderLesson Planet
4th - 6th CCSS: Designed
Access prior knowledge to practice concepts like order of operations and exponents. Your class can play this game as a daily review or as a warm-up activity when needed. They work in groups of four to complete and correct review problems.
Rounding to the Nearest Tens or Hundreds (In Words)Lesson Planet
2nd - 4th
There are 10 chances here for scholars to practice rounding and place value. Each sentence prompts them to round a number to either the nearest ten or hundred, and learners find the answer in a list on the right. None of these numbers...
Rounding to the Nearest Tens of Hundreds (In Words)Lesson Planet
2nd - 4th
Practice rounding with these word-form problems. There are ten sentences here, each with one two or three-digit number to round. Learners round to either the nearest tenth or hundredth. The wording may be confusing, as it instructs them...
Rounding and Fractions Around the ClockLesson Planet
1st - 4th
Students get the big picture, going non-digital forces them to process an abstract idea in more visual and complex ways. They are told that as long as they have analog clocks on the wall, students should make use of those hands going...