Teaching rounding

Discover proven techniques and activities to help students grasp the concept of rounding in math. Enhance your teaching skills and make learning fun with these top ideas for teaching rounding.
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My daughter came home with a rounding worksheet… she struggled with it. Creating number lines did not help, because she wasn’t sure how to plot the numbers. So, I created these number charts to give her some extra help. We practiced for about 10 minutes, and she responded well to the activity. She said the […]

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Jamain Curtis
Instead of using tricks and shortcuts, teach rounding to 3rd grade and 4th grade students in a way they will actually understand. Using scaffolded number lines and building your upper elementary students' place value skills will help students be better able to round to the nearest tens and hundreds place.

Instead of using tricks and shortcuts, teach rounding to 3rd grade and 4th grade students in a way they will actually understand. Using scaffolded number lines and building your upper elementary students' place value skills will help students be better able to round to the nearest tens and hundreds place.

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Susie Stephens
Find out three easy, hands on games for practicing rounding numbers. These games will work for rounding to the nearest ten and hundred… 4th Grade Maths, Maths Centres, Math Centers, Math Games, Math Number Sense, Math Stations, 2nd Grade Math, Math Activities, 4th Grade Math

Rounding and estimating was always a harder concept for my new 3rd graders. We usually started off the year with place value and rounding was part of that. I used the "rounding rhyme" and that helped some kiddos. I used number lines and helped more of them. We did it over and over. But, let's face it, it's a little on the boring side. So here are 3 games that will hopefully spice up rounding practice for your students! When I used math games in my classroom I almost always modeled the game…

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