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5th Grade Interactive Math Notebook: These Common Core Aligned Interactive Notebooks are designed to give a visual cues and practice problems to teach rounding decimals in fifth grade.

Rounding Decimals Sort! Great game to practice rounding decimals to the nearest whole, nearest tenth, and nearest hundredth. Includes 12 different versions! 5.NBT.A.4

This provides you with everything you need to teach your students how to round to the nearest: - Ten - Hundred - Thousand - Ten Thousand - Tenth - Hundredth This product includes a complete set of classroom posters that give students step-by-step instructions for rounding. It also includes differentiated worksheets to give your students the practice they need to master this important skill!

Rounding Dice Game - add a decimal after the first digit of the original number and round to nearest tenth, hundredth, and thousandth

Grade 5 - Math Rounding Worksheet - Round to nearest hundredth (Halloween theme)

Round to nearest hundredth - - Math Worksheet Sample #1

Free Math Worksheets - Rounding - Round Decimal of the Form x.xxx to the Nearest Hundredth CCSS 5.NBT.A.4

This FREE rounding decimals game worked great in my math centers! The game board for rounding decimals to the nearest hundredth was excellent practice for both my 5th graders and 6th graders.

See below for further details Get a 30% discount on purchases of 7 pieces or more. For every $100 that you purchase (after discount is applied) you will receive a $20 credit for a free item. I'll round your credit to the nearest hundredth. For Example: $200 (before discount): $140 (you pay) + $20 (credit) $400 (before discount): $280 (you pay) + $60 (credit) $600 (before discount) $420 (you pay) + $80 (credit) There is a $100 max credit that you can receive. For more questions please…