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An I Have: Who Has Game for rounding numbers to the tens, hundreds, and thousands.

This upper elementary math freebie is a very fun, hands-on PowerPoint game to motivate students to practice their rounding skills in numbers of up to 7 digits.

FREE!! Teacher Printables: Rounding to the Nearest Number - Here are 6 math task cards for students to practice rounding to the nearest ten, hundred and thousand. Scavenger hunt directions, along with 20 more game ideas, are included. A student response form and key are also provided.

Free ~ Very handy for students as they decide which operation to use when solving word problems!

Here's a set of "I have, who has?" cards for multiplication facts from 0-12. Includes 24 cards.

Teaching Maths with Meaning: Understanding Place Value Take 2!

6-8 year olds 1.3 order and compare rational numbers 1.5 number theory concepts (e.g., primes, composites, factors, divisibility ,and multiples) in mathematical problem situations

Rounding Whole Number Cards - free

$2 I Have Who Has Time - half hour & hour. These borders are freebies. Not too hard to recreate.

Place Value Anchor Posters - I feel like I have these already but better repin to not go crazy looking for them :)