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

FREE - Rounding Numbers to the Tens and Hundreds Places - 1 page

way to teach double digit subtraction...gives borrowing from your neighbor a whole new meaning. We try to consistently use the word regroup instead of borrow - but some students need that "something extra" to solidify understanding. This visual might help!

I Have, Who Has: Place Value Ones and Tens

"I Have, Who Has" fractions on a number line game. Free! CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.1 CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.2 CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.3

FREEBIE: This set of 24 task cards covers Rounding Whole Numbers and is also part of a 30 set entire year bundle for 3rd graders! Great focused practice for your students and a huge time saver for teachers! (TpT resource)

Number of the day. Use smaller numbers and change it just bit to fit younger children. Morning work?

Rounding Rules - ideas for teaching kids how to round numbers

Today's Number

We are working on rounding numbers to the nearest ten this week. It's a tough one for my First Graders. We always do this chant to help them remember the rules for rounding.

fractions on a number line

Teaching Blog Round Up: Planning for Stations/Centers/Tubs + FREEBIE

Math Tips for Teaching Quadrilaterals. Even a song to help remember the properties.

place value sort- an absolute must for a difficult concept!!

Roll 2 dice to make a number, draw it, and write how many tens and how many ones -- kids love it!

Teaching factors with the t-chart.

***Updated to include cut outs for ten thousand, hundred thousand and million. These are separate rectangles that will need to be attached to the accordion with tape. Also made the lines darker.*** Place Value Accordion shows a number in two formats: standard form and expanded form.

Classroom Freebies Too: Fractions on a Number Line as seen on Second Grade Squad www.secondgradesquad.com

FREE rounding poster - there's one for rounding to the nearest ten and one for the hundreds.