Rounding has been a struggle for my 30 little 4th graders. We are supposed to be rounding to the millions but after getting some mixed test results back from their unit test, I decided to scale back to concentrate on the skill at hand. I made these Rounding Through the Thousands task cards to help hone in on this standard by eliminating a couple numbers/place values to reinforce and review the concept.
I am excited to use these babies in my math rotations this week. It is a good thing to have around for centers, tutoring and reteaching/mini-lessons.
I have had great success with my Rounding Through the Millions Task Cards that I know these will be just as great too! SOOO as a fun little FLASH giveaway to I am going to give this Rounding Through the Thousands Task Card set to the first 3 people who comment on this post telling me how they will use this in their classroom… don’t forget to leave me your email!
Runde's Room says
oooo – we're just starting rounding this week – it would be great for cooperative learning! – I would LOVE a set!!!
Nicole Shelby says
I would love to have them! They look great! Thanks so much!
Layla Wiedrick Henry says
yay! I forgot to ask for your email 🙂 I will send it your way now 🙂 Hope your kiddos love it!
I would love a copy! I would use this as a review or even an introduction to place value!
Special Teacher for Special Kids says
This looks like so much fun! I would love to win one…. My TpT wishlist is way way long! Glad to be following you
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Amanda Estrada says
These are so on my wish list 🙂
Kelly Teaching Fourth says
These look great! I am adding them to my wishlist. I could use them with my morning math!