Rounding Decimals Puzzles CCSS 5.NBT.4, serve as a valuable asset to any 5th grade classroom. This is a great resource for review, math centers, group work and for interventions. This racing themed rounding decimals puzzle set includes 32 puzzles, answer key, and an optional center instruction page. It covers rounding decimals to the nearest whole number, tenth, hundredth, and thousandth. Your students will love learning about rounding decimals with this product!
In this activity, students will practice rounding decimals (to the nearest tenth, hundredth, and thousandth) as they color! Students will use their answers to color a the mandala to reveal a beautiful, colorful pattern that makes excellent classroom decor!
Rounding Whole Numbers I have ... who has Game is a WINNER! 54 cards (27 color and 27 black and white). The purpose of the game is to practice rounding whole numbers to the nearest ten,hundred and thousand. How the Loopy Games work: Shuffle the cards, then deal out the cards to the group, (it does not matter if not all students have exactly the same number of cards).
Math Rounding Numbers ($1.99) designed for rounding decimals and whole numbers. In decimals, users can choose to round to the nearest tenth, hundredth, thousandth, or random. In whole numbers, users can choose to round to the nearest ten, hundred, thousand, or random. Users can also set a timer and decide how many questions to answer. If the user chooses to turn on correct answer button, then the user must correctly answer the question before the user can move on to the next problem.
ROUNDING DECIMALS PLUS TWO full worksheets rounding decimals to the nearest tenth, hundredth, thousandth and ten thousandth. * * 54 EXAMPLES IN ALL to round! * * PLUS - 12 EXTRA examples where students compare decimals with one another using < and >;. All in all, great practice for their decimals.
The Greeks were fascinated by the Golden Rectangle, which has the property, if you cut it in two parts so that the right part is a perfect square, then the left rectangle has side lengths in the same ratio as the original rectangle. This idea has been used throughout architecture, and it even appears in the White House. What is the ratio of the shorter side over the longer side of a Golden Rectangle, rounded to the nearest thousandth?