Rounding can be a challenging skill. Help your students better understand rounding, to the nearest 10 and 100, using interactive number lines, hands-on rounding activities, games and independent practice.
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Place Value Games for 4th Grade contains 13 fun and engaging printable board games to help students to practice reading, writing, comparing, and rounding multi-digit whole numbers. "FUN! FUN! FUN! Thanks for the great review, practice, and center work!"
Rounding Whole Numbers Task Cards: 3rd Grade This FREE set of 24 Rounding Whole Numbers task cards will help your students practice some important 3rd grade math skills. This resource is Common Core aligned but will work well in any classroom (the cards have no CCSS notation).Heres what it includes:24 Task CardsA Recording SheetAn Answer KeyA Self-Checking Answer SheetTeacher NotesI really love task cards and have found them to be a valuable tool in my classroom. They are great for so many…
Give those green beans some more love this Thanksgiving with this Publix recipe. Bundle them up and wrap them in bacon. Combine chopped shallots with soy sauce, brown sugar, and pepper. Let that simmer in a saucepan till it gets syrupy. Gather beans into a bundle, then wrap with 1 bacon slice. Repeat with the rest of the beans. Brush the glaze over the beans and bake until bacon is slightly crisped. Gather ‘round and grab a bundle!
I hope you had a great shoulder day! Shoulders are hard to work, but building nice round, sculpted shoulders is just what we want for the summer that is quickly approaching. We also want nice fit chest and cut triceps too, so today we are working hard and making sure we go to failure. We …
Feel the fear... and do it anyway. Often we think, 'I'll do it when I am not so afraid.' But in reality, it works the other way round. The 'doing it' comes before the fear goes away. The only way to get rid of the fear of doing something is to go out and do it.