# 3rd Grade Common Core: 3.NBT.1

Common Core Identifier: 3.NBT.1 / Grade: 3
Curriculum: Number And Operations In Base Ten: Use Place Value Understanding And Properties Of Operations To Perform Multi-Digit Arithmetic.4
Detail: Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100.
61 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Round up and down for each number. Circle the number that is rounded to the nearest ten. Includes only two-digit numbers.
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A set of questions for rounding to the nearest ten and hundred.
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These review word problems require student knowledge of place value and rounding.
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Round these 3-digit numbers to the nearest ten.  (example:  465 rounds to 470)
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Round each two-digit number to the nearest ten. The color according to the key to see a picture of a brown owl.
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Help the rockets land on the correct planets by rounding the 2-digit numbers to the nearest 10.
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Round each number to the nearest hundred and tell whether you're "rounding up" or "rounding down."
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Round each number to the nearest ten.  Then round to the nearest hundred.
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Rounding to the nearest ten is easy with this color-coded chart.
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More practice with rounding numbers to the nearest hundred.
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Another number line activity to learn about rounding.
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Round up and down for each number. Circle the number that is rounded to the nearest hundred. Includes only three-digit numbers.
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Practice rounding these numbers to the nearest hundred.
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Multiple choice rounding activity.
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This color-coded ninety-nines chart teaches students how to round numbers to the nearest ten.
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Help the rockets land on the correct planets by rounding the 2-digit numbers to the nearest 10.
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Use this thousands chart to round numbers to the nearest hundred.
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This ninety-nines chart has arrows to show students when to round up and when to round down.
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This is another version of the thousands chart to help kids round to the nearest hundred.
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The arrows on this hundreds chart will help students learn how to round numbers to the nearest ten.
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Answer a set of questions and word problems on rounding numbers.
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Use the number lines to help round numbers to the nearest 10 and nearest 100.
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Why did Humpty Dumpty have a great fall? Round each of the numbers to the nearest ten.
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This daily review set has more patterns, clocks, and base-10 place value blocks. There are also questions about capacity and calendars.
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These task cards have 2-digit numbers that students can round to the nearest ten. Use these cards for class scavenger hunts, or as math learning centers.
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This worksheet has 22 double-digit numbers for students to round. The last two are cupcake-themed word problems.
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Each card has a two-digit number on it. Round the numbers shown to the nearest ten. This version only has 2-digit numbers.
(example: Round 24 to the nearest ten.)
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Round to the nearest ten to complete each bubble in the rounding caterpillar.
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Decode the numbers, then round each one to the nearest ten. (example: 264 rounds to 260)
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Here students will differentiate between open and closed shapes, solve an elapsed time problem, compare numbers, and find multiples of a number.
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Count square units to find area of a square, solve a division problem using a graphic model, find missing numbers in 4-digit addition and subtraction problems, solve a multi-step word problem, and identify fractions on a number line.
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In this game, students will move from desk to desk, finding numbers and rounding them to the nearest ten.
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Students build an origami cootie catcher (aka fortune teller). Then they use it to play a learning game in which they round numbers to the nearest hundred.
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In week eleven, we cover multiples, arrays, word problems, perimeter, and creating bar graphs.
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Round the numbers to the nearest ten.
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Round each 2 or 3-digit number to the nearest ten. (example: Round 148 to the nearest ten.)
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A set of multiple choice questions for rounding to the nearest hundred.
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Decode the secret number symbols. Then round each number. Includes only single and double-digit numbers.
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In this fast-paced card game, students move around the classroom to desks with rounding task cards attached to them. For each card, they round the given number to the nearest hundred.
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In this printable math activity, round to the nearest one hundred to solve the rounding caterpillars.
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Round the number to the nearest ten, then tell whether you rounded up or rounded down.
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Use the cypher key at the top of the page to decode the 3 and 4-digit numbers. Then round each to the nearest hundred.
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This file has 30 task cards. Students round 2, 3, and 4-digit numbers to the nearest ten and the nearest hundred.
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With these worksheets, your class can solve an elapsed time problem using a number line, divide a trapezoid into equal parts, name fractional points on a number line, make a bar graph, and identify right angles.
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Round the numbers shown to the nearest hundred. This version of Scoot! includes cards with 3-digit and 4-digit numbers.
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Part 1: Round double-digit numbers to the nearest ten. Part 2: Star numbers. Part 3: Write four numbers on the web that round to 20. Part 4: True and False.
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This file contains five worksheets. Skills covered include: liner measurement, input-output boxes (subtraction), perimeter of a trapezoid, and reading thermometers.
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Round each number to the nearest hundred. (example: Round 329 to the nearest hundred.)
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Cut out the numbers at the bottom of the page. Round each number and glue the answer next to each given number.
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Students begin by making a foldable, origami fortune teller (cootie catcher) game. When they play, students will round 2-digit numbers to the nearest ten.
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On these worksheets, students will be asked to practice basic multiplication with arrays, tell what fraction of a shape is shaded, add, subtract, compare 3-digit numbers, and solve a measurement word problem.
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Use the number line to learn how to round to the nearest ten.
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On these printable activities, your class will write repeated addition number sentences, complete addition/subtraction bar models, interpret a line plot, interpret a pictograph, and draw hands on an analog clock.
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This worksheet has higher-order thinking questions to use with your rounding lesson.
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This is the first week of the 4th grade math buzz series. This file contains 5 worksheets, reviewing basic skills from the previous grade. Skills covered include: place value, linear measurement, multiplication facts, and comparing fractions.
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Choose numbers from the bank that round the the numbers given.
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Part 1: Round to the nearest hundred. Part 2: Bubble numbers. Part 3: Web. Part 4: True and false.
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This set includes place value blocks, addition input/output boxes, fractions of a set, arrays, and linear measurement.
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These task cards have 3 and 4-digit numbers. Round each to the nearest hundred. Use for learning centers, classroom games, and small group instruction.
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Use the numbers lines to round each number to the nearest 10.
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Round each number to the nearest hundred. Includes 3 and 4-digit numbers. Then use the answers to decode the answer to the riddle: Why did the girl put a cookie under her pillow when she went to bed?
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