# 4th Grade Common Core: 4.NBT.3

Common Core Identifier: 4.NBT.3 / Grade: 4
Curriculum: Number And Operations In Base Ten: Generalize Place Value Understanding For Multi-Digit Whole Numbers.
Detail: Use place value understanding to round multi-digit whole numbers to any place.
53 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
A set of questions for rounding to the nearest ten and hundred.
Round each number to the nearest ten.  Then round to the nearest hundred.
More practice with rounding numbers to the nearest hundred.
Multiple choice rounding activity.
Round each two-digit number to the nearest ten. The color according to the key to see a picture of a brown owl.
Round the numbers to the nearest ten.
Round each four-digit number to the nearest thousand.
Round these 3-digit numbers to the nearest ten.  (example:  465 rounds to 470)
Practice rounding these numbers to the nearest hundred.
A set of multiple choice questions for rounding to the nearest hundred.
Help the rockets land on the correct planets by rounding the 2-digit numbers to the nearest 10.
Round up and down for each number. Circle the number that is rounded to the nearest ten. Includes only two-digit numbers.
Round the number to the nearest ten, then tell whether you rounded up or rounded down.
Round each number to the nearest hundred and tell whether you're "rounding up" or "rounding down."
Help the rockets land on the correct planets by rounding the 2-digit numbers to the nearest 10.
Another number line activity to learn about rounding.
Round up and down for each number. Circle the number that is rounded to the nearest hundred. Includes only three-digit numbers.
Use the number line to learn how to round to the nearest ten.
These task cards require students to round to the nearest tens, hundreds, and thousands place.
Compete the rounding table by inserting the missing numbers. Round each number to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand.
Use the number lines to help round numbers to the nearest 10 and nearest 100.
This worksheet has higher-order thinking questions to use with your rounding lesson.
Answer a set of questions and word problems on rounding numbers.
Why did the elephant quit his job at the circus? To find out the answer to this silly riddle, students must round numbers to tens, hundreds, and thousands.
In this printable rounding activity, students will round to the nearest thousand to complete the rounding caterpillar.
Decode the numbers, then round each one to the nearest ten. (example: 264 rounds to 260)
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.
In this whole-class math game, students will move around the room while rounding numbers to the nearest thousand.
This page has a set of 3, 4, and 5-digit numbers that students will round to the nearest thousand. There are also two whale-themed word problems.
Round each 2 or 3-digit number to the nearest ten. (example: Round 148 to the nearest ten.)
In this game, students will move from desk to desk, finding numbers and rounding them to the nearest ten.
Part 1: Round the numbers to the nearest thousand. Part 2: Strawberry numbers. Part 3: Add four numbers to the web that round to 8,000. Part 4: True or false.
In week 4 of Math Buzz, students will practice comparing numbers, place value, rounding, perimeter, capacity, and division.
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.
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?
Why did Humpty Dumpty have a great fall? Round each of the numbers to the nearest ten.
Choose numbers from the bank that round the the numbers given.
Round numbers to the nearest ten, nearest hundred, and nearest thousand. Then solve the multi-step word problems. This worksheet has an exercise theme.
Round each number to the nearest hundred. (example: Round 329 to the nearest hundred.)
Round the numbers shown to the nearest hundred. This version of Scoot! includes cards with 3-digit and 4-digit numbers.
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.
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.)
Multiply a fraction by a whole number, use illustrations to practice division with remainders, review place value, find an equivalent fraction, and review area & perimeter.
On this one, children will figure out the numbers and then round to the nearest thousand.
Decode the secret number symbols. Then round each number. Includes only single and double-digit numbers.
This file has 30 task cards. Students round 2, 3, and 4-digit numbers to the nearest ten and the nearest hundred.
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.
In this printable math activity, round to the nearest one hundred to solve the rounding caterpillars.
This file contains 30 task cards. Round 4-digit numbers to the nearest thousand. Use these cards for classroom games, small group instruction, morning work, or learning centers.
(example: Round 4,512 to the nearest thousand.)
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.
Print out 30 task cards to use for small group instruction, peer tutoring sessions, classroom scavenger hunts, extra practice, or learning centers. This version includes 3, 4, and 5-digit numbers.
(example: Round 34,199 to the nearest thousand.)
Part 1: Round to the nearest hundred. Part 2: Bubble numbers. Part 3: Web. Part 4: True and false.
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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