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**Rounding Tens, Hundreds, Thousands,**

By: Brenda Tapson

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**Round when: You have been asked to estimate.**

Look for the clue word “about”. You need an easier number to work with.

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Rounding Poem Find your number. Look next door. If 4 or less, just ignore. If 5 or more, add 1 more.

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**Round to the nearest ten.**

Find your number. 37 Underline your number.

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**Round to the nearest ten.**

Look next door. 37 Draw an arrow to the “next door” number.

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**Round to the nearest ten.**

If 4 or less, just ignore. 37 7 is more than 4, so move to the next line of the poem.

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**Round to the nearest ten.**

If 5 or more, add 1 more. 37 40 7 is more than 5. Add 1 more to the underlined number and the rest become zero’s.

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**Round to the nearest ten.**

Find your number. 2,442 Underline your number.

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**Round to the nearest ten.**

Look next door. 2,442 Draw an arrow to the “next door” number.

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**Round to the nearest ten.**

If 4 or less, just ignore. 2,442 2,440 2 is less than 4. Leave the underlined number alone and the rest are zero’s.

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Let’s Try It!

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Let’s Get Tougher!

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**Round to the nearest hundred.**

Find your number. 473 Underline your number.

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**Round to the nearest hundred.**

Look next door. 473 Draw an arrow to the “next door” number.

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**Round to the nearest hundred.**

If 4 or less, just ignore. 473 7 is more than 4, so move to the next line of the poem.

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**Round to the nearest hundred.**

If 5 or more, add 1 more. 473 500 7 is more than 5. Add 1 more to the underlined number and the rest of the numbers become zero’s.

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Let’s Try It! ,283 5,617 ,300 5,600

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**Round to the nearest thousand.**

Find your number. 5,689 Underline your number.

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**Round to the nearest thousand.**

Look next door. 5,689 Draw an arrow to the “next door” number.

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**Round to the nearest hundred.**

If 4 or less, just ignore. 5,689 6 is more than 4, so move to the next line.

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**Round to the nearest hundred.**

If 5 or more, add 1 more. 5,689 6,000 6 is more than 5. Add 1 more to the underlined number and the rest of the numbers become zero’s.

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Let’s Try It! 3,334 38,288 5,790 15,699 3,000 38,000 6,000 16,000

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