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# Rounding and Estimation

## 5 or more, raise the score! 4 or less, let it rest!

Rounding and Estimation
Wild Round-Up #1 Round 'Em Up! Wild Round-Up #2 Measuring on the Farm Measuring Food Measuring Nature Measuring on the Road Measuring Sports Rounding and Subtracting #1 Rounding and Subtracting #2 Rounding and Subtracting #3 Estimate the Sum Sweet Estimation Magical Math Front-End Estimation Round and Add #1 Round and Add #2 Round and Add #3

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## Round the numbers to the nearest 10!

If the ones number is 5 or greater, round up to the nearest 10. If the ones number is 4 or less, round down to the nearest 10.

18

20

13

10

24 11 88 65

47 9 73 95

32 56 3 41

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Round Em Up!
Round the numbers to the nearest ten.
Rounding to the nearest ten If the ones number is 5 or greater,round up to the nearest ten. Example: 17 If the ones number is 4 or less,round down to the nearest ten. Example: 12
20 10

56 12 48 79

31 27 61 84

18 35 73 24

43 67 86 52

Rounding to the nearest hundred If the tens number is 5 or greater,round up to the nearest hundred. Example:161 200 If the tens number is 4 or less,round down to the nearest hundred. Example:118 100

## 651 234 949 762

Heres a little rhyme to help you remember how to round numbers: 5 or more, raise the score 4 or less, let it rest

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## Round the numbers to the nearest 100.

If the tens number is 5 or greater, round up to the nearest 100. If the tens number is 4 or less, round down to the nearest 100.

185

200

136

100

315

475

136

722

97

556

818

361

228

685

165

998

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## Measuring on the farm!

First guess how long you think the measurements are. Then use your ruler to measure to the nearest whole number.

C B

A: How long do you think the pig is? B: How tall do you think the pig is?

Inches: Inches:

## Centimeters: Centimeters: Centimeters: Centimeters: Centimeters: Centimeters:

Using your ruler, how long is the pig? Using your ruler, how tall is the pig?

Inches:

## A: How tall do you think the duck is?

B A

Inches:

Centimeters:

Using your ruler, how tall is the duck? Inches: Centimeters: B: How long do you think the ducks neck is? Inches: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how long is the ducks neck? Inches: Centimeters:

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Measuring food!
First guess how long you think the measurements are. Then use your ruler to measure to the nearest whole number.

A: How tall do you think the apple is? Inches: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how tall is the apple? Inches: Centimeters:

A C

B: How long do you think the apple stem is? Inches: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how long is the apple stem? Inches: Centimeters: Centimeters: Centimeters:

C: How long do you think the apple seed is? Inches: Using your ruler, how long is the apple seed? Inches:

A: How long do you think the peanut is? Inches: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how long is the peanut? Inches: Centimeters: B: How wide do you think the peanut is? Inches: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how wide is the peanut? Inches: Centimeters:

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Measuring nature!
First guess how long you think the measurements are. Then use your ruler to measure to the nearest whole number.

A: How tall do you think the flower is? Inches: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how tall is the flower? Inches: Centimeters: B: How wide do you think the flower is? Inches: Centimeters:

Using your ruler, how wide is the flower? Inches: Centimeters: C: How long do you think the flowers leaf is?

Inches:

Centimeters:

Using your ruler, how long is the flowers leaf? Inches: Centimeters:

A: How tall do you think the tree is? Inches: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how tall is the tree? Inches: Centimeters:

B: How long do you think the tree branch is? Inches: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how long is the tree branch? Inches: Centimeters:

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First guess how long you think the measurements are. Then use your ruler to measure to the nearest whole number.

B C A
A: How long do you think the truck is? B: How tall do you think the truck is? Inches: Inches: Centimeters: Centimeters: Centimeters: Centimeters: Centimeters: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how long is the truck? Using your ruler, how tall is the truck? C: How tall do you think the trucks tire is?

## Inches: Inches: Inches: Inches:

Using your ruler, how tall is the trucks tire? A: How long do you think the motorcycle is? Inches: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how long is the motorcycle? Inches: Centimeters: B: How tall do you think the motorcycle is? Inches: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how tall is the motorcycle?
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Measuring sports!
First guess how long you think the measurements are. Then use your ruler to measure to the nearest whole number.
A: How long do you think the football is? Inches: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how long is the football? Inches: Centimeters:

B: How wide do you think the football is? Inches: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how wide is the football? Inches: Centimeters: C: How long do you think the football laces are? Inches: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how long are the football laces? Inches: Centimeters:

B A
A: How long do you think the baseball bat is? Inches: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how long is the baseball bat? Inches: Centimeters: B: How long do you think the baseball bat grip is? Inches: Centimeters: Using your ruler, how long is the baseball bat grip? Inches:
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## Rounding and Subtracting

Estimating numbers makes you speedy! Round the numbers before subtracting. Remember, when rounding to the nearest ten: If the number in the ones place is 5 or greater, round up to the nearest ten. If the number in the ones place is 4 or less, round down to the nearest ten. Example: 18 20 14 10

Example

89 11 = 77 51 = 54 20 = 19 12 = 74 57 = 96 65 = 49 34 = 52 27 =

90 10

= = = = = = = =

80

## Rounding and Subtracting

Estimating numbers makes you speedy! Round the numbers before subtracting. Remember, when rounding to the nearest ten: If the number in the ones place is 5 or greater, round up to the nearest ten. If the number in the ones place is 4 or less, round down to the nearest ten. Example: 18 20 14 10

Example

91 62 = 65 24 = 87 66 = 70 52 = 98 89 = 83 71 = 99 20 = 42 33 =

90 60

= = = = = = = =

30

## Rounding and Subtracting

Estimating numbers makes you speedy! Round the numbers before subtracting. Remember, when rounding to the nearest ten: If the number in the ones place is 5 or greater, round up to the nearest ten. If the number in the ones place is 4 or less, round down to the nearest ten. Example: 18 20 14 10

Example

78 15 = 56 50 = 88 14 = 96 90 = 37 15 = 78 13 = 99 37 = 57 24 =

80 20

= = = = = = = =

60

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Estimate the sums by rounding the numbers to the nearest hundred first and then adding them together. Dont forget to show your work!

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Sweet Estimation
Estimate the sum by rounding each number to the nearest hundred. Show your work!
189 + 334 441 + 323 252 + 368

363 + 429

598 + 176

625 + 238

324 + 150

716 + 202

137 + 381

681 + 99

528 + 145

848 + 136

463 + 276

701 + 163

648 + 220

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Magical Math
Estimate the difference by rounding each number to the nearest hundred. Show your work!
608 372 481 115 225 88

797 273

321 148

507 284

834 375

654 283

253 72

449 132

363 180

883 329

719 285

917 432

692 231

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Front-End Estimation
Front-end estimation only uses the numbers in the very left column. If you are working with a 2 digit number, you will round to the nearest tens place, and if you are working with a 3 digit number, you will round to the nearest hundreds place.

75 +12

96 +35

42 +56

63 -37

58 -21

93 -85

27 -16

563 +315

231 +447

612 +289

876 +126

792 -134

949 -381

417 -199

650 -511

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Round the numbers to the nearest tens and then add them together!

#1

21

45

+
37 52

= =
13

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91

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68 72

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Round the numbers to the nearest tens and then add them together!

#2

86

34

+
59 18

= =
26

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61

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97 48

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Round the numbers to the nearest hundreds and then add them together!

#3

165

314

+
589 218

= =
487

+
824

+
714 627

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