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Rounding Decimals: Making it more visual. Could also be done on a blank number line, although the idea of a mountain's not bad ( imagining number rolling back to nearest tenth etc)

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Rounding Dice Game

Rounding Dice Game - add a decimal after the first digit of the original number and round to nearest tenth, hundredth, and thousandth

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Roll It! Rounding Game

This FREE rounding decimals game worked great in my math centers! The game board for rounding decimals to the nearest hundredth was excellent practice for both my 5th graders and 6th graders.

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Rounding Sort: Decimal Numbers to the Nearest Tenth, Hundredth, and Whole

Rounding Decimals Sort! Great game to practice rounding decimals to the nearest whole, nearest tenth, and nearest hundredth. Includes 12 different versions! 5.NBT.A.4

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Rounding Decimals Game Puzzles - Whole, Tenth, Hundredth, Thousandth - 5.NBT.4

Rounding Decimals Puzzles CCSS 5.NBT.4, serve as a valuable asset to any 5th grade classroom. This is a great resource for review, math centers, group work and for interventions. This racing themed rounding decimals puzzle set includes 32 puzzles, answer key, and an optional center instruction page. It covers rounding decimals to the nearest whole number, tenth, hundredth, and thousandth. Your students will love learning about rounding decimals with this product!

Needle Angles: Standard medication doses for adults are to be rounded to the nearest tenth (0.1) of a milliliter. The standard 3-mL syringe is calibrated in tenths of a milliliter. The nurse should not administer more than 3 mL per intramuscular or subcutaneous injection site; when a volume greater than 3 mL is required, a 5-mL syringe, calibrated in fifths, may be used.


FREE: In this activity, students solve different problems with equivalent answers, then work together to compare answers. (NOTE - answers are the same when they're rounded to the nearest tenth).Once solved, students partner up and compare answers and methods of solving the problems.


The Earth’s axial tilt of 23.5° causes the Sun to rise earlier in the summer and later in the winter. Determine the latitude at which sunrise time in the middle of summer is precisely 2 hours earlier than in the middle of winter. Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a degree North. Answer at Expii.