Teaching number sense gives kids a deeper understanding of our number system, which will in turn prepare them for the algebraic equations to come in the upper elementary grades and middle school. You can create a strong foundational knowledge of number sense with this guided lesson, which provides third graders with targeted instruction and exercises designed by our team of curriculum experts.
This lesson includes 5 printable learning activities.
Rounding Three-Digit Numbers Football Hut, hut, hike! Kids must round three-digit numbers to the nearest ten or hundred in this football game. The number line helps them visualize where each answer choice is in relation to the target number. By first reducing the answer choices from four to two, kids are able to reinforce the difference between numbers rounded to the nearest ten and hundred over and over again.
Rounding to the Nearest 10 Teach your students how to round to the nearest 10 with this math exercise that makes handling large numbers less cumbersome.
Rounding Three-Digit Numbers to the Nearest 10 This exercise helps students simplify three digit numbers they are working with by rounding to the nearest 10.
Rounding Three-Digit Numbers to the Nearest Hundred Help students simplify their math studies with this exercise on rounding three digit numbers to the nearest hundred.

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