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Rounding is an important skill, hence we have unlimited practice sheets on topics like rounding to
the nearest tenth, hundredth, dollar, and more. With daily practice, children will learn how to round and estimate numbers with ease.
 Give rounding problems to practice after school
 Blend fun with education while teaching estimation tips and tricks
 Teach children how to estimate sums and differences of numbers
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Rounding numbers
Estimating numbers
Rounding money
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Rounding numbers
1Round to the nearest ten
2Rounding to the nearest hundred
3Rounding to the nearest thousand
4Rounding numbers
5Rounding decimal number to the nearest 10th place
6Rounding decimal number to nearest 100th place
7Calculate approximate value
Estimating numbers
1Estimate decimal addition — round to nearest tenth
2Estimate decimal addition — round to nearest hundredth
3Estimate products
4Estimate products — round to nearest 10
5Estimate products — round to nearest 100
6Estimate addition — round off to nearest ten
Rounding money
1Round money amounts to cents
2Round to nearest dollar
3Round money amounts
Advanced rounding
1Estimate to nearest whole number
2Compare using estimation
3Estimate difference
4Estimate sums
Math worksheet List
Our rounding resource is primarily for elementary students. On this page, you will find a great mix of worksheets, from estimating sums,
rounding to the nearest ten, rounding to the nearest thousand to rounding to the nearest dollar. You can select any skill or follow the below guide
to navigate through and get the most out of our worksheets.
3rd Grade : Students can start with rounding to the nearest ten and hundred of small numbers, and estimating sums.
4th Grade : They can continue practice with rounding to the nearest ten and hundred of large numbers.
5th Grade : There are a number of questions on rounding to the nearest thousand and rounding to the nearest dollar to help sharpen their skills.
6th Grade : Students can focus on rounding decimals, and revise other lessons to build confidence in their abilities.
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My daughter came home with a rounding worksheet… she struggled with it. Creating number lines did not help, because she wasn’t sure how to plot the numbers.
So, I created these number charts to give her some extra help.
We practiced for about 10 minutes, and she responded well to the activity.
She said the activity was fun (dry erase markers always help) and feels like she’s finally understanding how to round numbers. Yay!
You can download this free resource at the end of this blog post. An editable page is included!
Here’s how to use this free resource.
Example 1: Round 47 to the nearest 10.
 Discuss why we round numbers. (We don’t need the exact number, and rounding helps us create friendly numbers which are easier to work with.)
 Review counting by 10s to 100. Those will be our benchmark numbers.
 Find 47 on the chart.
 Underline the tens digit (4).
 The value of 4 tens is 40. So we need to decide which benchmark number 47 will round to (40 or 50).
 Use the chart to see if 47 is closer to 40 or 50.
 47 is 7 spots away from 40 and 3 spots away from 50, so we round 47 to 50.
Students write the benchmark numbers.
Example 2: Round 42 to the nearest 10.
 Find 42 on the chart.
 Underline the tens digit (4).
 The value of 4 tens is 40. So we need to decide which benchmark number 42 will round to (40 or 50).
 Use the chart to see if 42 is closer to 40 or 50.
 42 is 2 spots away from 40 and 8 spots away from 50, so we round 42 to 40.
Using a number line to round numbers.
Students will begin to see the pattern. If the ones digit is 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9 the number rounds up. If the ones digit is 4, 3, 2, or 1 the number rounds down. They will also start to become comfortable with plotting numbers.
 Choose your number.
 Will you round to the nearest 10, 100, or 1,000?
 Find your benchmark numbers.
 Plot the number.
 Round.
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If you study the topic of approximate values well, you can explain to any adult why you came home late or forgot your diary. Spoiler: there is no exact agreement — there is an approximate one. And now, in order, about the rules of mathematical rounding.
Approximate values
In everyday life, we often meet two types of numbers: exact and approximate. And if the exact ones were still clear, then you will have to get acquainted with the approximate ones in the 5th grade.
A square has four sides — the number 4 cannot be disputed, it is exact. Each window has its own width, and its parameters are uniquely accurate. But a watermelon weighs about 5 kg, and no scales will show an absolutely accurate weight. And the thermometer shows the temperature with a small error. Therefore, instead of the exact values of the quantities, it is sometimes possible to use approximate values.
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The scale shows that the watermelon weighs 5.160 kg. We can say that a watermelon weighs about 5 kg. This is an approximate value with a disadvantage.

The clock shows the time: two in the afternoon and fiftyfive minutes. In a conversation about time, you can say: «almost three» or «time about three.» This is the value of time in excess.

If the length of the dress is 1 m 30 cm, then 1 m is an approximate length with a shortcoming, and 1.5 m is an approximate length with an excess.
The approximate value of is the number that turned out after rounding.
To record the result of rounding, use the sign «approximately equal» — ≈.
You can round any number — the same rules work for all numbers.
To round the number means to reduce its value to the desired digit, for example, to hundredths, tens or thousandths, the rest of the values are discarded. This is necessary in cases where full accuracy is not needed or impossible.
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Rounding natural numbers
Natural numbers are numbers that we use to calculate something concrete, tangible. Here they are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and so on.
Features of natural numbers:
 The smallest natural number: one (1).
 There is no largest natural number. The natural series is infinite.
 In the natural series, each next number is greater than the previous one by one: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.
The rounding of a natural number is its replacement by such a number closest in value, in which one or several last digits in its record are replaced by zeros.
In order to round the natural number , you need to select the digit in the number entry to which rounding is performed.
Rules for rounding numbers:
 Underline the digit to which the number is to be rounded.
 Separate all digits to the right of this digit with a vertical bar.
 If to the right of the underlined digit is 0.1, 2, 3 or 4, all the digits that are separated to the right are replaced by zeros. The digit of the category to which rounding is left unchanged.
 If there is 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 to the right of the underlined digit, all digits that are separated to the right are replaced by zeros. To the digit of the category, to which we rounded, we add 1.
Let’s look at how to round the number 57,861 to the nearest thousand. Let’s follow the first two points from the rounding rules.
After the underlined digit is 8, then we add 1 to the thousands digit (in this case, 7). In place of the digits separated by a vertical bar, we put zeros.
Now round 756,485 to the hundreds:
Round the number 123 to the tens: 123 ≈ 120.
Round the number 3581 to the hundreds: 3581 ≈ 3580. 9000 3
If the digit to be rounded up to is 9and it is necessary to increase it by one — the number 0 is written in this digit, and the digit to the left in the adjacent highest digit increases by 1.
Examples:
 how to round the number 697 to tens — 697 ≈ 700;
 how to round the number 980 to hundreds — 980 ≈ 1000.
Sometimes it is appropriate to record the rounded result with the abbreviations «thousands» (thousand), «million» (million) and «billion.» (billion). Like this:
 7,882,000 = 7,882 thousand
 1,000,000 = 1 million
Rounding decimals
The fraction is one of the forms of writing the private numbers a and b , represented as a/b. There are two recording formats:
 ordinary view — 1/2 or a / b,
 decimal — 0.5.
In a decimal, the denominator is always 10, 100, 1000, 10,000, etc. It turns out that the decimal is what you get when you divide the numerator by the denominator. Such a fraction is written in a line separated by commas to separate the integer part from the fractional part. Like this:
 0.7
 6.35
 9. 891
When rounding decimal fractions, be especially careful, because a decimal fraction consists of an integer and a fractional part. And each of these parts has its own digits:
digits of the integer part:
 units digit;
 tens digit;
 hundreds place;
 thousands place.
Fractional digits:
 tenths digit;
 hundredth place;
 thousandth place.
The digit is the position, the location of the digit in the notation of a natural number. Each category has its own name. The most significant digits are always on the left, and the least significant digits are always on the right.
Consider the decimal 7396.1248. Here the integer part is 7396, and the fractional part is 1248. Moreover, each of them has its own digits, which are important not to be confused:
To round the decimal fraction , you need to select the digit in the number entry to which rounding is performed.
The number to which the fraction is closer is called rounded value of the number .
The digit that is written in this digit:
 does not change if the digit following it on the right is 0.1, 2, 3 or 4;
 increments by one if it is followed by a number on the right — 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9.
How to round to tenths. Leave one digit after the decimal point, discard the rest. According to the rule above, if the first digit to be discarded is 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4, then the decimal digit remains the same. If we drop the number 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 the digit after the decimal point is increased by one.
How to round to hundredths. Leave two digits after the decimal point, discard the rest. And again, do not forget about the rule: if the next digit is 0, 1, 2, 4, the number in the hundredth place remains unchanged. If it is 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9, then the digit in the hundredths place will increase by 1.
How to round up to integers. Replace a decimal with its nearest integer. The nearest will be the smallest distance. In this case, if the distance to the approximate value of the number with a disadvantage and the distance to the approximate value of the number with an excess are equal, then they are rounded up.
All digits to the right of this bit are replaced by zeros. If these zeros are in the fractional part of the number, then they can be omitted.
Example 1
256.