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Printable “Rounding” Worksheets:

Round Numbers using the Number Line

[Round to nearest 10 (2 to 4 digits)

Round to nearest 100 (3 to 4 digits)

Round to nearest 10 (3-digit) (eg. 725 -> 730)

Round to nearest 100 (3-digit) (eg. 651 -> 700)

Round to nearest 10 or 100 (3-digit)

Round to nearest 100 (4-digit) (eg. 2,754 -> 2,800)

Round to nearest 1000 (eg. 3,542 -> 4,000)

Round to nearest 10, 100, 1000

In these Third Grade math worksheets, students practice how to round 2 to 4-digit numbers to the nearest 10.

Rounding to the nearest ten is an important skill in math.

- Look at the ones digit:

This is the digit in the unit’s place (the furthest right digit). - If the ones digit is less than 5:

Round down to the nearest ten. For example, 23 rounded to the nearest ten is 20. - If the ones digit is 5 or more:

Round up to the next ten. For example, 137 rounded to the nearest ten is 140.

You can also use a number line to help with the rounding.

- Draw or imagine a number line with multiples of ten marked on it.
- If the number you’re rounding is closer to a ten on the left, round down. If it’s closer to a ten on the right, round up. If the ones digit is exactly 5, round up.

Rounding to the nearest ten is a skill that helps simplify numbers for estimation or quick assessment. It’s commonly used in everyday situations, especially when dealing with quantities that are easier to work with in multiples of ten.

Have a look at this video if you need to learn how to round a number to the nearest ten.

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Round to the nearest ten Worksheet #1

Round to the nearest ten Worksheet #2

Round to the nearest 10 Worksheet #1 (Interactive)

Round to the nearest 10 Worksheet #2 (Interactive)

Round the nearest ten (Interactive)

Lessons on Round to the nearest 10

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