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Estimate Sums and Differences Task Cards - Fall Theme

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Description

Do your students need more practice with estimation and rounding? My students needs LOTS of practice so I created these fall-themed task cards to provide more practice with rounding to the nearest 10, adding and subtracting with problems that have a real-world context.

⭐️ This set of 12 cards is designed for students who recently learned estimation and need to practice the skill. They will round two and three digit numbers to the nearest 10, before adding or subtracting. These are great for small group practice, cooperative learning, or math centers.

⭐️ This product includes a Google Slides version, linked in the PDF document. Each task card has its own slide, as well as room for students to show their work.

⭐️ This set of task cards has a fall theme and includes colorful clipart to increase engagement. The story problems involve: pumpkins, candy, pumpkin seeds, etc.

⭐️ The easiest problem in this set is 10+10=20 and the hardest problem is 630-510. Most sums are 100 or less. There are comparison problems as well as join and separate word problems.

⭐️ Lastly, this product includes two printable versions of a recording sheet. One takes up a full page and includes blank work space. The other is a half page, which could save paper since there are two recording sheets per page.

I hope you find this product helpful!

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Standards

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Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100.