# Estimation Dice Game

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1. LEAST COMMON MULTIPLE GAME Do your students need extra practice finding multiples of a number? Finding multiples was easy for my students since they could relate to "counting by" a number. However once they learn factors, they seem to always confuse the two! (and since they're taught within the sam
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Do your students need practice estimating to the nearest thousands, hundreds, or tens place? My favorite way to get kids practicing is to make a game out of it! In this game, all you need is 4 dice per partnership, and the children can roll their own numbers to estimate. It also sets parameters for which place they should estimate to.

Possible Uses:
* Use this game sheet with your whole class. Pair stronger students with weaker students.
* Give this game sheet to students who are proficient in estimating while you provide remediation a small group.
* Glue it into a file folder for use as a learning center game that you use in your rotation.
* Put this game sheet in your sub folder as an easy game to review estimation.

***Are you looking for more ways to make math fun? I have a whole range of math games here! Check out these popular products***

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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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