Digital Self-Checking Boom Cards for rounding 3 digit numbers to the nearest 10 is a great way to assess student understanding of this important 3rd grade rounding skill. Students will read a 3 digit number and round the number to the nearest 10. Engage in meaningful conversations with students about place value and how it applies to rounding. Each question is open response.
• 30 Self-Checking Task Cards
• Built In Answer Key
• Sharing Instructions
• Editable Google Slide to share/display "Fast Pins" easily to students
This Boom Card set is aligned to 3rd grade CCSS 3.NBT.A.1
Digital Self-Checking Boom Task Cards do not require printing, laminating, or cutting! Great to use for:
• Whole Class Instruction
• Mini Lessons
• Small Group Instruction
• Math Centers
• Independent Work
Check out my other Boom Decks available for a variety of 3rd and 4th grade math skills.
• Learning How to Round to 10
• Rounding to 10 Multiple Choice
• Rounding to 10 Open Response
• Rounding to 100 This Way or That
• Rounding 3 digits to 10 This Way or That
• Rounding to 100 Open Response
• Rounding to 100 Multiple Select
• Round 3 digit numbers to 10
• Rounding to 10 and 100 Open Response
• Rounding to 10 and 100 Multiple Choice
• Rounding Mixed Review
• Rounding 4 digit numbers more than one way!
MORE ABOUT BOOM DIGITAL TASK CARDS
Boom Cards play on any modern browsers on interactive whiteboards, desktops, laptops, netbooks, Chromebooks, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets and phones, and Kindle-Fire tablets. Boom Cards apps are on The App Store, Google Play, and the Amazon Kindle Fire store. To redeem your Boom Cards, you will create an account for Boom Learning. The account you get with your purchase allows you to play the Boom Cards on interactive whiteboards and with individual students using Fast Play. Fast Play does not save student progress reports. Boom Learning will give customers who are new to Boom Cards, for one year, and at no charge, the ability to collect and maintain student progress reports for up to 80 students. To collect and maintain student progress reports, you must assign students individual usernames and passwords. At the end of the one-year period, you will need to purchase a paid account to continuing saving student progress reporting.