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Rounding Decimals-Three in a Row

Allison Harig
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This is a fun way for students to review rounding decimals through thousandths to the nearest whole number.

Print & laminate the Game Board & Problem Spinner for students. Use a brad and a paper clip to make the spinner. If you decide to use the recording sheet, each student will need a copy to show her/his work. Each pair/group needs an Answer Key.

Directions: Student A spins a whole number from the Problem Spinner, finds a decimal that would round to that whole number, and marks the answer off on the Game Board using a dry erase marker. Student B does the same. Play continues until a player has marked off three decimals in a row vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. An answer key is included.

This is a great review game for extra practice before state tests. Make a few copies to use as a math center during math rotations or have games available for early finishers to play!
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