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Digital Self-Checking Boom Cards for rounding 2 and 3 digit numbers more than one way is a great way to assess student understanding of 3rd grade rounding skills. Students will read 2 and 3 digit numbers and determine how to round the numbers according to the question. Great for test prep or end of the unit review for CCSS 3.NBT.A.1. Engage in meaningful conversations with students about place value and how it applies to rounding. Questions include multiple choice, open response, and multiple select.
• 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
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• Rounding to 10 and 100 Multiple Choice
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