This resource provides three different ways to introduce and practice finding the nearest ten. First, be sure to provide plenty of practice using your classroom number line and/or 99 chart. Also, when appropriate, be sure to teach your students the rule about what to do when there is a five in the ones place.
1. In the first set of practice pages (2- 2 page printables to be run front to back) the students are given a range of numbers between two tens. They identify the two tens the given number comes between and then count to find the nearest ten. (pages 4-7)
2. In the second set of practice pages (2- 1 page printables) the students use a partial 99 chart to count and find the nearest ten for the given number. (pages 8-9)
3. Finally, in the third set of practice pages (2- 2 page printables to be run front to back) the students have the opportunity to practice finding the nearest ten using a number line from 0 to 50. (pages 10-13)
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