Rounding Numbers By Place Value
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Grade 4 Base Ten - 4.NBT.3
How to Round Numbers by Place Value? Rounding off is simple when a child has strong concepts of place value. Understanding the place values helps children in several mathematical problems. Every digit in a number system holds a unique place value. Place values a unique value to each digit in a number. Before we get into the details of rounding off, we need to have a clear concept of word problems, especially for decimal number systems. Rounding numbers using place values is not as complex as it sounds. Rounding off makes mathematical problems simple and easy to solve. You can round down a number to make it smaller, or round up to make it a bit larger. The rule of rounding off numbers is; Round down if the number that follows is of a lower value than 5. Round up if the number that follows is equal to five or larger than 5. Rounding off to the nearest hundred position; 8732. The digit under the hundreds value is 7. The number that follows 7 is 3, which is smaller than 5. The number 8732, rounded off to the nearest hundred is 8700. If the number had been 8372, the number rounded off would become 8400. All numbers sitting at the right side of the rounded off digit will all be written as zero, it is a rule of rounding off. This large collective of worksheets help students learn how to round a number to a specific place value.
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- Rounding to the Nearest
Hundreds Step-by-Step Lesson- A visual walk through of place
- Guided Lesson -
Round to the nearest hundreds place. Then take one number and round
it to the nearest tens, hundreds, and thousands.
- Guided Lesson Explanation
- This one is very wordy. Sorry about that, but I want to make sure
that a youngster at the grade 4 level of reading could learn this
without any help.
- Practice Worksheet -
Another good one to go around. We work on estimating products and
rounding weird numbers to all kinds of place values.
- Matching Worksheet - Every single skill is reviewed and reworked toward mastery.
We give you an integer and ask you to round it to a fixed place value on each sheet.
- Round 100s Homework 1 - Determine the place value of the underlined number. If the number represents the tens place, write a "T" in the space provided. If the number represents the hundred places, write an "H" in the space provided. If the number represents the ones place, write an "O" in the space provided.
- Round 1000s Homework 2 - Write the missing digit.
- Round 10s 3 - Evaluate the underlined place value for each set of integers. For each problem circle the number with the highest underlined place value.
You will find that every place is mixed up in this set.