SKU: W5737331
(55 customer reviews)

# Roller Coaster Rounding – to the Nearest 10 or 100 | Digital Google Slides Activity

Practice rounding to the 10’s and 100’s place with an interactive Google Slides resource. Use the roller coaster method to determine rounding. Self-checking activity with a video explanation. Created by Cassi Noack and Rachel Lynette for TEKS 3.4B and Common Core 3.NBT.A.1.

\$3.00

25 slides + Instruction Video

## Description

Help students practice rounding to the 10’s and 100’s place with this interactive digital resource created with Google Slides. In this activity, students will use the roller coaster method to decide what a number will round to. They will determine which numbers the given number falls between to determine where it will round. This activity is self-checking! Plus, there’s a quick video that explains the activity to the students.

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Check out the student video to see a preview of the activity and instructions.

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This product is great for TEKS 3.4B and Common Core 3.NBT.A.1

## 55 reviews for Roller Coaster Rounding – to the Nearest 10 or 100 | Digital Google Slides Activity

1. Rebecca S.

Easy for my students to navigate on their own in the Google Classroom!

2. Alyson D.

This was so fun for my students to practice rounding with!

3. Kellie M.

Such a fun activity to get my students rounding numbers independently!

4. Andrea T.

My students loved this activity. They had fun rounding with the roller coasters. I would definitely recommend this activity.

5. Melissa M.

Students liked the idea of riding on a rollercoaster, but it was difficult during distance learning because I couldn’t physically hand them a number line and show them how it related to the roller coaster. Very cute though. I might try it in class next year.

6. Briana K.

Rounding seems to always be one of the hardest concepts for student to grasp but this was a wonderful visual to help!

7. Jennifer S.

This was easy to assign as independent work for easy practice of skills taught.

8. Michelle B.

this is a fun resource for students to use for at home for homework or in the class on google classroom.

9. Heather Armstrong

I assigned this to my students via Google classroom and they had a blast completing it!

10. Stefanie Aliotta

My students loved this! It is a great tool. Thank you! 🙂

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