## Rounding to the nearest 10 and 100 with Ben 10

by Rushtini

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Ben 10 doesn’t like numbers which are not multiples of 10. This presentation uses a number line to round to nearest 10 and 100 with Ben 10. Aimed at Y3.

Other topics covered: Numbers

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### 115 Reviews

- 3jazzhandedbatman8 months agoReport
Fantastic to start rounding off with my Year 4s! Going to adapt it if that's okay?

- 5oceanic-dolphin8 months agoReport
Such a great resource! It will definitely get the children interested!

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Examples and a set of questions for each section,. Nicely laid out. Ideal for use with mini-whiteboards.

#### Rounding to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000.

This is a worksheet aimed at level 4c to 5a. It required the pupils to complete the tables rounding different figures to the nearest 10, 100, 1000, 100 000 and nearest million.

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#### Rounding to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000

These worksheets are differentiated 5 ways. I used them with a year 4 LA maths group but could easily be tailored to suit your class. There are 20 questions on each sheet and then an additional challenge/plenary (also differentiated).

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#### Rounding to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000

This worksheet is differentiated 5 ways. I used this with a year 4 LA maths group but it is easily tailored to suit your class! There are 20 questions on each sheet and then a further challenge (which is also differentiated).

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