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Racing About Mountain Created by V. S. Bell H. H. Beam Elementary School Gastonia, NC 28052 Draw a Rounding Hill! About Mtn. Make one box at the top. Make two boxes on the bottom sides. If a biker is riding over the hill and stops . . . Where will he roll?

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Racing About Mountain

Created by V. S. Bell

H. H. Beam Elementary School

Gastonia, NC 28052

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Make one box at the top.

Make two boxes on the bottom sides.

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Round this number to the nearest ten.

637

Circle the tens place.

The tens place value is 30!

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30 will be the starting point for the rider!

Where is the finish line?

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He will roll to the 40!

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Put the biker on the 37 mark!

If he stops, where will he roll?

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Round this number to the nearest ten.

422

Circle the tens place.

The tens place value is 20!

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He will roll to the 20!

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Put the biker on the 22 mark!

If he stops, where will he roll?

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Round this number to the nearest hundred.

465

Circle the hundreds place.

The hundreds place value is 400!

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Remember! Hundreds Place!

What will be the starting point?

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40 will be the starting point for the rider!

Where is the finish line?

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Remember! Hundreds Place!

He will roll to the 50!

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Put the biker on the 46 mark!

If he stops, where will he roll?

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Practice

What is 514 rounded to the nearest ten?

514 rounded to the nearest tens is 510!

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Practice

What is 376 rounded to the nearest ten?

376 rounded to the nearest tens is 380!

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Practice

What is 736 rounded to the nearest hundred?

736 rounded to the nearest hundred is 700!

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Practice

What is 282 rounded to the nearest ten?

282 rounded to the nearest tens is 280!

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Practice

What is 999 rounded to the nearest hundred?

999 rounded to the nearest hundred is 1000!