# Math Lesson - Enrichment, Rounding, Grade 3

In the "Enrichment" lesson, specifically designed for third graders, students will embark on an engaging journey into the realm of rounding numbers. This lesson is a part of the "Foundations in Numbers and Fractions" unit, which lays the essential groundwork for understanding more complex mathematical concepts in future grades. Through a carefully crafted Rounding Numbers Worksheet, students will learn the fundamental skill of rounding numbers to the nearest ten or hundred. This skill is not only crucial for simplifying math problems and making quick estimations but also plays a significant role in daily life scenarios, such as making financial decisions, planning time, or estimating distances.

Understanding the concept of rounding helps students to think critically, develop their number sense, and approach numbers with flexibility and confidence. It encourages precision and attention to detail while also fostering the ability to make reasonable judgments and decisions based on approximate values. By mastering rounding, students will have taken a significant step forward in their mathematical journey, equipping them with the skills to tackle more complex problems with ease and assurance. This lesson, therefore, is an important milestone in nurturing a solid foundation in mathematics for young learners.

Estimated classroom time: 3 min
Chapter: Rounding
Unit: Foundations in Numbers and Fractions
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Rounding Numbers Worksheet
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• ### Activity 1 / Rounding Numbers Worksheet

Take a trip north of the arctic circle with this cute rounding math worksheet intended to help learners master working with numbers! This page puts an extra spin on the usual rounding practice, and forces students to use their thinking skills determine what number the was used to create the previously rounded total. Help your child along by assisting him or her with viewing each animal picture to discover how many animals the researcher saw. Then look at the numbers on the right to find the one which represents the exact total of the rounded number.