## What is the rhyme for rounding?

Rounding Rhyme- Four or less let it rest, five or more let it sore. Four or less let is rest and Five or more let it soar are great rounding rhymes to help students remember the rules for rounding.

## How do you explain rounding up or down?

When rounding a number you will “round up” or “round down”. When the number you are rounding is between 0-4, you round down to the next lowest number. When the number is 5-9, you round the number up to the next highest number. When we round a number, we round it to the nearest place value.

**How do you remember to round numbers?**

rounding to nearest 10, put a box around the digit in the 10’s place). Then look at his neighbor to the right. If the neighbor is either digits 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9, they are “Bossy Numbers”. The “Bossy Numbers” are mean and they make the other digit change, and go one up.

### How do you teach rounding?

The best way to start is by modeling rounding using two-digit numbers and showing children how to round to the nearest ten. Working with your child, ask him or her to think of a number being rounded, and ask what comes before and after that number, and fill in only those two numbers.

### How do you make rounding numbers fun?

6 Ideas to Help You Teach Rounding

- It is more than just ‘the rule’ There is more to rounding than just the rule about what numbers we round up and what numbers we round down.
- Make it visual.
- Try hands-on activities.
- Integrate into your warm-ups and counting.
- Use number lines.
- Keep it real.

**What number could be rounded to 40?**

35 would be rounded to 40. Numbers can be rounded to the nearest hundred, thousand, ten thousand and so on.

## What are the rounding numbers?

Here’s the general rule for rounding: If the number you are rounding is followed by 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9, round the number up. Example: 38 rounded to the nearest ten is 40. If the number you are rounding is followed by 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4, round the number down.

## How do you introduce rounding?

Start with rounding two-digit numbers using an open number line model. I like to ask what tens number comes before and after the number being rounded. These two tens numbers create the two endpoints of our number line. For 83 rounded to the nearest ten, the number line would have 80 at one end and 90 at the other end.

**What does rounding up and down mean in math?**

Introduce the vocabulary at this time by explaining that rounding is a type of estimation that allows us to either round up to a big number or round down to a smaller number. Place the numbers 0 and 10 on the board and ask your students what numbers go between.

### Is there a rhyme for rounding numbers down to 10?

A lovely A4 display poster featuring a rhyme for rounding numbers up to 10 or down to 0. For more useful resources, check out these fun Free Printable Superhero Worksheets on rounding. Are your learners ready to move on to rounding to 1000?

### What’s the best way to round up a number?

Play a quick body movement game. Call out a number from the rhyme. Tell your students to bend down and tap the floor if the number should be rounded down. If the number should round up, tell them to reach for the sky!

**What are the rules of the rounding game?**

Let me tell the rules to you. Round that number up the line. Round that number down, oh yes! Round up! (Five through nine!) Round down! (Four and less!) Circle the digit. Move to right and underline get it? 5-9 add one is the game. Digits to the right change to zero. All other digits stay the same. Yo! You’re a winner in the rounding game.