Solve It Strips are a FUN, hands-on, NO PREP, math extension activity that keeps students engaged! These can be used as a math center, an early-finisher activity, with a parent-led math group, or as a mini-assessment. Solve It Strips also make fun home practice, too!
Students are challenged to use their mental math skills in rounding numbers on each strip. Students begin with the “Start” strip and solve the problem on that strip. That will lead them to the second strip, and so forth, until students end up with the solution for the “FINISH” strip. Students color in each solution box as they go back and double-check their work, and then they glue the strips down once they are in the correct order. Students get to keep track of their success with the included “Stars for Strips” page. Two cover options are included, along with easy directions for storage of Solve It Strips and an answer key.
This set of Solve It Strips focuses on rounding numbers up to the millions place. There are 15 puzzle strips included:
-One strip for rounding to the tens place
-One strip for rounding to the hundreds place
-Three strips for rounding to the thousands place
-Two strips for rounding to the ten thousands place
-Two strips for rounding to the hundred thousands place
-Two strips for rounding to the millions place
-Four strips of mixed rounding to all the above place values
SEE THE PREVIEW FILE for an example in action!
Other Current 4th Grade Sets:
Solve It Strips: Place Value to the Millions
Solve It Strips: Balancing Equations All Operations
BE SURE TO FOLLOW MY STORE FOR UPDATES ON MORE 4th GRADE SETS COMING SOON!
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