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Welcome to our Rounding Decimals collection.

Here you will find a selection of free printable rounding Worksheets,
which will help your child learn to round decimals to the nearest whole number.

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When you are rounding a number to the nearest whole number, you are trying to find out which whole number (or integer) your number is closest to.

How to round a number to the nearest integer (whole number)

Look at the *tenths* digit (the digit after the decimal point).

*if it is less than 5 then round the number down*by removing the decimal part of the number;*if it is 5 or more then round the number up*by adding one on to the ones digit and removing the decimal part of the number.

Examples

- 3.8 rounds up to 4 because the tenths digit is an 8.
- 6.29 rounds down to 6 because the tenths digit is a 2.
- 12.527 rounds up to 13 because the tenths digit is a 5.

Here you will find a range of free printable math worksheets to help your child learn to round numbers to the nearest one.

These sheets are carefully graded so that the easier sheets come first and give extra support.

Each sheets comes with a separate printable answer sheet.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- round numbers to the nearest one;
- solve rounding challenges;
- position decimals on a number line.

All the free Rounding Worksheets in this section support the Elementary Math Benchmarks.

Want to test yourself to see how well you have understood this concept?.

- Try our NEW quick quiz at the bottom of this page.

The sheets in this section focus on rounding to the nearest whole.

This short video walkthrough shows our Rounding Decimals Challenge 1 being solved and has been produced by the West Explains Best math channel.

If you would like some support in solving the problems on this page, check out the video!

The rounding numbers worksheets in this section involve rounding numbers to the nearest 10.

They are at a more basic level than those on this page.

The sheets on this webpage are at a harder level than those here.

They involve rounding numbers to the nearest tenth and whole, or to a number of significant figures.

Take a look at some more of our worksheets similar to these.

Here is our rounding decimal challenges collection which will give your child an opportunity to apply their decimal rounding learning.

The challenges can be tackled individually or with a partner.

Each challenge involves using rounding knowledge and properties of numbers to work out the correct answer.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- apply their knowledge of rounding to the nearest whole, tenth, or 2dp;
- develop their problem solving skills;
- develop their understanding about place value and properties of numbers.

All the rounding challenges support elementary math benchmarks.

In our Rounding Practice zone, you can practice rounding a range of numbers. You can round numbers to the nearest 10, 100 or even 1000. Want to round numbers to the nearest decimal place, you can do that too!

Select the numbers you want to practice with, and print out your results when you have finished.

You can also use the practice zone for benchmarking your performance, or using it with a group of children to gauge progress.

Using these sheets will help your child learn to compare and order numbers with up to 2 decimal places.

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This quiz tests your knowledge and ability to round off numbers to the nearest whole.

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