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Free rounding worksheets

Create worksheets for rounding whole numbers to the nearest ten, hundred, thousand, and so on, for grades 2-6. The worksheets are highly customizable. The options include choosing to round to a specific place value or mixed problems. You can choose the font size, the number of problems, and add optional instructions. Experiment with the options to customize the worksheets as you like!

Pre-made worksheets

Use these links to generate worksheets with pre-chosen options.

Round to the nearest ten, within 0-1000
Round to the nearest hundred, within 0-1000
Round to the nearest hundred, within 0-10,000
Round to the nearest thousand, within 0-1,000,000

Mixed rounding problems 1 - round to the nearest ten or hundred
Mixed rounding problems 2 - round to the nearest ten, hundred, or thousand
Mixed rounding problems 3 - as above but rounding to the underlined digit

Rounding whole numbers worksheets generator
Rounding to a fixed place value

In all problems, round to:
the nearest ten
the nearest hundred
the nearest thousand
the nearest ten thousands
the nearest 10 to the power

Push "reset" to empty all fields and selections

OR mixed rounding problems:

In all problems, round to the nearest:

ten or hundred
ten or hundred or thousand
ten or hundred or thousand or
    ten thousands
10, 100, or ... 10 to the power of

Give rounding instructions...
...with words
...by underlining the digit to round to.

Extra vertical space below the problems:  lines
Columns:   Rows:
(these determine the number of problems)

Give a range for the numbers we are rounding. If left blank, a default range is used (which should be fine for most purposes).

Min Max
Thousands/millions separator in the numbers:
,  (number written as 3,392,423)
.  (number written as 3.392.423)
(space)  (number written as 3 392 423)
(none)  (number written as 3392423)
Font:     Font Size:

Cell Padding:
Additional title & instructions  (HTML allowed):