# Chart

Students use inequality symbols to compare the home town populations of three teams and round population numbers to the nearest hundreds place to determine which team has the greatest combined rounded population.

Students determine how many baseballs, bats, mitts and helmets need to be distributed to two dozen sporting goods stores in time for baseball season.

Rounding to the nearest 10, students determine how many insects are let go from glass jars.

Students determine how many packages of twelve crayon boxes the class needs for a year.

Students determine how many less apples are in a bowl than on a tray.

Students determine whether or not Mike found ten marbles.

Students determine the best combinations of students for three crab walk relay teams so that the teams are as equally matched as possible.

Students count the number of legs on three spiders and six ladybugs.