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## Rounding and Comparing Decimals Kahoot

Kahoot Time!! Â My students absolutely love hearing that. Â They are usually very quick to get out their computers and log into Kahoot in record time.

If you have never used Kahoot! before, you can create them for about any topic or subject. The registration is completely free.Â Â Click here to read my blog introduction to Kahoots.Â Â Our students absolutely love them and love competing against each other.

As the school year starts to gear up, Â I thought I’d share a couple of new ones that I found Â that I thought were really great. Â Looking forward to adding some new ones for my students this year.

Rounding Decimals Â 5th Grade rounding to the nearest whole number, tenth, hundredth and thousandth. Â 10 questions that are each set for 1 minute.

Multiplication Facts – This is a great one that I like to use for a warm up (to get their brains thinking about math and to generate excitement.) Â This Kahoot has 17 questions that are all 10 seconds each, testing their multiplication facts. Â I tell them the faster they answer with the correct answer the more points they win and they are constantly competing to try and make it on the leader board. Â I will definitely use this one again this year.

Comparing Decimals – This is a good one that I would like to try. Â However, I’m going to add a few more comparing decimals problems since there are more questions about naming the place value than comparing.

If you need a quick assessment tool or would just like to play a quick game, then Kahoot just may be for you. Â All you need is a mobile device (computer, tablet, phone) and your children and/or students will love it!

If youâ€™ve never used a Kahoot before check out myÂ Kahoot Introduction.Â If you would like to see other kahoots, Â I have several with different topics that I made under menu, Kahoots Â or just click anything below..

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## See a problem?

A friend of mine was shopping at Walmart the other day and sent me this picture.  I decided it was a great picture to show my students. I tell my students daily, “check your answer- does it make sense?” “Use your estimating skills”    If your answer doesn’t make sense, then we made an error with our math – case in point this picture!

Apparently its more common than I realized. When I looked up real world math mistakes, I found a ton! There was even an article written for the Huffington Post that showed several errors.  Click here to see it.

I think I will make a slide show for my kids to see….  Might help drive home the point of always check your work and why it’s important in a very interesting way.