Round to the Nearest 10 - Set 1

Explanation: We "round off" numbers in order to give a simpler look so that our brains can easily visual the number.  The same rule is used "around the world".  If the 1's digit is 1 or 2 or 3 or 4, then that number is dropped.  This is called "rounding down".  If the 1's digit is 5 or 6 or 7 or 8 or 9 the 10's digit is moved up by 1 and the 1's digit is changed to a zero..  This called 'rounding up'. You may want to use a Hundreds Chart to visualize the problem.  

Examples:

Round 84               Since the 1's digit is less than 5, it is dropped.  Answer:  80

Round 28               Since the 1's digit is 5 or larger, the number is 'rounded up'.   Answer: 30

Directions: Follow the rule to round each number to the nearest 10.  Strive for accuracy and then strive to increase your speed.  Good luck and enjoy the challenge!