We have a wide range of estimation worksheets. We especially focus on the estimation of sums and time. We have numerical and visual based worksheets available.
- Estimate The Sum to the Nearest Tens - This is great exercise to get studnets in the habit of checking their work. First round the numbers, then add them.
- Estimate The Sum to the Nearest Hundreds Place - Round the numbers to the nearest hundreds place and then add the two numbers together.
- Estimate The Difference to the Nearest Tens - Carry your rounded numbers over to the right column and then complete the subtraction.
- Estimate The Difference to the Nearest Hundreds - This is a very rough estimate of the outcome of the problem.
- Estimating Sums and Differences to the Nearest Tens - This mixes both skills of working with sums and differences. This makes kids pay attention a little more.
- Estimating Sums and Differences to the Nearest Hundreds - First determine the type of operation you are working with, then round to the nearest 100s, then solve the estimated problem.
- Estimate The Sums of Tens - See how quick your students can handle these problems. The multiple choice really follows what most national tests usually go with.
- Estimate The Sums of Hundreds - Round to the second highest place and then make it go.
- Estimate The Sums of Thousands - A few of the solutions are not present, hence, choice "D" is available for you.
- Estimate The Sums of Ten-Thousands - Work with larger estimated sums.
Estimating Time Worksheets
- In a Minute - Will it take longer than a minute? This is a quick worksheet that focuses on things you can do in a minute.
- In 10 Minutes - Determine how quickly these tasks can be done; relative to 10 minutes of time.
- In 30 Minutes? - Will these tasks take more or less than 30 minutes?
- In an Hour - Can you complete these tasks under or over an hour.
- Mixed Minutes - Give a quick estimate of how much time a task will take.
- Mixed Units of Time - Let's assume that a song takes 3-4 minutes to listen to.
Estimating Weight or Mass
- Version 1 - We really mix in the different units of measure here.
- Version 2 - Determine which mass would most likely be seen by the item or object in each picture.
- Version 3
- Version 4
- Version 1 - Most of the units are metric on these sheets
- Version 2 - This is a quick sheet to help students learn to estimate weight. Decide which measure best represents each picture.
- Version 3
- Version 4