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I have a special education student that is on the third grade level in math. I am trying to show her how to round off numbers. I have told her that if the second number is five or more to round up, and if it is less than five to round down. I have used blocks for her to make groups of tens, saying if she has 5 or more I give her the blocks, if she has less than 5 I get the blocks, then have her count the blocks. She was able to do it with the blocks, but then she couldn't do it when it came time to putting the answers on paper. Does anyone have an idea what else I can do with her? She is becoming frustrated and I don't want that to happen. Thanks!
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